Welcome to the website for LWP, Bay Ridge’s go-to for home improvement. We are an authorized Hunter Douglas dealer offering you the finest in blinds and shades including automated operation through an app on your phone! The right window treatments are perfect for privacy and light control, AND they raise your home’s curb appeal. We’ve also become the only name you need to remember for security doors and are especially known for our replacement windows. From radiator covers for efficiency and safety to stylish shower enclosures to add a touch of class to your bathroom, LWP is here for you!
You lose up to 30% of your home’s heat through your windows. Stop throwing money away! If your drafty windows are literally costing you, a simple solution from our assortment of Hunter Douglas products are awesome cellular honeycomb shades. This clever invention from the industry’s innovative leader uses a unique “honeycomb” design trapping air between two fabric panels. This forms insulation, heating in winter and cooling in summer! Our pros can custom-fit your pocketed-air shades even in hard-to-use spaces such as skylights. Customize your pleat size, color, texture and SO much more. You can even get more energy savings with Architella double honeycomb shades. LWP makes choose the right cellular honeycomb shades easy.
Never fear if one of your shutters is damaged accidentally or through normal wear over the years. LWP’s experts offer you the ultimate in shutter repair. Our shutter adjustments are an economical alternative to buying anew. For example, often the vertical tilt bar to move your louvers gets loose as its staples pull out. Simple fix! Even if your slats break, we can easily replace them individually. Even if you bought your wood or plastic shutters from another shop, enjoy superlative service including a rapid turnaround time. If your shutters happen to be from Hunter Douglas, you’re covered by the brand’s Lifetime Guarantee so no worries!
Bay Ridge’s geography has lent it a unique place in American history. The site of Fort Hamilton, named for the Founding Father, saw action in the American Revolution, as well as the War of 1812 and the Civil War. By the mid 19th century, the rolling hills and vistas drew some of New York’s wealthiest residents to build on Shore Rd. The 20th century saw the arrival of a subway train and with it, apartments and waves of residents from around the world. Known to many as the setting for “Saturday Night Fever,” the neighborhood now boasts a diverse population, including families that have called the area home for generations.