Choose New York Sash to installåÊvinyl replacement windows in your Utica, NY home.
Today’s vinyl replacement windows are manufactured with energy efficiency in mind. Whether you choose double or triple pane, you’ll find that new replacement windows keep your home warmer in the winter, cooler in the summer, and help keep your utility bills in check year round. At New York Sash, we take great pride in providing vinyl replacement windows that are perfectly suited to your Utica, NY home – increasing its value and making it not only beautiful, but an investment in your future. We offer a number of beautiful, high quality window options to meet your needs:
- Double Hung Windows: Double hung windows are the most popular choice among homeowners due to their traditional look and easy access, which makes them perfect for any room in the house. Enjoy ease of cleaning because the sashes tilt in – especially convenient for homes with more than one level.
- Bay, Bow and Picture Windows: When you choose a bay, bow or picture window from New York Sash, you can bring a beautiful outdoor view indoors, increase your home’s natural light and create the illusion of a larger room.
- Awning Windows: New York Sash awning windows use dual locks with operating hardware, which tucks away to minimize protrusion into your living space. They can be installed higher in walls than many other types of windows, which allows for natural light and ventilation, without compromising privacy.
- Slider Windows: A slider window has a more contemporary look than a double hung, which makes it popular for those living in more modern homes. New York Sash’s slider windows use a tandem roller system to easily slide the window open from side to side.
- Casement Windows: New York Sash casement windows come with either washability or egress hinge configurations. Special grids can be configured on casement windows to replicate a traditional hung window look. Casement windows open outward for light, fresh air and side breezes.
- Hopper Windows: The hopper window is basically a casement window flipped on its side, usually with one sash that projects inward, allowing for maximum ventilation. These windows are typically installed in places where there are space constraints, such as a bathroom.