Maybe you’re remodeling a condo on Boston’s waterfront and want to select windows that frame your amazing new view. Or perhaps the approaching winter has you determined to replace the windows in your treasured antique home in Wellesley; you want to improve energy efficiency without losing the charm.
Whether you’re remodeling or building a new house, selecting the right windows is key to enjoying your home. That’s why you should turn to the expert team at JB Sash & Door’s brand new Marvin Window and Door Showroom in Chelsea, Massachusetts.
Not unlike choosing pieces to create the perfect outfit, the process of selecting windows and doors adds personal touch to your home design.
“We understand that your selection of windows and doors is a very big decision,” says Rick Bertolami, co-owner of JB Sash & Door. “Architects and homeowners are always looking for that delicate balance between energy efficiency and preserving the very personal style of their home. We share that goal with our customers and have created ways in our new Marvin showroom to exemplify how they can do both.”
Homeowners entering the new Marvin Window and Door Showroom at JB Sash are often surprised by what they find.
“We’ve designed this space with new ideas to spur questions and discussion around each corner,” says JB Sash Co-Owner Ron Bertolami. “We want to show an extraordinary variety of windows and doors installed the way they will actually look in your home. You can open windows, slide doors, and consider exciting new trends like Marvin’s new Designer Black painted window interiors. This modern design element is being embraced as a way to bring focus to a view much like putting an artful frame around a beautiful painting.”
The first stop in JB Sash’s new showroom is typically the Marvin Personalization Station. This bigger-than-life “inspiration board” is intended to help start the conversation with your personal JB Sash design consultant.
“When we offer homeowners a taste of the many options up front, they can keep these in mind as we discuss their plans, home style, and priorities,” says Rick Bertolami.
You’ll learn about different wood species and how stains and paint appear when applied to each. You might be considering aluminum-clad exteriors for your windows, so you’ll find actual examples of how those materials appear and feel at the Personalization Station. Think about what hardware does for the look and style you imagine. See examples of hardware finishes including bronze, brass, and antique brass, which could help maintain the charm of quaint antique cottages when upgrading windows.
Consider a patterned or textured glass; the Personalization Station offers you the opportunity to appreciate the differences in various patterns. While both artful and practical, these can also add a little extra privacy for a special space in your home.
Check out the integrated shade systems that make window and door treatments an easy and beautiful choice instead of a challenging afterthought. The shades are exclusively designed for Marvin products and match any Marvin interior finish, appearing as a seamless part of the window or door. There are no visible cords or pulleys so they stay elegant and functional.
Every Marvin Window and Door is built around you, offering quality materials and a level of detailed craftsmanship.
“Most people have no idea how many options they have when considering new windows and doors,” says Ron Bertolami. “We want the choices to be exciting and never overwhelming, so our staff brings their training and expertise to each customer’s project, offering important guidance to achieve their personal lifestyle goals.”
Homeowners, architects, and builders are welcome to visit this exciting new showroom Monday through Friday (7:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.) or Saturdays (7:30 a.m. – noon). To ensure that a JB Sash consultant is available to discuss your project and introduce you to the new Marvin Windows and Doors experience, call 1-877-JBSASH1 to let the showroom know when you would like to visit.
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