Steve Quillian of Wood Window Makeover in Tampa, Florida believes buildings preserve the stories and legacies of the families and communities who use them, something that fuels his passion for historic preservation.
In the Window Hero Webinar below, he demystifies window restoration so more people feel empowered to get to work on their historic windows. Once you watch the webinar, we would be grateful if you could take a moment to fill out this survey. Be inspired!
Watch the Steve Quillian Window Hero Webinar:
Tools Steve says you need to restore windows yourself:
NOTE ON LEAD PAINT: To stay safe during home renovations, please refer to this excellent lead safety guide developed by the EPA.
Steve also believes in giving back. He and other preservation experts each year teach window restoration techniques to people from around the country by doing hands-on work for a local charity through his Historic Homes Workshop.
Whether you’re a contractor or homeowner, he wants you to understand it’s not expensive to get started. “I believe it’s a heck of a lot easier than people imagine,” he said. “My mission is to empower them.”
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About Indow window inserts
Indow window inserts are interior storm panels designed to increase energy efficiency and comfort while preserving historic integrity by gently pressing into existing window frames. They simply press into place without a mounting bracket using our patented silicone Compression Tube. Always custom fabricated to fit out-of-square and special geometry windows, Indow inserts are ideal for beautiful historic windows.