Window Replacement For Historic Homes in Los Angeles
If you own a historic home or building in Los Angeles and are considering window replacement, you’ve come to the right place. At Fusion, we are very familiar with the opportunities available when working with historic buildings.
If your home is a contributing structure in a designated Historic Preservation Overlay Zone (HPOZ) or a historic cultural monument, The City of Los Angeles can help you rehabilitate, restore, and maintain your building with a financial incentive. (See a list of all HPOZ zones below). Thanks to The Mills Act Historical Property Contract Program, historical building homeowners are able to receive a potential property tax reduction, allowing them to put that extra money towards the renovations and repairs that the property needs. The Mills Act has been assisting qualified historic property owners with tax relief since 1996, benefiting nearly 900 properties in the City of Los Angeles.
Owners of income-producing properties that are listed in or eligible for the National Register of Historic Places may take advantage of a 20% Federal tax credit. The credit is 20% of the amount spent on qualifying historic rehab expenditures.
You can learn more about these incentive and others along with additional historic resources at preservation.lacity.org
At Fusion, we understand that your historic home or building captures a timeless moment in history. When it comes to replacing exterior and interior elements, the experts at Fusion are extremely knowledgeable and are ready to help you every step of the way. Preserve your historic property’s original charm while reaping the rewards that The Mills Act and other incentives offer to qualified owners. Fusion has been installing and replacing windows and doors for over 15 years and can guide you through the industry’s finest products and customized options to match your preferred style.
Los Angeles’ Historic Preservation Overlay Zones are:
Country Club Park
Gregory Ain Mar Vista Tract
Miracle Mile North
West Adams Terrace
27th & 28th Street (Proposed)