Holliston

WELCOME TO NATIONAL VINYL

Holliston, We're Your Neighbors!

Our window manufacturing facility is based less than sixty miles away from Holliston. We've been proudly serving the area for over 35 years.

Why choose us

Holliston is near and dear to National Vinyl.

We sold our first window in Holliston back in July 1986 and our most recent job in the city was around October 2018. Homeowners in and around Holliston benefit from:

  • Trusted network of local dealers
  • Fast turnaround times
  • Industry's strongest warranty

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National Vinyl has cultivated industry relationships for over 35 years. Take advantage of our network of handpicked pros. Allow us to connect you with the perfect Holliston window replacement professional.

Best Holliston Dealers

We have 35 years of experience working in Holliston. Installers in our network are vetted and background checked*. We can match you with a trusted Holliston window installer.

Lifetime Warranty

National Vinyl warranty options are among the industry's strongest. Your investment is protected by a limited lifetime warranty on a majority of window lines. Moreover, your warranty is transferable in the event you sell your home.

Energy Savings

National Vinyl's Energy Star certified windows may save an avergage of 12% on utility costs. Moreover, replacing single pane with dual-pane windows delivers between 21% and 31% in savings. Common table salt is the main ingredient used in producing vinyl, making its production ecologically sound.

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Window features & options

Triple-Glaze: KryptoLite/Low-E

National Vinyl manufactures superior insulated clear glass, Low-E, or Low-E with argon gas windows engineered to meet today's demanding energy standards for thermal performance. National Vinyl is proud to introduce Krypto-Lite a revolutionary triple glazed dual Low-e with double Krypton Gas fill. This process provides one of the best insulating windows on the market with an overall U-Value of .20…that's an R-Value of 5! This will allow us to be one of less than 60 manufacturers Nationwide to be listed on the DOE R-5 program.

Fusion Welded

National Vinyl manufactures superior insulated clear glass, Low-E, or Low-E with argon gas windows engineered to meet today's demanding energy standards for thermal performance. National Vinyl is proud to introduce Krypto-Lite a revolutionary triple glazed dual Low-e with double Krypton Gas fill. This process provides one of the best insulating windows on the market with an overall U-Value of .20…that's an R-Value of 5! This will allow us to be one of less than 60 manufacturers Nationwide to be listed on the DOE R-5 program.

Chambered Hollows

Multi-chambered hollows in frame and sash create greater insulating and structural value.

Memory Seal

Where the sash meets the sill we use a superior bulb seal which acts similar to the gasket on your refrigerator, providing a tight seal against water and air infiltration. This foam seal has a memory that will keep its shape even after months of being compressed.

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Triple-Glaze: KryptoLite/Low-E

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Memory Seal

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Chambered Hollows

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We chose Bruin for our window replacement job and very glad we did. They replaced all 23 windows in our house & we'd would gladly use them again for other work. Beyond the quality of the installation work, the windows are great! We are glad to be done with our old, drafty windows. The salesperson, Bill D., was very easy going & helped us chose the windows to best match the traditional style of our home. He also helped us through the process re: Mass Save, which made that aspect much easier as well. Jimmy made the window measuring process seamless. The install team also made the work go smoothly from beginning to end. They were polite, on time, thorough, flexible and cleaned up well. When we had a few questions after the job completion, they were also prompt & responsive. Thanks Bruin for doing such a great job! Andrea L.

John P.

This company did a great job weatherizing my house. All of the workers were very professional and respectful of my home. They also explained everything that they were doing in the house. I have noticed a big difference in my house since the company insulated and it is not drafty now. The insulation around the doors have also made a big difference. I would definitely recommend this company to anyone in the need of obtaining energy related services for their house.

Cynthia S.

We chose Bruin for our window replacement job and very glad we did. They replaced all 23 windows in our house & we'd would gladly use them again for other work. Beyond the quality of the installation work, the windows are great! We are glad to be done with our old, drafty windows. The salesperson, Bill D., was very easy going & helped us chose the windows to best match the traditional style of our home. He also helped us through the process re: Mass Save, which made that aspect much easier as well. Jimmy made the window measuring process seamless. The install team also made the work go smoothly from beginning to end. They were polite, on time, thorough, flexible and cleaned up well. When we had a few questions after the job completion, they were also prompt & responsive. Thanks Bruin for doing such a great job! Andrea L.

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Holliston is a New England town in Middlesex County, Massachusetts, United States in the Greater Boston area. The population was 13,547 at the 2010 census, and in 2016, the population was 14,556. [1] It is located in MetroWest, a Massachusetts region that is west of Boston. Holliston is the only town in Middlesex County that borders both Norfolk and Worcester counties.

At the time of the earliest European settlements, where Holliston exists now was part of the territory of the Awassamog family of Natick (the first Nipmuc Praying Town), who also held authority over land near Waushakum Pond at Framingham and land near Annamasset at Mendon. In 1701, a large tract of land that included the west half of Holliston, eastern Milford and parts of Hopkinton and Ashland was given to the local Nipmucs in a land exchange with Sherborn. Their ownership of the tract was brief, as settlers purchased tracts of land there until all traces of Nipmuc presence disappeared.
The Nipmuc village of Mucksquit (translation – “place of much grass”), located on the shore of Wennakeening (translation – “smile of the great spirit”) was near the site of the Morse family farm, today known as Lake Winthrop.
The Morses, Sheffields, Marshalls and Bullards and many others followed Pout Lane (an old Native American foot-path, now partly modern day Rte 16 and Highland St., respectively) out to the new territory and settled along the path, thus forming a cluster of farms that would eventually become Holliston. John Eliot and Daniel Gookin (Christian missionaries) also followed the path in search of converts to Christianity and encouraged the Nipmucs to gather into villages, which made their task of finding them easier. Though not as famous as the Bay Path or the Old Connecticut Path, Pout Lane played a major role in the settlement of Holliston and other points southwest of Boston.
Holliston, then part of Sherborn, was first settled by Europeans in 1659 by Massachusetts Bay Puritans. The town of Holliston was incorporated on December 3, 1724, by virtue of approval by the General Court petition requesting that "the western part of Sherborn be a Town." The name was taken in honor of Thomas Hollis of London, a benefactor of Harvard College. The first town meeting was held at the house of Timothy Leland on December 23, 1724, "at which five selectmen and all other required officers were chosen." The town has grown from a community of a few hundred residents setting aside ten pounds per year for public education to a community of over 13,000 with an annual budget of over $40 million including more than $23 million for a nationally recognized school system.[2]

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