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New Casement Windows A Perfect Fit for State College Brick Home


Project Scope

  • Type: Home/Residence
  • Industry: Retail
  • Location: State College, PA
  • Area of Structure Involved: Front of home
  • Window Materials Used: Wood casement windows

st college home gets new wood casement windows

inside image of st college home with new wood windows

The homeowner of this St. College, Pennsylvania, home needed to replace the windows in the front of their home due to energy efficiency issues with their old windows. They were worried about replacing their windows because they didn't want to sacrifice the natural light in their home.

We installed wood casement windows for this project. The new windows have increased the overall energy efficiency of the home and match the brick home perfectly.

The homeowners are very pleased with new windows and didn't have to sacrifice the natural light being let into the home. 

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About The Author

David DeSimone is the Retail Segment Manager of the Gunton Corporation's Pittsburgh region. He has been with Gunton for over 35 years serving various different roles, including over 15 years leading our retail segment. David's greatest strengths are customer satisfaction, drive, and leadership. When David is not a work, he enjoys fishing, Judo, and spending time with his family.  He and his wife along with their two children were born and reside in Pittsburgh, PA.

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