Historic Rehabilitation Market

In 1983, Point Five® accepted the challenge to produce wood windows with modern high performance and historic replication. The nature of this market dictated a high degree of production flexibility not required in the production of commodity windows. In essence, each project was unique in its requirements. The company, rich in resources complementary to the demands of such an environment, evolved into a custom job-shop adept at adjusting to the requirements of this market.

As its reputation for quality and flexibility grew and knowledge of the company's capabilities spread among the architectural community, Point Five began to produce historical replication projects throughout the United States. These projects included major contracts for the reproduction of historically accurate windows for:

  • The United States Department of Agriculture Building in Washington, D.C.
  • Treasury Annex building in Washington, D.C.
  • Court houses in Rhode Island, Long Island, New York City and Illinois
  • Several other projects for buildings listed in the National Registry of Historic Landmarks