The end of summer is a time when many are enjoying the outdoors and the last few warm days, but it’s important to remember to set aside time for repair projects around the house. Now is the perfect time to start preparing your house for the fall and winter months. If you don’t get them…
A customer from Lansing, NY who has purchased many products from New York Sash talks about his experience and how much he especially loves his new deck in this video testimonial.
Bob Loomis of New Hartford, NY talks about his experience with New York Sash throughout the years as new windows, siding, gutters and doors were installed on his home.
Homeowner Michelle Johnson of Copenhagen, NY shows off her New York Sash windows and talks about her experience with the company and installation.
Recently, we renovated an older bathroom in Frankfort, where we removed the old tub and replaced it with a New York Sash Acrylic Bathliner. We also added a new tile floor and vanity, which gave their bathroom a completely new look! In this video, New York Sash owner, Scot Hayes, shows us the bathroom and…
New York Sash installed an Entry Door system for the Zehr family in Lowville, NY. Chris Zehr talks about his new door in this video testimonial:
In this video testimonial, repeat customer Ann Ricca talks about her experience with New York Sash installing windows and a bathroom in her Utica home.
Joseph Pintar of New Hartford of New York Sash is a repeat customer – he has had New York Sash windows, doors, gutters and rails installed on his home in New Hartford, NY. Check out his video testimonial!
Gerald Edwards of Lowville talks about his experience with New York Sash for the installation of siding and windows to his home in Lowville, NY.
Vinyl replacement windows are one of the most popular home improvement projects. Many older homes have single-pane or uncoated double-pane windows, and while replacing your homes windows can be an expensive project, these types of windows will actually cost homeowners more money in the long run. Several studies by building associations and government agencies…