Todd Seekircher, President, with his father and founder of the company, John Seekircher.
Founded in 1977, by John Seekircher, Seekircher Steel Window has grown from a part-time business operating in the suburbs of New York City into the nation’s preeminent steel window firm, repairing and refurbishing thousands of steel windows and doors each year. In 2010, Todd Seekircher joined the firm as a dedicated team member and partner to his father, before taking over management in 2017.
Whether rehabilitating windows at a national treasure like Frank Lloyd Wright’s Fallingwater, or rebuilding a casement window in a New York City apartment, all of our projects and the clients we serve receive the same level of dedicated customer service. We are proud of our unparalleled craftsmanship and passionate about the preservation of historical architecture.
Across the globe, it is easy to see how buildings and architecture connect us to our past, and we invite you to explore the following pages as you consider the options for your historic home or project. As Richard Moe, former President of The National Trust for Historic Preservation, once said, “we can’t build our way out of the global warming crisis. We have to conserve our way out. That means we have to make better, wiser use of what we have already built.”
The Seekircher Team
Our founder John Seekircher built Seekircher Steel Window from a part-time business in the New York City suburbs to the nation’s preeminent steel window repair firm. He has developed his craft over forty years, earning profiles in publications such as the New York Times and Old House Journal. In 2001, his work was featured in the National Park Service’s “Preservation Tech Notes #19: Repairing Steel Windows.”
Todd Seekircher’s love for historic preservation and architecture called him back to the family business in 2010, after graduating from Boston College and working for several years in television and events production in both New York City and Australia. For seven years, Todd served as a dedicated team member and partner to his father, John, before taking over management of the company in 2017. Todd continues to grow his team and looks forward to expanding the firm’s reach in preserving steel windows around the world.