Dove Vinyl Windows to Invest $2 Million in Virginia Manufacturing Operation

December 21st, 2010 | Category: Industry News

Dove Vinyl Windows has announced that it will invest $2 million to open a manufacturing operation in Pulaski County, Va. The project will create 100 new jobs.

“The southwest corner of Virginia was chosen as an expansion location due to its proximity to our current customer base and with ideas of further territory expansion,” says Dove general manager Bruce Dove Jr.. “The highway system is ideal for distribution of our products.”

Virginia Gov. Bob McDonnell joined Dove in the announcement.

“Dove Vinyl Windows has come a long way from the small company founded in Pennsylvania 65 years ago. Pulaski County is a strategic location for the company’s first Virginia operation, offering an available manufacturing facility that meets the company’s needs. The new location provides competitive advantage for Dove to meet its customer’s timelines from product manufacture to order delivery,” says McDonnell.

Currently, Dove Industries produces approximately 170,000 vinyl windows per year.

DWM toured Dove’s Pennsylvania plant in 2009.

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  1. I did purchase dove windows, last two years ago. Two of my windows are broken, I would like to be contact back, since it has life time warranty. thanks Ruth r.

  2. How or who can I contract about a bad window

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