Lighthouse Restoration Initiative Nominations

trio-umpqua.jpg Since 2005, Jeld-Wen has been supplying the windows and doors of historic Lighthouses in need at no cost. The “JELD-WEN Reliable Lighthouse Restoration Initiative” invites all Lighthouse enthusiasts and operators, architects and anyone that supports historic preservation to nominate a lighthouse for new windows and doors at www.jeld-wen.com/lighthouse before midnight Pacific Time on May 18, 2008.

“Lighthouses can be nominated by visiting www.jeld-wen.com/lighthouse and completing a simple questionnaire. Though the public is only required to complete a few of the fields, it is crucial that those of you who own, operate or manage a lighthouse respond to all the questions.” – Bob Trapani, Jr., Executive Director American Lighthouse Foundation

The Lighthouse finalists will be posted for public voting at www.jeld-wen.com/lighthouse.
Please consider nominating a Lighthouse before the May 18, 2008 deadline and voting for a Lighthouse to win new windows and doors.

Photo Credit: JELD-WEN Windows & Doors – Umpqua River Lighthouse, located on Oregon’s southern coastline, was the first Lighthouse to receive JELD-WEN Windows & Doors in 2005.

Last year, Thomas Point Shoal Lighthouse, located on Chesapeake Bay near

Annapolis, Md., and Wind Point Lighthouse, located on Lake Michigan near Racine, Wisconsin were renovated with new windows & doors. Both Lighthouses received over 20,000 votes and JELD-WEN couldn’t decide between the two!

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About Debbie Dolphin

Lighthouse author and photographer living in New England

Posted on April 17, 2008, in Bob Trapani, Preservation News and tagged , . Bookmark the permalink. 15 Comments.

  1. Hi John,

    Voting for scenic Pemaquid Point Lighthouse is a great selection for new windows and doors.

  2. JOHN LORENTSEN 11

    PEMAQUID LIGHTHOUSE HAS MY VOTE ALL THE WAY. I HAVE VISITED IT A HALF DOZEN TIMES AND WILL AGAIN NEXT TIME I AM DOWNEAST AGAIN.

  3. Hi Debo,

    New London Harbor Light is a excellent nomination!
    We will be checking for the Lighthouse finalists starting about one week after May 18 deadline.

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  4. Okay, I just nominated the New London Harbor Light.
    I hope it makes it to the finals and then some:)

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  7. Hi faizal,

    Thanks for dropping by,

    Have a great weekend!

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  8. Hi there, just dropping by to say Hello,

    I found your blog from the Big Bang Master List.

    Have a nice day.

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  9. Hi Debo,

    In Texas, Halfmoon Reef Light (at Port Lavaca) may need new windows and doors.

    In Connecticut, the following Lighthouses need restoration work:
    New London Harbor Light, and Five Mile Point Light, recent post: Five Mile Point Light at Lighthouse Point Park.

    P.S. Private Lighthouses and Coast Guard Lighthouses may not be eligible for the Jeld-Wen program.

  10. I would love to nominate one, can you suggest a couple for me to chose from.

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