A Grand Project With 1000 Attractive Windows
72-17 34th Ave.
Jackson Heights, NY 11372
Known as Windsor, this prewar brick co-op was built in 1020 and has 105 units on six floors.
WindowFix successfully undertook this massive window replacement project, encompassing 1,000 units in a full-building overhaul of the grand old gem.
For this ambitious endeavor, they opted for aluminum windows sourced from Universal Windows of Marlborough, MA, renowned for their exceptional quality and durability.
Executing a project of this scale required extensive cooperation and coordination with various stakeholders, including Board members, building staff, and individual unit owners.
Despite the complexities involved, the team’s collaborative approach and the flexibility of all parties involved made the process almost seamless.
This allowed WindowFix to establish an on-site, full-time work stage, enabling multiple crews to efficiently complete several units per day.
One of the standout achievements of this project was WindowFix’s commitment to providing a uniform replacement for all windows, achieving a consistent and cohesive appearance throughout the building.
To achieve this, the team utilized custom exterior panning, ensuring a perfect fit and a polished finish.
The result was a building that shone brightly, standing out amidst its neighborhood of architectural gems.
Throughout the project, WindowFix’s dedication to excellence was evident, from the selection of top-notch aluminum windows from Universal Windows to the meticulous planning and execution of the installation process.
The team’s expertise in handling large-scale projects and their ability to navigate complex logistics showcased their proficiency in delivering outstanding results.
Coordinating such a massive window replacement project demanded a comprehensive understanding of the building’s unique requirements and the varying preferences of individual unit owners.
WindowFix’s attention to detail and personalized approach allowed them to address each unit’s needs while maintaining a uniform appearance across the building.
Creating an on-site, full-time work stage was a strategic move that optimized efficiency and minimized disruption for all stakeholders.
By leveraging multiple crews, WindowFix ensured the project progressed swiftly, significantly reducing the time required to complete the window replacement for all 1,000 units.
WindowFix’s commitment to delivering a uniform and aesthetically pleasing exterior was a crucial aspect of this project’s success.
Custom exterior panning allowed them to achieve a seamless integration of the new windows with the building’s architecture, enhancing its overall curb appeal and complementing the neighborhood’s charming aesthetic.
The revitalized appearance of the building stood as a testament to WindowFix’s expertise and dedication to craftsmanship.
Through meticulous planning, superior materials, and skilled installation, they elevated the building’s visual appeal and reinvigorated its status as a standout gem in the neighborhood.
WindowFix’s completion of the 1,000-unit window replacement project exemplifies their proficiency in handling large-scale endeavors with finesse and precision.
By collaborating closely with all parties, they ensured a smooth and cooperative process.
The use of aluminum windows from Universal Windows showcased their commitment to quality and durability.
The establishment of an on-site work stage with multiple crews further optimized efficiency and accelerated the project’s completion.
Ultimately, WindowFix’s custom exterior panning provided a uniform and polished finish, transforming the building into a shining gem among its architectural neighbors.