Re-View has a proven track record restoring and replicating historically accurate windows of all types. We work with governments, businesses, cultural institutions, and individuals to preserve and improve windows on historically significant structures.
A stained glass window being guided into place by workers, and a closeup detail view of the top panel.

Trusted by Government

From state capitols to federal courts to county courthouses, Re-View is trusted by governments across the country. Our track record on restoring windows in high-profile civic, state, and federal buildings is unmatched.

State Capitols
The front of the Saline County Courthouse.

Saline County Courthouse

The historic Saline County Courthouse in Salina, Kansas was constructed in 1910-1911 and served as the County Seat until 1969. The Classic Revival style building

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Exterior view of the Arkansas State Capitol after restoration.

Arkansas State Capitol

Designed by architects George Mann and Cass Gilbert, the Arkansas State Capitol was constructed between 1899 and 1915 on the site of the old state penitentiary using

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Preserving Culture

Historic buildings and national landmarks are some of our most important projects. Re-View takes pride in preserving history and culture through superior craftsmanship.

Historic Buildings
The outside wall of the barracks at Fort Snelling in St. Paul, Minnesota.

Fort Snelling

Historic Fort Snelling is Minnesota’s first National Historic Landmark and it is located on Dakota homeland. Re-View restored the historic wood windows at the 1904

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Unparalleled window restoration Experience

Re-View has decades of experience restoring windows in private, commercial, cultural, and governmental buildings. Our expertise and experience is unmatched.

Years of Experience