New York Sash vinyl replacement windows exceed Energy Star requirements. They are easy to operate and maintain and are available in a variety of styles & different design options. Our installation manager & design consultant Jeff Reilly is trained in demonstrating some of our most popular windows! Check out tips and ways to operate and service New York Sash windows.
Cedar wood siding isn’t what it used to be, even from as recent as 25 years ago. A home sided with natural cedar shingles may look beautiful, but today’s wood siding is new growth and is much less durable than previous years.
Self-quarantining? Don’t stress it, we have list of cool ideas to keep extroverts, introverts and even ambiverts busy. These home improvement projects are the perfect opportunity for some DIY fun while staying safe and staying inside.
Take advantage of your savings this winter before they’re gone! Save with the biggest window sale we offer all year! Learn more.
New York Sash windows are designed to seal against air leakage & prevent heat loss so you feel immediate results in the comfort of your home & also in energy savings. Our windows have a very low U-factor & the lower the U-factor, the lower your energy cost!
New York Sash replacement windows can adapt to fit the style of your home, no matter how modern or traditional. If you want red sashes with a gray frame, we can do that. If you want simulated divided lights, brick mold casing and crown moulding, we can do that.
What makes a house a home? And what makes that home a happy one? Despite the fact that most of us spend more time in our homes than anywhere else, the impact our homes have on our happiness has been relatively unexplored. Until now.
Referred by one of our past customers, Evelyn VanNederynen came to New York Sash in need a of a full Bath Remodel. She needed her her floors, tub, and toilet ripped out for us to start with a blank canvas. Evelyn was having accessibility issues with her old bath so we helped her decide on a stand up shower with a corner seating & a grab bar for easier access.
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!