GW Cernoch Works
Family Owned | One-of-a-Kind
from Start to Finish
Made to Order from Board to Door
Your Idea + Our Raw Lumber = Finished One-of-a-Kind Piece
G. W. Cernoch Works is a family owned and operated business since 1983. We specialize in producing one-of-a-kind, custom wood windows, window sash, interior and exterior doors and exterior traditional wood blinds. We build for both new construction as well as reproduction work requiring period authentic millwork to maintain the historic or architectural integrity of a structure. The range is from a simple single-light sash to windows and doors for a complete home or building. In addition, we can produce any incidental custom millwork you may need for your restoration, renovation, or new construction project.
COMPLETE TOOLING FOR CUSTOM & HISTORIC WOODWORK
While many projects may require only generic period profiles and details we have complete profile grinding equipment to produce custom cope-and-stick profiles and molding profiles in house. We have an extensive library of door, window, and molding profiles available and have resources for custom tooling that may be required to produce or reproduce your project. Through constant analysis of period construction details, close examination of construction methods and awareness of the history of both hand and machine woodworking, we strive to produce products that are as authentic as possible.
OUR HISTORIC PRESERVATION PORTFOLIO
Although some of our output goes into new construction, a large portion of our work is providing replacement window sash, windows, screens, and doors for older structures and for historic preservation projects. Recent projects include:
The 1925 Simon Theater in Brenham, Texas (reproduction commercial transoms, storefront, exterior doors).
A 1917 vintage barracks and 1940 era base hospital at Camp Mabry, Austin, Texas (reproduction windows and doors).
The Nimitz Museum, Fredricksburg, Texas (window sash).
1930’s era dormitories at the University of Texas, Austin (reproduction casement sash).
The original administration building of Huston-Tillotson College, Austin, Texas (reproduction wood windows).
The pre-1900 Sealy Mansion, Galveston, Texas (exterior louver shutters).
The pre-1900 George M. Murrell Home Site, Telequa, Oklahoma (exterior louver shutters).
The original ranch house of William “Buffalo Bill” Cody at Cody, Wyoming (window sash).