The Hope’s Difference

After exploring Hope’s in more detail, you will quickly discover unmatched durability and longevity, a quality of refined elegance impossible to achieve with other materials, and a new level of freedom to design and build. We’re confident you will find Hope’s Windows and Doors to be the best possible choice and investment for your prestigious building or luxury home.

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The source for the world's finest windows and doors

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Superior quality, superior value and lasting satisfaction.

Hope’s steel and bronze doors and windows are universally praised for their strength, durability, and unparalleled aesthetic value. Our manufacturing processes, finishing techniques, and the inherent strength of the material, results in doors and windows that last and sustain their beauty for generations.

Every Hope’s window and door is custom designed by you – the architect, designer, and homeowner – to achieve your specific aesthetic and performance criteria. We help guide you along the way to ensure your vision is achieved and have earned a reputation for continuously achieving new possibilities in window and door design.

Hope’s meticulously custom crafts each and every window and door to the absolute highest standards of excellence. We pride ourselves on our long-standing commitment to exceeding both rigorous, independent testing and customer expectations for more than 100 years.

Over a century of handcrafted excellence.

Hope’s is the largest steel window manufacturer in the world with over 230 employees, two full-time shifts, four manufacturing plants, and a dedicated testing and R&D facility on our Jamestown campus. Throughout its long history, Hope’s steel windows and doors have been synonymous with longevity and quality.
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Hope’s Windows was founded in Jamestown, New York and was originally known as the International Casement Company, Inc. Business commenced with seven employees and its first order for the Prudence Risley Hall at Cornell University.

International Casement merged with the importing business of Henry Hope & Sons, Inc. of New York to become Hope’s Windows, Inc. The company continued to manufacture and sell steel window products, including the sale of products manufactured by Henry Hope & Sons, Ltd.

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During World War II, Hope’s normal business was halted and its factories were equipped for war work. For four years Hope’s manufactured a variety of marine equipment in steel, aluminum, and bronze and in October 1944 it was awarded the Army-Navy ‘E’ for outstanding production of materials for war.
Hope’s merged with three other corporations and became known as Roblin Hope’s Industries, Inc. continuing to manufacture and sell steel windows under the Hope’s tradename and trademark. In 1975, Roblin Hope’s merged into Roblin Industries with Hope’s Windows continuing to operate as a division of Roblin Industries, Inc.
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What sets Hope's apart from other custom steel window and door manufacturers...

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Hope’s has earned a reputation for continuously achieving new possibilities in window and door design and performance. Visit our Case Studies to be inspired by projects that required ambitious design solutions for unique challenges – tackled successfully and without hesitation by our talented engineers and experienced craftsmen.


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For design professionals yet to explore Hope’s, or those who have known us for decades, we proudly provide you this detailed overview.

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Windows and Doors

This detailed overview will help you begin the process of discovery, leading you to make the best possible decision for your luxury home – an investment in Hope’s windows and doors.

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