Since 1983, Brooklyn Roofing & Concrete Inc. has been serving consumers and businesses throughout Brooklyn, NY. We specialize in complete window replacement and window installation services.
You’ll be satisfied to know that we only use high quality windows for your home or business. Our experts are available to determine exactly what type of window you maybe in need of. We also custom fabricate windows to fit inside your residence or commercial property. No matter the type we can replace any type of window you have on premises.
Types of Windows We Service
Wood: This is a very common choice in homes and a true classic. It’s nice to use because you can paint it any color you like.
Vinyl: Our patented swing-in vinyl replacement windows are fast and easy to clean from the comfort of your home.
Aluminum: These are known for being durable and strong enough in defense against the elements.
Single Hung: We can set you up with type in a variety of styles. Single-Hung is very traditional and the window can be raised from the bottom for ventilation to the outside.
Double-Hung: Our double hung windows feature a patented swing-in design that enables you to clean your windows at eye level without supporting the weight of the sash or even moving any curtains, draperies, or furniture. Just swing out, clean, sing in, and you’re done. It’s that easy!
Bay-Bow: This is a window that actually protrudes away from your house or building. It’s commonly seen as the living room window.
Casement: This type of window can be opened with a small lever. While you twist it around, the window opens for ventilation.
Awning: Awning windows are pushed out from the bottom for access to air.
Slider: Our energy efficient vinyl slider windows are easy to operate and clean. Simply release the clips, pivot the sash, wipe clean both sides, and you’re done.
Arched: Just like the name says, these types of windows are in the shape of an arch and make a beautiful, contemporary accent for your home.
Picture: Our vinyl picture windows feature a one-of-a-kind design. There’s no more getting out the ladder or stretching and straining to clean. All you have to do is pivot the window inside to be able to clean the outer surface of the glass. Energy Swing picture windows offer a distinct advantage over traditional picture windows, especially in high bay or bow openings. Most older, traditional fixed picture windows are cleaned from the outside only.
Hopper: All you have to do is tilt and turn a hopper window to let in air and light.
Round Top: These are similar to arched windows in that the top is curved. They make for great style and carry the same benefits as other windows.
Soundproof: Perfect for eliminating noise problems especially in Brooklyn, soundproof windows will keep all of the exterior noise out so you can avoid distractions.
Dormer: This is simply a window of your choice built into a dormer.
Types of Glass
Low E-Glass: This glass uses an atom’s thick silver coating on the inside of the glass and works like a heat reflecting mirror, bouncing heat back toward the direction it came from. In the hot summer months, Low-E reflects heat back to the outside of your home, keeping your house cooler. During long, cold winters, Low-E reflects back toward the inside of your home, keeping you and your family warmer. Low-E coatings also protect your home’s interior from sun damage. It drastically reduces the fading of any carpet, wood, furniture, and drapes. All Energy Swing Windows have Low-E coatings.
Tempered Glass: This is also heard of as “safety glass.” The reason for this is that if broken, it will break into chunks instead of shards of glass. This significantly reduces the chances of serious injury. It’s best installed within areas that have very frequent, close contact with people.
Keep-Safe Glass: This type of glass is designed to prevent unwanted intrusions from burglars and for the maximum in security. Just to give you an idea of it’s strength, it can withstand damage from hurricanes and steel rods.
High Performance Insulated Glass: These units replace the air space between the two panes of glass with a lower conductivity gas, such as argon. This helps to reduce the transfer of heat because argon is denser than oxygen and slows the conductivity of hot and cold air. Ultimately, this feature helps lower the cost of your energy bills each month.