Bagala Window Works has been restoring windows and doors since 1988. We understand and appreciate old windows and doors and believe they greatly contribute to the character of your home or building. We are fully insured, prompt, on budget and have an extensive list of satisfied customers. We’d love to tell you more about us. Enjoy browsing our site, and please feel free to contact us for more information or to tell us about your project. We thank you for stopping by and welcome you to visit us again.

LATEST NEWS

Restoration Project at Kittery Point

 We recently began restoration of the windows on the First Congregational Church of Kittery Point.  Established in 1714, it is the oldest parish in Maine still in continuous use.  One of the window sashes in this church is the oldest sash that Bagala Window Works has restored  in our 26-year history.

New Project – The Portland Observatory

The Portland Observatory built in 1807 is the last remaining maritime signal tower in the United States.  It is listed as a National Historic Landmark and on the National Register of Historic Places.  BWW is very happy to be involved in this window reproduction project.

BWW receives Honor Award from Maine Preservation

Maine Preservation announced its selection of 2012 honorees for outstanding preservation work in the state throughout 2012, and we were selected among the many talented preservation professionals.  Our work on the windows of the Morrill N. Drew House in the west end of Portland was highlighted as outstanding.  The house is an original John Calvin Stevens design and the only residential property to be nominated this year.

Go here to learn more about Maine Preservation and the Honor Award recipients.

 

Greater Portland Landmarks announces ‘Places in Peril’

Greater Portland Landmarks launched 2012  ‘Places in Peril’, a new program designed to bring attention to historically significant properties in Southern Maine that are endangered.  GPL is seeking to raise community awareness that these “places in peril” could be lost without action to preserve them.  Marc Bagala was pleased to serve as a consultant on the selection committee for this new program.

 

The Steam Stripper on This Old House

The Steam StripperOur colleague, Alison Hardy, and her window restoration team at Window Woman of New England are featured on this season of This Old House. Episode 6 includes an excellent view of what window restoration really looks like in the shop. Making an appearance with Alison’s team? The Steam Steam Stripper!

Watch it here.