Window Safety Week: Adler Windows Top Tips

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It’s been a long time coming but after a lengthy winter and numerous Nor’easters, temperatures are finally on the rise in New York City. While we are all eager to open our windows and let the fresh spring air in, we must remember that an open window is an open…

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PROJECT UPDATE: 630 9TH AVENUE

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630 9th Avenue, New York, NY 10036 In Progress Window Manufacturer: Optimum Window Developer: Newmark Grubb Knight Frank Architect: Shawmut Design and Construction Adler Windows is currently installing 150 windows by Optimum Window throughout New York City’s historical Film Center. The product mix includes (105) double hung fire-rated…

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The Importance Of Energy Codes And The Code Adoption Process

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By Marty Biskup, AGC Glass – Guest Contributor The topic of Energy Codes has a far-reaching impact on individuals, businesses, and governments. Beyond the obvious of saving money, reduced spending on energy allows capital to be used for purchasing goods and services which ultimately better the economy. Most importantly, the…

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Help The 60,000 Homeless People In NYC This Fall By Donating Your Old Coats

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There are currently more than 60,000 homeless people in New York City, including 15,000 families with more than 24,000 children. These figures are constantly on the rise. Since 2006, the number of homeless people sleeping amongst the City’s municipal shelters has risen by a shocking 85 percent. As temperatures…

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Project Spotlight – Hell’s Kitchens Luxury Apartments

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*Project Spotlight*   The Adler Windows team are off to a successful start at Hell’s Kitchens new luxury apartments, located at 520 W 45th Street.   The former public schoolhouse that dates back to the early-20th century, will feature custom lighting (handcrafted in New York City), bespoke cabinetry…

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Underground Garden: “The Lowline” Gets Government Approval

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The new underground Highline, mimically entitled The Lowline, has officially received government approval. A former overhead railway crossing in the Lower East Side, is set to undergo a major transformation into a dynamic cultural space that will highlight the historic elements of a former trolley terminal. The site was originally opened…

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Project Spotlight: Renovation of Bushwick Office Conversion Gets Underway

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The   Adler Windows    installation crew  were delighted  to  finally  begin working on   the renovation of “The Jefferson” earlier this month. Located in the East Williamsburg- Bushwick  area,  Lincoln   Property  Company    purchased    this   125,000  SF  vacant  factory   for   $46  million  last  September.      …

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Windows, Noise & New York City

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New York City, famously known as the city that never sleeps by its 50 million tourists a year, notoriously known as the city that never sleeps by its 8 million residents. There are 143,000 noise complaints logged every year in NYC, break this down to 1 complaint every…

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The Importance of a Great Window Replacement Company in New York

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Sadly, windows don’t last forever and because of this, many business owners are finding that their windows need repairs over time. Since business and industrial windows are often different than a residential setting, business owners are highly advised that they find an experienced window repair company in order…

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