NEW YORK SASH FEATURES ALL PRODUCTS!
As our featured project this week, New York Sash finished a complete home remodel for customers in Clinton! Our customers needed windows, siding & gutters and were able to find all three products listed on our website. They ended up replacing their old doublehungs and picture window on the front of their home and updating their old larger scale clapboard siding. While we were able to replace their windows & siding with New York Sash brand products, we also accented their home with a few shutters in classic blue and updated their faulty gutters!
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This week as our featured project, we completed a window job for customers in Barneveld. Over the years their original windows had lost their seal and energy efficiency. We were able to update their windows without changing the look of their home. We can match almost any window style to your original windows!
This week, we made a visit to one of our past customers in Holland Patent, NY. She completed some of her windows and gutters with us over the years and wanted to finish up her home with 2 beautiful picture windows! These windows will not only compliment her home, but let more organic light in!
This week, we installed a beautiful bay window to accent our customers home. Bay windows don’t always have to be large windows and because our customers were dealing with a smaller opening, we were able to custom make their window to fit.
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Hear it from a customer: “New York Sash windows were worth the investment.” – Charles Haggerty of Herkimer, NY
This customer in Sherrill, NY had two large front windows that needed replacement. The old windows were very unique in design, and the customer wanted to maintain certain elements and features of the old look. Our Design Consultant Bob Lopiccolo introduced the Oriel Window – A hung window where the top and bottom sash are…
A tour of the New York Sash Idea & Design Center with owner Scot Hayes, as he describes the features and differences of window styles.