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Sometimes, your old home literally falls apart but the last thing you want to do is to redesign and rebuild it. To you, having an antique house satisfies you more than anything else. When your walls cracked, windows shatter and furniture becomes no longer usable, you have to start looking around for all these antique materials. Antique house replacement windows are not easily available but there are noticeably a few companies who specialize in such stuff for people like you.

The criteria that goes into making antique house replacement windows is very complicated. When you look at a window, all you see may be the frame and glass. However, there is much more to this. Minute details such as the lock or casement fastener, the type of glass, prints and designs on the glass, material for the frame and the sash all count. Every one of these details have to be made as antique as possible to give it the right feel.

The material used for antique house replacement windows is no longer your commonly seen vinyl or aluminum already. Rather, iron, steel or wood were the trend of yesteryear. Even marble or stone would be suitable for your antique home. If all these are very difficult to find, you may have to settle for wood. Wood may not give that ancient effect on the place but it does look traditional enough.

The lock cannot be your modern simple design key-lock. The more complicated it looks, the better it will suit you. Black or bronze colour were once very popular then so you may like to settle for colours of around this tone too. For the windows, clear glass is definitely a no-no. Instead, go for heavily tinted coloured glass with prints on it. Also, the glass should preferably be an arch shape with muntins.  

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