Headquartered in Bayport, Minnesota, Andersen Corporation is the largest window and door manufacturer in North America. Founded in 1903, Andersen is an international corporation employing more than 11,000 people in locations across North America, with sales worldwide. Their vision is “to lead the window and door industry by creating products and services that are different and better, as measured by our customers.”
Marvin was founded by George G. Marvin in 1912 in the small town of Warroad, Minnesota. By the 1960s, Marvin had its own fleet of trucks and had added patio doors to its product line. Over the years, Marvin grew from a few dozen employees in the 1950s, to a few hundred in the 1960s, to more than 4,000 today. Marvin company is focused on the “build around you” principle, which promises to build any window a customer wanted.
Renewal by Andersen is a start-to-finish window and door replacement division of Andersen Corporation. Headquartered in Bayport, Minnesota, Andersen Corporation is the largest window and door manufacturer in North America. Founded in 1903, Andersen is an international corporation employing more than 11,000 people in locations across North America, with sales worldwide.
JELD-WEN corporation was founded by Richard Wendt and four business partners, Larry Wetter, John Biehn, Gerry Wickersham, and Bill Taylor on October 25, 1960 in Klamath Falls, Colorado. ELD-WEN quickly gained the reputation of producing a reliable product. Today JELD-WEN employs approximately 21,000 people worldwide and has manufacturing, distribution and showroom locations across the United States and in 24 countries, located primarily in North America, Europe, and Australia.
Champion was founded in 1953 as a small manufacturer of aluminum storm windows, storm doors, awnings and screen rooms. The first affiliated office was opened in 1992 in Lexington Kentucky. Today, Champion is available in 29 states. They are focused on growth and earning the homeowners trust to consider Champion for their home improvement projects.
Windsor Windows & Doors began as a small operation in Des Moines, Iowa, in 1946. They offer four distinct product lines to help architects and homebuilders tackle a diverse array of applications. Windsor ships building materials throughout the United States and also into Canada, Mexico and China. Windsor remained a regional wood window company until being purchased by Woodgrain Millwork, Inc. of Fruitland, Idaho in 1987.
Mi Windows was founded in 1947, and the first plant opened in Pennsylvania in 1967. The founders of Mi Windows focused on delivering the best product and serving the customers on the level that couldn’t be found anywhere else. Their mission simply states, “getting it right every time.” They strive to make homeowners happy with their choices, and help dealers feel great about products they are selling. Builders and architects take price in their projects.
Window World was founded in 1995 by Tammy and Todd Whitworth in North Wilkesboro, North Carolina. Over the last 20 years, Window World has developed a good reputation among its customers and professional contractors by focusing on quality and providing a large variety of products.