School of Window Craft

No matter the level of skill one brings to the table, these courses provide a valuable way to increase knowledge and competency in historic wood window preservation.

Our Courses

window craft courses for all skill levels

Total Window Makeover

Uvalde, Texas: June 10-14
Brandon, FLorida: July 15-19

Learn the basic skillsets needed to restore all the elements of an historic wood window in five days. Course includes the Mechanical Makeover, the Sash Makeover and Frame Makeover.

Intro to Sash Making

San Antonio, Texas: August 26-30
TAMPA, FLorida: September 23-27

Learn the basic skillsets necessary to build an authentic turn of the century window sash in five days. Course includes basic mortise and tenon screen frames, offset mortise and tenon storm windows, cope and stick joinery casement sash, double hung sash and divided line sash.

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Apprenticeship Program

Long-Term Programs for Resident Artisans

This fascinating course provides an opportunity to gain the skills and knowledge necessary to professionally restore historic wood windows and create a successful career in the process. Participants learn how to identify and select appropriate materials, assess damage, repair existing fixtures, and craft new windows. Additionally, they will become familiar with regulations regarding window restoration, best practices for installation, design tips for improved energy efficiency, and business operations needed to sustain a fulfilling career in this field.

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Wood window shop with sash and jigs in the background

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