I remodeled an 1878 creamy brick farm house. I researched period window lifts from companies A through Z. I chose this lift for three reasons: 1: The size of 1.5" wide X 1" high was the perfect size. Most lifts from other companies were 2" or more wide which is not proportional to most old sash windows. 2: The lift design and bronze material gave my dining and parlor rooms the touch of elegance I was looking for. 3: The cost was a great buy.
My wife and I are building a 1930s craftsman style house, with transom Windows over all the the main doors and interior openings. The transom locks and Chains purchased from Historic House Parts look awesome and period correct . Customer service couldn't have been better!! Great job.
We are renovating our house in Redondo Beach, a 100 year old beach bungalow that was stuccoed. We re-faced the exterior to shingles (previously clapboard) and we are keeping the plastered walls and putting your hinges on all of the interior doors. Thanks!
So glad to learn about these awesome little tools to help save
my walls in my 100 year old house! My large framed art hangs
solidly on my walls without dinging them up or leaving nasty
holes. What's more, it beats pounding several holes in the walls,
should I change my mind about where I want things hung.
This dresser was one step away from the dumpster. I found it at
a 2nd hand store for $10. After doing a little research, I found
this to be salvageable and I was happy to find your website.
Your service was fast and great. The pieces matched perfectly.
I mistakenly ordered the brushed nickel hinges and called the
company right after ordering to change it to the polished nickel
hinges. They were awesome in correcting my order and I am
thrilled with the quality! I am very impressed and will use them
again. So happy I was able to match the hinges I already had for