Historic wood windows were designed to be repaired...not replaced.
Our mission is to sustainably restoring and reproducing wood windows to their original beauty and functionality. We use Accoya wood in all of our reproduction, it’s strong and lasts longer than today’s windows from most big box stores.
We care a whole lot about the environment, it’s important to everyone, to you and to us. We pay attention to products and tools we use in our work. Rescuing wood windows is a big part of rescuing our environment, it’s less waste to fill up the landfills, less toxic waste used, less natural resources used, and less money for you in the long run.
Let’s repair instead of replace your wood windows. Bring them back to their original beauty and functionality.
OUR STORY began in 1997 when Dennis Myers founded Wewoka Window Works. Fast-forward to 2016, when Ty McBride, who was mentored by Dennis, purchased Wewoka Window Works and began building a team to take on the demand of window restoration. After rapid growth in projects, Morgan Reinart was brought on to manage the team in an efficient manner.
We are constantly researching to find the most sustainable and cost-effective preservation methods.
We have completed several projects listed on the National List of Historic Places and we are committed to preserving the history in every home.