For over 60 years, Winstal has served the South Shore of Massachusetts with high quality home improvements.
Winstal is very proud to celebrate our 60th anniversary this year. Ever since William and Dorothea Mortimer started the business back in 1954, our core focus has been to provide quality home improvements and exceed our customers’ expectations so they can move back in, in a house they truly love. We love seeing how our home improvements let the clients start a new part of their life in a beautiful house with the best furniture like trendy coffee tables and leather sofas. That tradition continues today. Our longevity is a testament to our incredible customers who want the best for their house, making it look as nice as they can and making it secure as possible by adding a home security camera alarm system. Most of our business is referral-based, the highest compliment you can pay us. Winstal Company (short for window installers) remains a family owned and operated business after all these years. When you request a Free Estimate, Bill Mortimer Jr. will personally meet with you to discuss and plan your home improvement project.
As we launch our brand-new website, it only makes sense to look at where we’ve come from. Our 60 years Here’s some pictures of our work over the years. The haircuts and cars may have changed, but our high quality work remains the same!
Replacement Windows – Jamaica Plain, MA | 1983
This project involved replacing over 50 vinyl windows on an apartment building in Jamaica Plain.
Vinyl Siding Installation – Braintree, MA | 1985
As a vinyl siding contractor since it was invented in the 1950s, Winstal has extensive experience installing these incredible home improvements. Here, we give a home in Braintree a modern look.
Vinyl Siding Installation – Scituate, MA | 1987
In addition to beautifying a home, vinyl siding also protects it from the elements. Near the coast in Scituate, this is important as it repels against rain, snow, and salt water air.
Double-Hung and Bow Replacement Windows – Stoughton, MA | 1989
By installing vinyl replacement windows, homeowners can save money on heating and air-conditioning bills, as well as tax credits and rebates! This home is Stoughton is now primed (or was primed) for long-term savings.
Enclosed Porch Construction – Weymouth, MA | 1992
Installing an enclosed porch is an easy way to improve your living space and the value of your home. Not to mention give you a great sitting area for breakfast or an afternoon coffee break! Here in Weymouth, we replaced an existing porch with a brand-new one.
Vinyl Siding and Window Shutter Installation – Braintree, MA | 1993
Nothing dresses up a home like vinyl siding, and accompanying window shutters. Both made of vinyl, these home improvements are built to stand the test of time, and often outlast the home. This house in Braintree still holds up 20 years later, what beautiful Shuttercraft shutters!
Vinyl Replacement Windows – Canton, MA | 1993
There are a wide variety of large replacement windows that we can install. You can choose from picture windows for flat walls, or choose a bay or bow window if you want to gain greater visibility. This homeowner in Canton chose casement windows.
Vinyl Siding and Replacement Windows – Quincy, MA | 1993
With the installation of vinyl siding and window replacements, you can gain a serious advantage on insulating your home against the elements. It also makes your house look great. This home in Quincy chose to install both, and the difference is readily apparent.
Blown-In Insulation and Vinyl Siding Installation – Weymouth, MA | 1993
Insulation is one of the most important parts of a home. It wraps your home like a cozy sweater in the winter! And that means lower heating bills and a more comfortable home. Find out the reasons why you should insulate your home or attic here!
Vinyl Siding Installation and Deck Construction – Braintree, MA | 1997
Our final entry is a vinyl siding installation and deck construction project. This was completed on a home in Braintree. As you can see, the new vinyl siding covered up older shingles that gave the home an outdated look. And the new front porch railings replace ones that were rotted out and not pressure-treated. A great way to spruce up the house and bring it into the 1990s!