The people that make up the Marvin Family of Brands are dedicated to enriching the places where we live and work. What began as a family company built on an old-fashioned code of honesty, hard work, and service to their neighbors is now one of the world’s premier window and door companies. Through our three unique brands—Marvin, Integrity, and Infinity—and each brand’s unique offerings of customization and performance, we can provide a solution to any project. For everything from new construction to remodeling and replacements, to commercial building and even historical restorations, we never take shortcuts, and we always adhere to the highest possible standards and the highest levels of service. We stand behind every one of our products, every step of the way.
We make it our priority to be a partner to our customers through every step of the process, and go above and beyond what is expected. That includes making sure our products continue to live up to our high standards every single day.
The Insider: Architect Shifts Floor Levels in Park Slope Townhouse to Suit a Modern Family
Like many people familiar with four-story townhouse living, Amy Shakespeare's clients, a couple with two young children, "wanted to solve... Read More
The Insider: Fort Greene Townhouse Opens Up With Three-Story Addition
Sometimes, in the renovation of a dilapidated vintage row house, when no original details remain, the interior is given a spare contempor... Read More
The Insider: Tiny South Slope House Expands in Two Directions for Growing Family
"When a house is so narrow, every move you make has to count," said architect Aniket Shahane of his family's diminutive dwelling, part of... Read More
The Insider: Modern Design Principles Guide Gut Reno of Sunset Park Townhouse
In cases where vintage details were long ago erased from Brooklyn row houses, thoroughly modern overhauls can make a great deal of sense.... Read More
The Insider: Architect Transforms Derelict Crown Heights Limestone Into Polished Family Home
The bay-windowed limestone townhouse was "in poor shape," said South Slope-based architect Ben Herzog in a masterpiece of understatement... Read More
The Insider: Architects Revamp South Slope Two-Family With Future Flexibility in Mind
When architect Aniket Shahane talks about the sustainability of the century-old row house his Gowanus-based firm, Office of Architecture,... Read More