Windows

Windows

Custom Wood, Steel, Aluminum or Vinyl

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Architectural Glass

Architectural Glass

Glass can be custom configured to any building

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University of Connecticut

UCONN Pharmacy Building – Storrs, CT.

This interesting academic building features an unusual mix of “punched opening” windows set into curtain walls and copper clad metal panels giving the structure a striking green weathered look.

University of Connecticut

UCONN Student Union – Storrs, CT.

This project was an unusual conversion of the original outdated student gathering space done in two phases. A new “Main Street” was added to the back of the building

The Clark Art Institute

Clark Art Institute – Williamstown, MA

SUNTECH OF CONNECTICUT, INC. was selected as the glass and custom metal contractor for this landmark museum facility designed by Tadao Ando and Gensler Associates.

So what do “Scrod” and “Replacement Windows” have in common?

Scrod is a small piece of white fish, often from a Cod, but not always, and is what’s called “Marketing Speak”. Replacement Windows are windows that are really not full replacements for your old windows. It is also a “Marketing Term” that leads you to believe that you are getting a whole new window for

My Name is Low-E and I’m Here to Stay

So what is this Low-E glass thing all about? Let’s break it down now. Low means “little” nor “no”. E stands for “emissivity”. Emissivity is the ability of something, in this case glass, to emit energy. I know, it sounds counter intuitive, and it kind of is. You see, it depends on which side of