Featured Project: Whole House Remodel in Rome

This week, New York Sash made a trip out to Rome for a full house remodel as our featured project! Our customers Christopher & Mary Sales were planning on re-siding their home, replacing their windows and replacing their doors. They were able to go online and find a ton of information about our company and that we offered a complete line of siding, window and door products! Our installation process was accurate and easy and our customers could not be happier.

Featured Project: Custom Double Hungs in Whitesboro

This week’s featured project is for set of custom double hung windows for our customers John & Sandra Dempsey in Whitesboro. The homeowners were looking to redo most of their windows, but had a special request to have their window coil match the shutters on the outside of their home. They ended up having their windows in musket brown and they couldn’t have turned out better!

Handshake.City

New York Sash is proud to support creative community initiatives, especially those that our team members are involved in. Handshake.City is a project by our Director of Marketing, Katie Reilly. THE BACKYARD OF DOWNTOWN UTICA Handshake.City container park is a collaboration of green space, art gallery, urban marketplace and event venue. With three renovated shipping…

Featured Project: Kitchen Sink Slider in Utica

This week’s featured project is a kitchen window for Robert Sacco in Utica. Mr. Sacco is a repeat customer, having recently completed a tub-to-shower conversion in his bathroom by New York Sash. When he was looking for a solution to replace the window over his sink, Mr. Sacco’s Design Consultant Mike suggested a New York Sash two lite slider window.

DIY Eco Friendly Window Cleaner

Eco-friendly Window Cleaner It’s time to throw away that rotten smelling chemical mixture you use to clean your windows! We have an Eco-friendly solution to a better window cleaner that you can DIY! Did you know that the first window cleaner was invented in 1933? Talk about outdated! The product contained highly flammable solvents and…