This week’s featured project is a window install for a new customer in Rome, NY. Our customer decided to upgrade some of their windows to new energy efficient ones. We installed two double hung windows in the bedrooms and two double hung windows, factory mulled in the living room. All of the windows are finished in white and have contoured grids.
All of their new windows fit in seamlessly with the rest of their windows
Double hung windows are the most popular choice among homeowners due to their traditional look and easy access, making them perfect for any room in the house.
Double hung windows contain two operable sashes that move vertically in the frame and have counterbalance mechanisms that hold the sash open or closed. This makes double hung windows easy to clean because of the variety of ways that you can tilt and open them.
Double Hung Window After
Our customer decided to keep the same style window in the living room but decided to add contoured grids to the new window. Their new twin double hung windows were joined together through a process called window mulling.
Window mulling is a process in which two or more windows are joined together by their frames. New York Sash mulled windows provide strength and performance unmatched by other offerings. Built with clean lines, unparalleled strength and design flexibility our structural mulling options fit any opening and design requirement.
Before & After
All of our windows are custom ordered to the exact size you need and the style you want! With our windows you are the designer! From optional girds, colors and window styles the possibilities are endless.
If you are looking to update your windows all at once or a couple at a time we can help! All of our windows are energy efficient and meet stringent industry standards for insulation, structural strength and resistance to the elements. Our Design Consultants can work with you to find the right windows for your home.
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