Top 100 Manufacturers of 2014

Industry gears up for growth with new hires and product introductions
Building up custom frame depths at Top 100 Manufacturer ProVia
 
The window and door industry is gearing up for market growth as manufacturers expand their workforces and product lines. Twenty-eight percent of this year’s Top 100 Manufacturers brought on new employees this past year, with nearly a quarter also introducing new products in the last 12 months. And while 2013 was a relatively quiet year in terms of merger and acquisition activity, the Top 100 Manufacturers were far from stagnant, focusing their efforts on internal growth in anticipation of increased demand for their products.
 

The Rankings

 
 
 Top 100 Manufacturer Thompson Creek installing double-pane insulating glass into the sash frame before final glazing
Window & Door’s annual rankings present North America’s 100 largest manufacturers of residential windows, doors and/or skylights, based on sales volume. While companies such as VKR and YKK are included, they are part of the Top 100 because they have residential window, door or skylight manufacturing operations in North America. Their rankings are based on global sales—as are those of the North American manufacturers—to reflect their potential strength and influence on the market here. Window & Door does not attempt to rank other global window and door manufacturers that do not have operations in North America.
 
Although we provide specific sales data when it’s available, private companies, generally sensitive about releasing sales figures, dominate the industry. A few companies always ask that we not include them and/or refuse to provide any information. We understand the sensitivity of releasing sales figures, and we attempt to respect that by presenting our Top 100 Manufacturers alphabetically in 10 sales range categories. That being said, we do not omit any manufacturer simply because it asks. When specific sales data is not provided, we gather estimates from industry insiders and other sources, and include those companies in the rankings, noting that their sales information has not been confirmed.
 
 
 Hand-crafted glass assembly operations at Top 100 Manufacturer Tru Tech’s facility in Canada
It’s also worthwhile to note that the numbers presented here are not comparable on an apples-to-apples basis. For some companies, sales volume figures include products other than windows and doors. In other cases, sales volumes consist not only of manufacturing operations, but distribution, retail and installation operations. Despite these limitations, we believe the end result reflects the leading manufacturers in the residential marketplace, from a sales perspective.
 
If your company belongs on the list, or you would like to update the information published here, please contact us. It is only with the cooperation of individual manufacturers that Window & Door’s Top 100 rankings can be as accurate as possible. Please send any questions or comments about this year’s rankings, and requests to be included next year, to Jenni Chase at jchase@glass.org.
 
Click on the sales range category links below to read more information about the companies on this year's Top 100 Manufacturers list.
 

The List

More than $1 Billion

$500 million to $1 billion

  
Andersen Corp.Fortune Brands Home & Security
Formosa Plastics GroupPly Gem
Jeld-Wen Inc.The Marvin Cos.
Masonite International Inc. 
Pella Corp. 
VKR Holding 
YKK AP Inc. 

 

$300 million to $500 million

$200 million to $300 million

  
Associated Materials Inc.The Atis Group Inc.
Atrium Corp.Builders FirstSource
Harvey Building ProductsChampion Window & Patio Room Co.
Masco Corp.Modern Builder's Supply Inc.
MI WIndows & DoorsWeather Shield Manufacturing
Woodgrain Millwork Inc. 

 

$100 million to $200 million

$50 million to $100 million

  
All Weather WindowsAMSCO Windows
Four Seasons Solar Products LLCCascade Windows
Kinro Inc.Croft LLC
Kolbe & Kolbe Millwork Inc.Crystal Window & Door Systems Inc.
Larson Manufacturing Co.Custom Window Systems Inc.
The Novatech GroupDurabuilt Windows & Doors
ODL Inc.Elixir Industries
PGT IndustriesHurd Windows & Doors
Sierra Pacific IndustriesPeter Kohler Windows & Entrance Systems
Starline Windows Ltd.ProVia
Steves & SonsQuaker Window Products Co.
 Robert Bowden Inc.
 Simpson Door Co.
 Soft-Lite LLC
 Sunrise Windows Ltd.
 Thompson Creek Window Co.
 United Window & Door Manufacturing
 Wallside Windows
 Wincore Windows & Doors
 The Window Designs Group

 

$40 million to $50 million

$30 million to $40 million

  
Amerimax Window & DoorsAir Master Windows & Doors
Anlin Window SystemsAmerican Exteriors LLC
CGI Windows & Doors Inc.Armaclad Windows & Doors
Fenplast Inc. 
Lincoln Wood Products Inc.Dunbarton Corp.
Paramount Window Corp.Lux Windows & Glass Ltd.
 MariTech Windows
 MGM Industries
 Northeast Building Products
 Reilly Windows & Doors
 Semling-Menke Co. Inc.
 Solaris International/Solaris Quebec
 Thermal Windows Inc.
 THV Compozit Windows & Doors
 TruStile Doors LLC
 Tru Tech Doors
 Vinylmax LLC
 ViWinCo Inc.

 

$20 million to $30 million

$15 Million to $20 Million

  
Comfort Window & Door Co.AWP Windows & Doors
Don Young Co.B.F. Rich Windows & Doors
Farley Group Inc.Gilkey Window Co.
Gerkin Windows & DoorsKasson & Keller Inc.
Glasscraft 
Hayfield Window & Door Co. 
Inline Fiberglass Ltd. 
Mathews Brothers Co. 
Midway Windows & Doors 
Moss Supply Co. 
NT Window Co. 
Okna Windows & Doors 
Patio Enclosures by Great Day Improvements 
Solar Innovations 
Taylor Entrance Systems 
Vista Window Co. LLC 
ViWinTech Windows & Doors Inc. 
Vytex Corp. 
Win-Dor Inc. 
WinDoor Inc. 
Zeluck Inc.