Established in 1994, Bear Wood Windows has cemented itself as a leader in historical, commercial window and door renovations. Bear is one of a small handful of companies that both restore and replicate historical windows. Even within this niche, Bear is at the forefront of its industry, having worked on buildings such as the Starbucks Reserve Roastery and King Street Station. Rooted in Tacoma, WA, Bear’s projects can be found abundantly within the Pacific Northwest and as far East as Yellowstone National Park, WY.
Restore & recreate historic wood windows in matching details and wood species in various style of windows such as double or single hungs, casements, fixed, awnings, hoppers, and pivots, etc.
Restore & replicate & custom design/build all or single components of the historic storefronts to either to preserve as is or to bring it up to code with modern technology.
What We Do
Restore & recreate historic/custom wood doors to be period correct in all stile & rail doors including arched, standard & non-standard sizes, thickness, and in various wood species.
We strive to restore windows that express the vision of their initial creation. Quality and responsibility are the most pertinent qualities that we hold. Our loyalty to these standards makes Bear Wood Windows an exemplar of excellence and trustworthiness. Not only do we restore historical architecture, but also contribute to forest restoration efforts.
For example, Bear Wood Windows has been partnered with the National Forest Foundation to replenish trees and rebuild habitats. Our contribution to the NFF has accounted for thousands of trees planted. The commitment to conservation is largely integrated into our business standards and culture.