Fenestration, Construction Companies Make Inc. 5000 ListAugust 29th, 2014 by Editor
More than half a dozen remodeling and fenestration companies made Inc. Magazine’s annual Inc. 5000 list, which ranks the fastest-growing private companies in America.
Leading the way for the industry is Four Seasons Home Services, a home-improvement and remodeling contractor, ranked No. 393. The company is based in Crestwood, Ill. and increased its revenue from $1.2 million in 2010 to $15.6 million in 2013 – a growth of 1,191 percent – while adding 55 employees.
At No. 1,762 overall is Western Window Systems, a door and window manufacturer that provides innovative designs such as insulating glass and full-wall door systems for commercial and residential customers. The Phoenix, Ariz.-based company boosted its revenue 236 percent in three years, going from $8.4 million in 2010 to $28.2 million in 2013 and adding 122 jobs in that span.
Middleton Wis.-based WTS Paradigm, a company that provides configuration, quoting and ordering technology for the building products industry, was ranked at No. 2608. The company added 137 jobs in three years after experiencing a growth from $7.5 million in sales in 2010 to $18.3 million in 2013, a 144 percent increase.
Adler Windows, which specializes in replacement doors and windows for multifamily, commercial and residential buildings, ranked No. 3,297 on Inc.’s list with a 103 percent growth from 2010-13. Over those three years, the Jamaica, N.Y.-based business added 33 jobs and increased its revenue from $3.9 million to $7.9 million.
After experiencing a 96 percent growth over three years, Power Home Remodeling Group ranked at No. 3,468. The Chester, Pa.-based company, which provides energy-saving doors and other remodeling services, went from 2010 sales of $124 million to 2013 sales of $242.6 million.
Based out of Irving, Texas, M3 Glass Technologies made the list at No. 3,988 overall. The company, which experienced a 75 percent growth in three years, produces architectural glass products such as frameless shower doors, glass balustrades, glass flooring and decorative glass. M3 added 38 jobs from 2010-13 and increased its revenue from $8.6 million to $15.1 million in that span.
Drexel Building Supply, a Campbellsport, Wis.-based company that provides building materials and services to professional contractors and homeowners, made the list at No. 4,365. In the years 2010-13, the company went from $53.3 million in revenue to $86.8 million in revenue while adding 200 employees.
Window Nation, a company that sells and installs name-brand windows in the DC Metro, Va. and Md. areas, was listed at No. 4,832 after experiencing a 48 percent three-year growth from $21.1 million in 2010 to $31.2 million in 2013. During that time, the Glen Burnie, Md.-based company added 61 employees.
Coming in at No. 4,950 was Beloit, Wis.-based ABC Supply, a distributor of windows and other select exterior building products. ABC grew 44 percent from 2010-13, increasing its revenue from $3.4 billion to $4.9 billion in that span, adding 1,168 jobs in the process.
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