GRATZ, Penn. — MI Windows and Doors has finalized its acquisition of Milgard Windows & Doors from Masco Corporation. The acquisition combines two of the top brands in the residential window industry, the company announced in a press release.
“MI and Milgard align culturally, complement each other’s strengths, and allow for geographic expansion of our already popular product lines,” said MI CEO Matt DeSoto. “Combining these two companies is great for everyone involved—our teams, our customers, our suppliers, and our local communities.”
“MI and Milgard share a similar culture defined by a hardworking, entrepreneurial spirit and more than 100 years of combined manufacturing experience and innovation. Both companies have grown considerably, but neither has lost the family-first values, window expertise, and customer focus that helped get them where they are today,” the press release read.
“This is an exciting time for our businesses and our industry. We are excited to be joining the MI family and together we will achieve our Vision to become the most valuable brand in the fenestration industry,” said Milgard President Vishal Singh.
Founded in 1947, MI Windows and Doors is a supplier of precision-built and energy-efficient vinyl and aluminum windows and sliding patio doors. With plants in Arizona, Pennsylvania, and Texas, MI offers products for both the new construction and replacement markets.
Milgard Windows & Doors, founded in 1958, offers a full line of vinyl, wood, fiberglass, and aluminum windows and patio doors for builders, dealers, and homeowners, backed by a Full Lifetime Warranty, including parts and labor. Milgard has plants in California, Colorado, Oregon, Texas, and Washington and has more than 3,300 points of distribution.