Does anyone know where I should go or who I should contact to sell the wavy glass from my windows? I know, I know. I'm crazy for getting rid of it. But the sad fact is that we can not afford the heating bills that result largely from the drafts from the windows. We just had an energy test done today, and although I have no idea what this means, he said that our house was at 1000, whereas most new houses are at 100. Okay, so I was not surprised to find out that our house is extremely drafty. Also, the wood sashes are loaded with lead (the most lead in our house that the inspector had even seen), although they didn't give us too much trouble because they are all painted shut, so lead dust hasn't been much of an issue. However, that also means that we run the air half the year (also expensive), because there is no way to get fresh air into the house. So....they must be replaced, and we can not afford to replace with custom wood, using the old glass. Fortunately, there is a "get the lead out" program in our city that offers 0% loans to complete lead abatement. So vinyl it is. I would hate for all of that history to go to the landfill, and frankly, I would really love to use that glass to fund one of the other 856 projects that need to be completed in our house. But I have no idea where to look. I can't sell the whole windows, as the lead program specifies that the wood must be disposed of. But I asked if I could cut the glass out before abatement begins, and they couldn't see why not. Ah, the wood was in questionable shape anyway. But I will have about 30 panels of wavy glass from 1890, the largest of which is 56"x40". I know that there is a market for the stuff, but how do I tap into it? Anyone know? Also, does anyone know what would be a reasonable price for this glass?