NAWIC’s NY Chapter President Talks To Adler Windows About Women in Construction Week

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The construction industry is typically thought of as a male-dominated industry with less than 10% consisting of women. The National Association of Women in Construction, also known as NAWIC, wants to see this change. Doreen Bartoldus, NAWIC’s National Treasurer, and NY Chapter President, tells us how they are empowering and supporting women within the industry today. Doreen…

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Adler Windows discuss role on new project The Brooklyn Grove

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Our Director of Business Development, Hugo Ramirez, met with The Brooklyn Grove to discuss our role on Brooklyn’s hottest real estate project of 2019. Check out Hugo’s Interview to learn about the design process and the exciting elements of our energy-efficient European inspired windows.

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Different Types of LPC Permits

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When the Landmark Preservation Commission (LPC) landmarks a building, permits are needed before starting renovations such as a window replacement.  There are four different permit types you can obtain: a Certificate of No Effect, a Permit for Minor Work, a Certificate of Appropriateness, and Master Plans and Authorizations…

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2018: A Year In Review

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The New Year is often thought of as an opportunity for a fresh start and a new beginning. At Adler Windows, the New Year is also a great opportunity for everyone to reflect on their big moments and accomplishments from the year and set appropriate goals for the…

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Everything You Need to Know About Fire Rated Windows

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Before a window can be labeled “fire rated”, they must first go through a series of strenuous testing to prove that they are able to hold in extreme temperatures.  The first test is a heat test, where the windows are exposed to 1600 degree Fahrenheit for 20-90 minutes….

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Pix 11 Design Recipes: A Window On Manhattan With Adler Windows

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Check out Ross Adler on Pix 11’s Design Recipes as he meets with real estate expert Judy Sahagian to discuss the history of Adler Windows and takes you inside one of our recent projects, which also happens to be one of NYC’s most exquisite landmark renovations!

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An Architectural Walking Tour Of Brooklyn’s Historic Waterfront

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The Brooklyn Skyline Empire Stores Empire Stores Front Facade 1 Main Street Brooklyn Bridge Park Brooklyn Heights Promenade In mid October, we had the pleasure of hosting our third AIA walking tour.  After having such great success from our previous two walking tours in Soho/Tribeca and FiDi, we…

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Window Safety: Top Tips

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Even though temperatures are beginning to drop in NYC,  we often find ourselves opening our windows to let in that (somewhat) fresh New York City air. However, we must remember that an open window is an open invitation for an accident to occur. Even with the best supervision, kids are curious…

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What is the LPC?

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  The Landmark Preservation Commission, better known as the LPC, is in charge of administering the city’s Landmarks Preservation Law (Title 63).  Created in 1965 following the destruction of Penn Station, they work to preserve aesthetically and historically important buildings, structures, and other objects that make up the New…

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