Sash & Solder is new to Portsmouth but, by no means new to the business. In early 2015, Tom Driscoll relaunched his personal restoration business after spending 15 years restoring windows in the Boston area and across New England.
Early on, he spent five years at Serpentino Stained Glass, a studio in Needham, MA with an international reputation for excellence in historical restorations. In this environment, he developed rigor and discipline in his skills which afforded him the opportunity to work on projects such as the restoration of windows from Temple Emanuel in Manhattan, the Culinary Institute of America in Poughkeepsie, ________ Chapel at Princeton University in Princeton, NJ, and the ________ chapel at Boston College.
From there, his passion for restoration naturally expanded. Alongside his stained glass work, he began taking on projects that involved restoring and weatherproofing old windows.
For customer testimonials and a full understanding of his practice, check out our Wood Window and Stained Glass pages.