What is The Best Window Company on Long Island?

first_imgSign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest coronavirus news throughout New York A draft sneaking in from antiquated windows is a regular occurrence for owners of older homes, but for one local homeowner, Jim Ferraro, enough was enough.With the help of Window World of Long Island, Ferraro has replaced eight windows so far — and he plans on doing more.“The quality is second to none,” he says. “Top-notch windows. The difference was night and day regarding loss of cold and heat from the original windows they replaced.”Whether it’s helping out homeowners like Ferraro with drafty windows to save on their utility bills or remodeling the entire exterior of a house, Window World has decades of experience in the industry. The numerous awards they have received for superior products and service is a testament to their craftsmanship.“We’re proud to earn the Good Housekeeping Seal for the tenth consecutive year,” said Mark Bumgarner, vice president of franchise relations for Window World. “The seal remains a powerful indicator for our customers that we are dedicated to understanding and exceeding their needs as homeowners.”The seal, developed by one of the foremost consumer product laboratories in the country, is a testament to Window World’s commitment to quality products. They are currently one of two window companies that carry this prestigious seal.Since their establishment in 1995 as a local small business, they have since grown to become America’s largest exterior remodeler, providing renovations to millions of customers through their more than 200 franchise locations nationwide.Window World of Long Island marries the personalized service of a local business with the capital and selection of a nationally recognized company, cultivating an unbeatable customer experience. Offering a vast selection of windows, doors, siding, shutters, and accessories, the options are endless.Their large showroom in Farmingdale allows customers to visualize their projects before the contractors show up. And their product realization technology ensures Window World’s clients can upload images of their own homes to try on various windows and shutters for size.Over the years, Window World has also emphasized their belief in strengthening the community by opening a charitable arm to their company, known as Window World Cares. Since its founding a decade ago, Window World Cares has raised more than $7 million in a flourishing partnership with St. Jude’s Children’s Hospital, aiding in the fight against childhood cancer and other life-threatening diseases. For that, Window World was awarded New Corporate Partner of the Year in 2010.In addition to their charitable mission, another of Window World’s key qualities is sourcing their products locally. Through expert customer service, dedication to quality, and community outreach, Window World continues to have success. Their superior model has garnered their recognition as the Best Window Company for consecutive years in the Bethpage Best of Long Island contest.Last month, Window World announced the sale of their 15 millionth window, which is just more evidence that their motto of being “Simply the best for less” is ringing true for customers on Long Island and nationwide.“We are thrilled that our customers value our products and their experience working with us. Selling 15 million windows validates our belief that we are the best in the business,” says Chairman and CEO of Window World Tammy Whitworth. “People trust us with their most valuable investment, their home, time and time again. This shows that our franchise owners are doing a great job coming through for their clients and delivering stand-up service.”Window World of Long Island is located at 33 Hempstead Tpke., Farmingdale. They can be reached at 516-377-3500 or windowworld.comlast_img read more

Wellington Fire/EMS incident report: Jan. 6 to Jan. 8, 2014

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Intercity Transit Wants You to get Noticed this Season

first_imgFacebook0Tweet0Pin0Submitted by Intercity TransitThe season’s short, wet days make pedestrians and bicyclists less visible to drivers. To help you be safe and be seen, Intercity Transit is providing free, reflective-safety lights this December when you buy your monthly pass at the Olympia Transit Center.Your safety is a top priority at Intercity Transit. Reflective clothing and lights can help make you more visible. Help ensure your safety by using:Lights:Waiting at a bus stop: Use a flashlight, light up your cell phone, or wear a flashing safety light to ensure that our drivers can see you.Bicycling: State law requires the use of a white headlamp and a red rear reflector or tail light when it’s dark.Walking or running: Wear a headlamp, carry a flashlight, or wear flashing safety lights.Flashing lights appear brighter and draw attention faster than steady lights. Add them to shoes, backpacks, coats or jacket sleeves, purse straps and anywhere else you can think of.Reflective clothing and gear:Jackets, vests, caps, gloves and more with reflective features are great options to increase your visibility.Reflective tape or bands are inexpensive options that can be added to outfits, backpacks umbrellas and more.Highly-visible umbrellas help you stand out (and keep you dry).Reflective backpack covers help keep contents dry and make you more visible.Safety lights will be available free with the purchase of a monthly bus pass at the Olympia Transit Center during December while supplies last. After December, safety lights may be purchased for $2last_img read more