Sector: Windows, Doors, and Skylights

Market Overview: Energy efficiency standards and incentives are growing the market for improved performance in the windows, doors, and skylights (WDS) sector. In addition to new construction demands, the Window and Door Manufacturers Association estimates that America’s existing housing stock has nearly one billion single-pane windows—as well as numerous inefficient doors and—that need to be replaced by more efficient options. The WDS replacement market is expected to grow slowly as consumers weigh the benefits of replacement (comfort, aesthetics) against the high up front costs and long payback period when it comes to energy savings. 

Unlike the appliance and HVAC sectors, WDS markets are not dominated by a few large brands. Because windows and doors often are tailored to an area’s local climate, there are still many smaller companies manufacturing and selling to the local or regional market. With the exception of some Canadian manufacturers importing to the United States, several large OEMs that sell products nationally through regional facilities, and a few luxury windows imported from Europe, most WDS products installed in this country are manufactured domestically. The manufacturing of hardware and components like hinges and locks tends to be more globalized, but there are still multiple U.S. suppliers.

Demand for windows from U.S. consumers is forecast to grow at a 4 percent annual growth rate (an increase in production by 7 million units) through 2019.  Vinyl windows have exploded in popularity and account for 60% of all window units nationally.  Wood windows and exterior doors are still requested – especially for custom projects or higher end homes—but they have increasingly lost market share to plastic-, fiberglass-, and metal-based options. These other materials are better able to deliver on qualities such as durability, cost, energy efficiency, and customization, particularly in regards to color and texture.

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Company Location
MAI Doors Wylie, Texas
Major Industries Wausau, Wisconsin
Manko Window Systems Inc. Manhattan, Kansas
Marlin Windows Spokane Valley, Virginia
Marshfield-Algoma Algoma, Wisconsin
Marshfield-Algoma Jefferson City, Tennessee
Marshfield-Algoma Marshfield, Wisconsin
Marvin Windows and Doors Grafton, North Dakota
Marvin Windows and Doors Warroad, Minnesota
Marvin Windows and Doors Warroad, Minnesota
Marvin Windows and Doors Ripley, Tennessee
Marvin Wood Products Baker City, Oregon
Masonite International Corporation Tampa, Florida
Master Security Doors Pompano Beach, Florida
Mathews Brothers Company Belfast, Maine
MaxCraft Doors Duluth, Georgia
Maxim Skylights Dallas, Texas
McColl Studio Inc. Bellingham, Washington
Meagi Windows and Doors La Puente, California
Medeco Salem, Virginia
Memorial Wood Windows & Doors Houston, Texas
Mercury-Excelum Inc. East Windsor, Connecticut
Metal Window Corporation South Gate, California
MGM Industries Hendersonville, Tennessee
MI Windows and Doors Gratz, Pennsylvania
Midway Windows & Doors Chicago, Illinois
Midwest Manufacturing Eau Claire, Wisconsin
Milgard Manufacturing Inc. Fife, Washington
Minnkota Windows West Fargo, North Dakota
Monarch Materials Group Inc. Adel, Iowa
Monarch Windows & Doors Anniston, Alabama
Monda Window & Door Queens, New York
Monda Window & Door Chicago, Illinois
Moss Supply Ashland, Virginia
Moss Supply Charlotte, North Carolina
Mr. Glass Doors & Windows Medley, Florida
Nana Wall Systems Inc. Corte Madera, California
National Vinyl LLC Chicopee, Massachusetts
Nationwide WIndow & Siding Paterson, New Jersey
Natural Light Energy Systems Phoenix, Arizona
Neuma Doors Houston, Texas
New Era Windows Cooperative Chicago, Illinois
NewPro Home Improvement Solutions Woburn, Massachusetts
Newtec Windows & Doors Chicago, Illinois
Next Dimension Components Inc. Jefferson, Ohio
Nomaco Zebulon, North Carolina
Nomaco Yukon, Oklahoma
Norandex Beloit, Wisconsin
Northeast Building Products Corporation Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Northern Architectural Systems Teterboro, New Jersey