WHO WE ARE

At Tischler und Sohn (USA) Ltd, we supply custom windows and doors for the North American and Caribbean market. Every unit produced is fabricated with quality materials and engineered for performance to meet design specifications. Whether your project is located on a coastline, in a city or on an expansive country estate, our team is committed to providing a seamless experience.

MEDIA HIGHLIGHTS

As a sponsor of the AD PRO Global Design Summit, we were excited to be involved in a “first-of-its-kind event that brought a global group of design superstars together with AD editors.”

When Peter Gilgan began designing his net-zero energy Mega mansion in Florida, he wanted a custom type of turtle-safe glass that didn’t exist -so we invented it.

See our Turn-and-Tilt windows on this New England home, complementing the architect’s design with lasting elegance for the family to enjoy.

Completed Projects

Full front view of architectural home in Connecticut, USA. All windows are Tischler mahogany product in deep finishes with decorative muntins.

We are consistently engaged in construction projects that span a number of architectural styles and environmental climates.

Florida Resident, Lynn

“Just want you to know that despite Mother Nature [Hurricane Ian] really churning up the water and sand by our house, the Tischler doors and windows held. The hurricane shutters around the outdoor kitchen blew out (maybe Tischler could make us some hurricane shutters) but our upper floors remain pristine, thanks to your product. So grateful for your Tischler doors and windows and the attention to detail you have provided.

Pasquale Estate Management, Nicole, CEO

“Tischler provides an exceptional product and continues to impress on the service and maintenance fronts as well. From design through construction and now 4 years into warranty, their product has withstood some of the harshest coastal conditions possible. It is and will continue to be my recommendation to clients for either replacement windows and doors or new construction.”