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Did you know that historical wood windows are one of the most vulnerable and “at-risk” elements of our architectural heritage? If you follow mainstream consumer trends, your first thought when considering what to do with your historic wood windows is to replace them with vinyl, and other synthetic, replacement windows since they are typically touted as “the way to go”. 

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About Danielle Keperling
Danielle has worked in the construction industry since 2001. Her duties include ordering supplies for the projects, bookkeeping, and organizing the office and job site paperwork. She is the person to go to if you need to run down a detail about a project – she knows exactly which pile the answer is in.

Before this career she worked as a cake decorator and assures us that dealing with an emotional bride is similar to helping someone through the sometimes difficult, though always rewarding, and remodeling process.

Danielle recently earned her MBA in Management from Eastern University. She is now keeping herself busy organizing the Central Pennsylvania Preservation Society monthly meetings and volunteering on the Historic Preservation Trust of Lancaster County’s marketing and publicity committee.

She enjoys the creativity and exchange of ideas that the design/build project entails. Seeing the project go through the initial meeting, design, and then building process is one of the most rewarding aspects of the job to Danielle.

Often when you call the office you will hear Danielle’s “children” in the background, a Jack Russell named Delilah, and Angelica, a Pug. After work you can find Danielle nagging Jonathan to finish projects around the house, watching reality TV, or reading.

Primer (Popup)Danielle co-authored a recently released book on historic preservation with her father Chuck. Preservation Primer, Volume 1: Avoid Common Mistakes that Cause Irreversible & Costly Damage to Your Historical Building’s Architectural Integrity is available on Amazon in both Print edition and Kindle edition.
The book was also featured in a Lancaster Newspapers Sunday News article “Pointers from Preservationists”.