Dealer of the Year Awards 2016: Honoring Excellence

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The company has a power grip lifter to install jobs that many in its market cannot. (All images courtesy of Mountain View Window & Door.)

Overall Excellence: Leadership in the Professional Market

Mountain View Window & Door


President Devon Tilly describes Mountain View Window & Door as “the Mercedes dealership for windows, doors and hardware.” Tilly bought the business in 2012 and has since grown the company from five employees to more than 15, converted to an all-digital system, opened a second location, and created a podcast and TV show. In addition to being recognized by Window & Door, MVWD was recognized with a Best of Houzz award for Customer Satisfaction in 2014 and 2015, and was awarded Best Showroom in the Nation by Andersen Windows & Doors.

In addition to its Andersen displays, the 5,000- square-foot showroom located in Denver also highlights Fleetwood Windows & Doors, Weiland Doors, Milgard Windows & Doors, TruStile Doors, Therma-Tru Doors, ProVia Doors, Simpson Doors, Rocky Mountain Hardware, Emtek and many more. Plus, a conference room offers a beautiful setting for professionals to meet with clients while discussing options that best fit their projects.

The MVWD team installs Fleetwood windows and doors on an industrial modern home in Denver, Colo.


MVWD caters to builders and architects with its portfolio and showroom, but has also distinguished itself in this market with a bi-weekly podcast for construction industry professionals. “The Art of Construction” is tailored to a specific audience of contractors and architects with the intent of helping them grow their businesses. Listeners tune in while driving “from site to site,” according to one review, and get an understanding of “how professionals can learn to work more effectively together,” says another reviewer, who concludes, “it’s a win-win.”

The podcast combines personality and levity—discussing beverages-of-choice and personal passions, for example—with insightful and practical takeaways, such as revealing pain points and secrets to success. Tilly and sales manager Kevin Keefe have “fireside chats” with architects, authors, general contractors and marketing professionals, among others, who share perspectives and strategies, and collectively move MVWD toward its goal of “bringing the entire construction industry together.” This is a big sticking point with listeners, one noting that Tilly and Keefe “are promoting collaboration [that] has been missing in most of the industry.”

Mountain View Window & Door operates out of a 10,000-square-foot warehouse, half of which is dedicated to a state-of-the-art showroom.

Tilly has done an excellent job of leveraging all different mediums to reach MVWD’s audience. He promotes products through MVTV, Mountain View Television, a series of informational videos broadcast on the MVWD website as well as on its YouTube channel. The bi-monthly shows for architects, contractors and designers address on-site challenges, explore new products and provide how-tos.


Technology integration is embraced internally at MVWD as well. The company has an in-house IT specialist, a necessary position for an all-digital company. In 2015, MVWD selected a software program and then manipulated it to fit the specific needs for customer management and purchase orders. “The result is a highly sophisticated technological tool that makes business easy and efficient for staff and clients,” the company’s nomination states. This move demonstrates the forward-thinking nature of the company, building an infrastructure for future growth.

“As a fairly new and growing company, Mountain View Window & Door is distinct and has risen above their competition,” the company’s nomination states. Pride in their work, detail and care of their showroom, a focus on customer service and installation, creative marketing and state-of-the-art technology helps MVWD serve its customer base in a truly distinct fashion.