• Sutton, MA

    Sutton, MA is a short 13 minute drive to Pioneer Window Fashions, and is less than 10 miles away. Sutton was home to the famous “Sutton Beauty” apple, which was in great demand in all of Europe in the 1800s. Sutton, MA is within our glass service area. We’re proud to offer all residents of …

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  • Douglas, MA

    Douglas, MA is a short 13 minute drive to Pioneer Window Fashions, and is less than 10 miles away. Douglas was formerly known as New Sherburn, up until 1746. French hero of the American and French Revolution, General Lafayette, stopped in Douglas to change horses during the Revolutionary War on his way to join forces …

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  • Whitinsville, MA

    Whitinsville, MA is the home of Pioneer Window Fashions. Whitinsville’s earlier known name was South Northbridge before the Whitin family came along with the Whitin Mill, eventually taking over the municipality’s namesake. Much of the original village is still intact. Whitinsville, MA is within our glass service area. We’re proud to offer all residents of …

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  • Grafton, MA

    Grafton, MA is a short 15 minute drive to Pioneer Window Fashions, and is less than 10 miles away. Grafton is the home of the Tufts School of Veterinary Medicine and Hassanamisco Reservation. Grafton, MA is within our glass service area. We’re proud to offer all residents of Grafton products such as Hunter Douglas blinds, …

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  • Worcester, MA

    Worcester, MA is a short 20 minute drive to Pioneer Window Fashions, and is 15 miles away. Worcester has a rich history, with the father of modern rocketry graduating from Worcester Polytechnic Institute. In addition, the smiley face was invented in Worcester, not by Forrest Gump! Worcester, MA is within our glass service area. We’re …

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  • Uxbridge, MA

    Uxbridge, MA is a short 7 minute drive to Pioneer Window Fashions, and is less than 5 miles away. Uxbridge was home to America’s first woman voter, the first hospital for mental illness and its’ “Uxbridge Blue” was the first US Air Force dress uniform. Uxbridge, MA is within our glass service area. We’re proud …

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  • Upton, MA

    Upton, MA is a short 11 minute drive to Pioneer Window Fashions, and is less than 6 miles away. Upton was home to most of the Taft family, popularized by the 27th president of the United States, William H. Taft. President George Washington stayed in the home of Revolutionary War hero Samuel Taft on Washington’s …

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  • Manchaug, MA

    Manchaug, MA is a short 13 minute drive to Pioneer Window Fashions, and is less than 10 miles away. Manchaug is the home of one of the oldest schoolhouses in America. Manchaug, MA is within our glass service area. We’re proud to offer all residents of Manchaug products such as Hunter Douglas blinds, Hunter Douglas …

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  • Northbridge, MA

    Northbridge, MA the home of Pioneer Glass inside Whitinsville. Northbridge was the first industrialized region in the United States as part of the Blackstone Valley, and was at its peak the largest manufacturer of textile machines in the world. Northbridge, MA is within our glass service area. We’re proud to offer all residents of Northbridge …

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  • Blackstone, MA

    Blackstone, MA is a short 17 minute drive to Pioneer Window Fashions, and is less than 11 miles away. Blackstone was formerly part of Mendon until becoming its own municipality. The local high school’s marching band has traveled all around America and performed in the Rose Bowl Parade and Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade, amongst others. …

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  • Mendon, MA

    Mendon, MA is a short 13 minute drive to Pioneer Window Fashions, and is less than 7 miles away. Pioneers from Braintree settled Mendon in 1662, which went on to be the initial battleground of King Phillip’s War. Descendants of one of Mendon’s settlers went on to create the Federal Reserve Bank, and Nelson Aldrich …

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  • Millbury, MA

    Millbury, MA is a short 15 minute drive to Pioneer Window Fashions, and is less than 10 miles away. Millbury was originally part of Sutton and is home to one of the oldest operating mills in the country. This particular mill, the S & D Spinning mill, makes the red stitching for Major League Baseball’s …

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