Insula-Dome Skylights Acquires Roto Frank of America Roof Window

Insula-Dome Skylights of Yaphank, N.Y., announced this week that it has acquired the operating assets of the Roto Frank of America Roof Window manufacturing division of Roto Frank of Chester, Conn. The roof window company is a subsidiary of Roto Frank AG, a world wide manufacturer/distributor of roof windows and fenestration hardware products including Roto Roof Window product.

"Roto Frank reflects a similar integrity with respect both to its products and service. That fact, coupled with its well-established Roto Roof Window, made Roto Frank an excellent fit for our corporate growth plan," Bill Stauffer, chief executive officer of Insula-Dome.

All products formerly known as Roto Roof Windows will be consolidated into the Insula-Dome line of products and will be marketed as Insula-Dome Skylights. The acquisition of Roto Frank will add a number of New England-based employees to the Insula-Dome organization, according to a press release from the company. The employees will be directed by Barbara Larson, the customer service manager for the Northeast region, and Dana Fargnoli, the director of engineering and development.

As a result of the acquisition, Insula-Dome also announced a new customer call center and distribution facility in Essex, Conn. Through the new call center, New England-based customers now have access to an extensive product inventory, knowledgeable product specialists, and a local pick-up and delivery service. Also established in Essex was a new research and development laboratory.

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