New York Sash has named area contractor and entrepreneur Ed DeSanctis as new CEO effective June 1st. Mohawk Valley born-and-raised, DeSanctis has owned and operated DeSanctis Home Improvement for the past 16 years where he provided residential remodeling services. With a degree in mathematics from SUNY Albany and experience in technology, manufacturing and sales, DeSanctis…
International Women’s Day (IWD) is a global holiday celebrated annually on March 8 to commemorate the cultural, political, and socioeconomic achievements of women. It is also a focal point in the women’s rights movement, bringing attention to issues such as gender equality. New York Sash would like to give special recognition to all the women who help our home improvement company succeed and grow!
https://newyorksash.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/12/Holiday-Greeting-2021re.mp4 Warmest holiday wishes from our New York Sash family to yours! Please note we are closed on December 24th and December 25th in celebration of Christmas.
New York Sash is proud to announce the promotion of Rachel Smith to Operations Manager! Rachel has been with the New York Sash team since 2012, working her way from Reception to Administrative Assistant to Installation Coordinator and most recently, Production Manager. In her new role as Operations Manager, Rachel will coordinate elements of the…
Why us? We have four key company values to assure your peace of mind. Anyone who has picked apart their local area looking for contractors to help them improve their home, knows the struggle of taking a risk. Take it from our customers, we are a company you can trust!
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You can tell a great deal about a contractor based on their reputation within their community and with their customers.
In order to get the job done right the first time, competence is key. Any good home improvement company will have their installation crew professionally trained and up to date with the latest home improvement practices.
A solid home improvement company will not only produce great results, but will pay attention to detail, show you & treat you with respect, and will appear professional. At the end of the day the little things make a big difference!
Every reliable home improvement company should have a good track record. If you are unable to find one, there’s your first red flag.