Housing Authority


Thermo Expert has installed energy efficient windows for numerous housing authority projects throughout the Northeast, including ground up construction and renovation projects large and small. Our extensive experience working in occupied apartment complexes assures that there will be no disruptions to the everyday lives of residents, and at Thermo Expert, concern for safety is paramount.

Haynes House, Roxbury, MA

The 131-unit community in Roxbury, Massachusetts (South Boston)  underwent a substantial renovation project in 2019. Thermo Expert replaced the existing windows (circa 1974) with new fiberglass windows.

Contractor: Dellbrook Construction

Haynes House Roxbury, MA

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Duggan Park, Springfield, MA

John J. Duggan Park is a 196 unit affordable housing community in Springfield, Massachusetts. Thermo Expert installed over 2,600 efficiency vinyl windows and storm doors for this project.

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Ruth Lillian Barkley Apartments, Boston, MA

Located in the heart of the Historic South End neighborhood, just two miles from Boston, the Ruth Barkley Apartments offer an array of modern apartments in a variety of configurations for low- and moderate-income individuals and families. Thermo Expert installed over 100 high efficiency fiberglass windows.

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Chelsea Village, Chelsea, MA

At Chelsea Village, a community of 161 apartment homes nestled among acres of waterfront property on Admiral’s Hill, Thermo Expert installed 311 high efficiency aluminum windows with AC Panels (last phase).

Architect: The Architectural Team

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Steamboat Square Highrise, Albany, NY

This year long project entailed the removal of existing windows and the complete installation (including caulking and insulation) of thousands of new vinyl windows for four high rise towers (306 units) and six townhouses (44 units), as well as the historic restoration of 10 buildings comprising 31 units. The work was completed for Albany Housing Authority, … Read More

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Silverleaf Terrace, Leominster, MA

Project involved the removal and replacement of windows for this affordable housing complex, comprised of 216 one, two- and three-bedroom apartments, spread out over seven buildings. Originally built in 1973, the existing windows for the complex were replaced with more energy-efficient vinyl for owner Silver Street Development, in conjunction with HUD and Mass Housing Authority. … Read More

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