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Reproduction Window Sash

G W Cernoch Works produces both reproduction and custom wood window sash for historic homes, custom building and new period reproductions. Accurate and faithful reproduction window sash is necessary for maintaining the appearance of older buildings. Established designs combine with modern technology to replicate durable wooden window sash that performs as well as original work. 

All windows produced in our shop are built with traditional joinery that has stood the test of time, taking great care to use the best methods for strength, appearance, and durability.

Related Projects


Farmhouse Windows Re-Created

Comal County

This project was to supply reproduction millwork for a late eighteen-hundreds farmhouse which had been relocated (still on the original farm) with a new living/master suite addition connected to the original structure by a new "dining hall".   Authentic construction methods and period correct details were of great concern to...


Camp Mabry Window Restoration

Austin, Travis County

These reproduction windows were built for the restoration of two structures at historic Camp Mabry, Austin, Texas, the 1917 barracks and a 1940's era hospital. Building #10, One of two barracks buildings where we built new wood windows to go in former window openings which had been infilled with brick...


Reproduction Windows on College Hall

Austin, Travis County

Anthony Louise Viaer Alumni Hall (formerly the "Old Administration Building") at Huston-Tillotson University is on the National Register of Historic Buildings.  As shown above, we built new replica windows to match the existing windows during a recent major renovation.

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The 1884 Casino Building

LaGrange, Fayette County

The Casino Building was originally constructed by a German fraternal organization as a building for socializing and as a school.  As shown above, the Casino Building shortly after construction. Through the years it was a private school, public high school, fire station, city hall, librarly, and finally a senior citizens center. 

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