Windows, Doors and Skylights

Windows and doors provide many functions in a home. They provide access, ventilation, light and protection from the elements. In some cases, windows and doors can be used to dress up a home with the use of custom grilles and custom glass. The different styles available for exterior doors are endless.

Skylights and sun tunnels are a great way to add natural light to a room.

McClurg specializes in repairs, replacements and installations. We are also the exclusive certified installer of Andersen windows and doors in Syracuse, NY. Contact us today for a complimentary consultation and estimate.

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  • The windows on this back porch were designed to maximize views of the lake.
    The windows on this back porch were designed to maximize views of the lake.
  • This circular window off of the front entryway adds architectural interest to the home.
    This circular window off of the front entryway adds architectural interest to the home.
  • This exquisite front entry features stunning post and beam architectural details. The front door is made from larch wood. The sidelights and transom window has mission-style grids that complement the front door glass.
    This exquisite front entry features stunning post and beam architectural details. The front door is made from larch wood. The sidelights and transom window has mission-style grids that complement the front door glass.
  • This back door entry was enhanced by adding wood posts and beams and a copper shed-style roof.
    This back door entry was enhanced by adding wood posts and beams and a copper shed-style roof.
  • Swinging patio doors, fixed paneled windows and arch top widows make up this stunning wall of windows. Double hung windows can be seen in the rear sitting room with fixed transoms above.
    Swinging patio doors, fixed paneled windows and arch top widows make up this stunning wall of windows. Double hung windows can be seen in the rear sitting room with fixed transoms above.
  • This breezeway addition provides natural light space and is an elegant transition from the main part of the home to the patio.
    This breezeway addition provides natural light space and is an elegant transition from the main part of the home to the patio.
  • The arch top window in this dormer creates interest from both the interior and exterior of the home. The barreled ceiling perfectly follows the contour of the window.
    The arch top window in this dormer creates interest from both the interior and exterior of the home. The barreled ceiling perfectly follows the contour of the window.
  • A car used to be parked in the location of the coffee table in this photo. Vinyl windows were installed in the location where the garage door once was. A second set of windows was also replaced as seen on the right side of the photo. From the street it looks as if the home never had a garage and that the windows are all original to the home.
    A car used to be parked in the location of the coffee table in this photo. Vinyl windows were installed in the location where the garage door once was. A second set of windows was also replaced as seen on the right side of the photo. From the street it looks as if the home never had a garage and that the windows are all original to the home.
  • This new Andersen casement window is made of wood but is protected by a vinyl exterior which blends with the home’s vinyl siding.
    This new Andersen casement window is made of wood but is protected by a vinyl exterior which blends with the home’s vinyl siding.
  • Two screened Andersen casement windows over the kitchen sink provide a view of the deck and yard. The windows can be cranked open when family or guests are on the deck to allow the cook to converse with them or to provide ventilation to the kitchen.
    Two screened Andersen casement windows over the kitchen sink provide a view of the deck and yard. The windows can be cranked open when family or guests are on the deck to allow the cook to converse with them or to provide ventilation to the kitchen.
  • This new Andersen gliding patio door with grills set between the glass and composite wood framing provides a stylish new look to the home and its deck.
    This new Andersen gliding patio door with grills set between the glass and composite wood framing provides a stylish new look to the home and its deck.
  • This Andersen gliding patio door selected has a stationary panel and one that slides. There is no door swing to interfere with the deck or the interior of the home. The interior of the door is wood and the exterior is wood covered with a protective vinyl.
    This Andersen gliding patio door selected has a stationary panel and one that slides. There is no door swing to interfere with the deck or the interior of the home. The interior of the door is wood and the exterior is wood covered with a protective vinyl.
  • All of the doors on the first floor of the home were changed from a flat panel door to six-panel oak doors that complement the oak trim and flooring.
    All of the doors on the first floor of the home were changed from a flat panel door to six-panel oak doors that complement the oak trim and flooring.
  • Typically an entry door is 6-to-8 foot tall. This entry door is 8-foot tall and includes sidelites, one on each side. The 8-foot height gives a grand effect to this entrance.
    Typically an entry door is 6-to-8 foot tall. This entry door is 8-foot tall and includes sidelites, one on each side. The 8-foot height gives a grand effect to this entrance.
  • McClurg is certified by VELUX to install and service its skylights and roof windows. VELUX skylights are available in many different sizes, styles and venting options.
    McClurg is certified by VELUX to install and service its skylights and roof windows. VELUX skylights are available in many different sizes, styles and venting options.
  • A sun tunnel skylight adds natural light to floors below when a full skylight isn't practical or structurally feasible.
    A sun tunnel skylight adds natural light to floors below when a full skylight isn't practical or structurally feasible.