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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Why Window Replacement is Better than Window Repairs

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On average, windows have a lifespan of about 20-30 years.  As they age, they fall behind in sound attenuation, energy standards, and face decay from everyday wear and tear.  Unfortunately, this means that every 20-30 years you are faced with the same daunting question- Should I repair or…

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Our Lead Estimator and Project Coordinator Visit Marvin’s Factory in Warroad

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Our Head Estimator Sorivel Peralta and Project Coordinator Sue Cho jetted off to Minneapolis and Minnesota last month as they took part in Super Enterprises Architectural Factory Trip to Marvin Windows and Doors Headquarters. The four day event kicked off with a four hour AIA credited walking tour around Minneapolis where the team got…

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A Conversation with John Rusk of Rusk Renovations

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Follow us throughout our 12 part series as we sit down with the top Architects and General Contractors in New York City to discuss their impressive career journeys. This month we met with John Rusk, President and Founder of Rusk Renovations. Along with partner Mary Kocy, Rusk operates Rusk…

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BEHIND THE SCENES OF OUR 2018 AIA WALKING TOUR THROUGH TRIBECA AND SOHO!

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Last Thursday, June 14th, Adler Windows hosted our second annual AIA Walking, co-hosted by Marvin Windows and Doors. On a lovely warm NYC Summer afternoon, twenty-five of us set out to see the beautiful and notable hidden architectural history in the landmark districts of Soho and TriBeCa. The…

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At A Glance: Upcoming Projects

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10 Nevins Street Adler Window is excited to join Dayna Cebus Construction and CANY Architecture + Engineering, as the window contractor at 10 Nevins Street, downtown Brooklyn’s newest ground-up condominium project.  Our team will install almost 500 aluminium windows by Peerless Architectural Windows and Doors throughout the buildings 183 apartments. 55…

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