Randy Emerson, Cascade Windows

Cascade Windows, a privately held vinyl window and patio door manufacturer, has announced that it has merged with Tualatin, Ore.-based Empire Pacific Windows.

“I feel Empire Pacific Windows is a strong fit for Cascade because both firms share a true dedication to their products and customers,” says Randy Emerson, president/CEO of Cascade Windows. “The impact of this merger for Cascade Windows customers, as well as the existing Empire Pacific Window Customers, will be an expanded product selection, quicker lead-time, better research and development, more immediate delivery dates and expansion into new markets.”

Over the next 12 months, Cascade will be implementing new changes resulting from the merger, according to the release. Cascade will now operate the former Empire Pacific Windows plant in Tualatin in addition to its Troutdale, Ore., Spokane, Wash., and Salt Lake City locations.

“We are very happy to join Cascade Windows, their culture is a great match for Empire Pacific and we are happy to be a part of this positive growth company,” adds Justin Kent, president of Empire Pacific Windows. “The combined entity will allow us to better serve our customers with greater resources.”

Peter Graham of Empire Pacific confirmed that the merger had occurred, but declined to comment further. Emerson was not available for comment at press time.

Terms of the transaction have not been disclosed.



  1. I have a empire pacific sliding glass door and the door handle broke . how can I get a replacement

  2. I have cascade windows on my home with a lifetime warranty. Cornerstone now has purched both EPI and Cascade windows. I’m having a hard time getting them to honor your warranty. Can yoiu help with this? Please advise

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