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Marvin Windows and Doors
Marvin Windows and Doors brings its Built around you® philosophy to life with every customer and every solution. A premier manufacturer of made-to-order wood and clad wood windows and doors, Marvin offers the industry’s most extensive selection of shapes, styles, sizes and options to fit the diverse needs of traditional buildings.
Pilkington North America
Pilkington North America manufactures and markets glass and glazing products for the architectural markets.
Allied Window is a manufacturer of "invisible" custom aluminum storm windows for historic and other renovation projects on commercial or residential buildings. Their products have been used extensively on historically certified projects, including Faneuil Hall and The Old State House in Boston, which are owned by the National Park Service.
Ludowici is the premiere manufacturer of clay tile roofing, which can be supplied in a variety of styles, sizes, textures and finishes. Ludowici offers a large variety of colors from our standard product line as well as color customization.
Wiemann Metalcraft is a full service custom ornamental and technical products fabricator serving an international client base. Our strength lies in the knowledge and passion of our employees and our clients recognize that we provide value by creating solutions to meet budget, timeframe and aesthetic considerations on every project.
Crown Point Cabinetry is the premier custom cabinet makers for period style kitchens, baths, offices, laundry rooms, home bars and more!. We are the only cabinet maker that sells direct to homeowners, architects, and custom builders across the country. We handcraft custom cabinetry every day, delivering the finest quality in Shaker, Arts & Crafts, Early American, Victorian and Transitional styles.
For over thirty years, Historical Arts and Casting has been actively involved in the design, manufacturing and installation of ornamental metalwork in the United States and abroad.
Crittall Windows Limited was established over 160 years ago in Braintree, Essex, England. Over the years, Crittall pioneered and standardized the steel window industry and became the dominant source of steel windows and doors internationally with manufacturing facilities on five continents.
Haddonstone is a world-leading manufacturer of high-quality architectural stonework and garden ornaments with factories and showrooms in both the UK and Colorado. Haddonstone’s standard product range offers architects and designers architectural components to meet a broad range of design requirements.
Manufacturer of custom glass interior storm windows for energy conservation and soundproofing. An interior storm window that outperforms almost any replacement, yet maintains the integrity and beauty of your historic windows.
Supplier of dimensional cut limestone, sandstone, and marble for new construction, restoration and landscape projects. Old World Stone has developed a reputation for quality craftsmanship and professional service and earned the respect of design professionals and masonry contractors alike.
Vintage Millwork & Restoration is a team of skilled custom builders, designers, millworkers, and project managers who know the value of using quality materials and time-tested construction practices to create wood doors, windows and timber frame homes, built for durability and beauty.
Mon-Ray is the exclusive manufacturer of DeVAC aluminum windows and Mon-Ray secondary glazing window systems. For over fifty years DeVAC and Mon-Ray products have been industry leaders in high-performance air, water, structural, and acoustical standards.
Kuiken Brothers' Classical Moulding Collection is one of the largest in-stock collections of classic American moulding profiles in the United States. Featuring over seventy historically-inspired moulding profiles, The KB Classical Moulding Collection represents classic American moulding profiles milled and installed in Georgian, Federal, Greek Revival, and Colonial Revival homes over 200 years ago.