Woodgrain Millwork Inc.*
Headquarters: Fruitland, ID
Product Lines: Wood and aluminum-clad windows and doors, cellular PVC windows, and vinyl windows and doors. Pine doors and mouldings.
2013 Top 100 Sales Range Category: Between $300 Million and $500 Million
General Information: With more than 50 years in the millwork business, Woodgrain’s operations produce exterior windows and doors, interior wood doors and a variety of millwork products. The company got its start in 1954 in Cedar City, Utah, adding manufacturing operations, including a pine door plant in Nampa, Idaho.
Woodgrain acquired Windsor Windows & Doors in 1987. Based in West Des Moines, Iowa, the company manufactures wood, vinyl, cellular vinyl and hybrid products, employing more than 700 people. It has two manufacturing facilities totaling 340,000 square feet in Iowa, as well as a second manufacturing facility in Monroe, N.C., with 200,000 square feet of production space. Also part of Woodgrain’s window and door division is Ashworth Doors, formerly known as Atrium Patio Door, which was acquired in 2000. More recent Woodgrain acquisitions include Monarch Windows & Doors, added in 2007. The manufacturer of wood windows and doors serves the Southeast from its 200,000-square-foot plant in Anniston, Ala.
Woodgrain describes itself as one of the largest millwork companies in the world, and the company consists of five divisions with more than 29 manufacturing and warehouse facilities in the United States and South America, and vertically integrated forest operations in South America, as well as a joint-venture plant in Los Angeles, Chile, that produces radiata pine doors. Woodgrain produces a variety of millwork and prefinished components, including interior and exterior door frames.
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