There are hundreds of window manufacturers in operation. At Midwest Siding Supply we choose to work with companies that make quality products who offer warranties above the industry average. Our vendors all offer many options in style, design and color for the right fit for your home. We represent wood framed windows, fiberglass windows and vinyl windows for all styles of homes and all budgets.
Wood replacement windows are one of the most popular improvements that can be made to a home. Besides reducing noise and energy use, they can increase property value and enhance a home’s appearance. Easy and quick to install, wood replacement windows add value and beauty to any home they’re installed in. Our suppliers are the market leaders in wood windows and offer lots of options and attractive pricing.
Take a look at our suppliers’ offerings and give us a call to discuss your window needs. For additional options in wood windows, visit our window department’s web site, Midwest Window and Door by
Marvin Windows & Doors
Marvin windows and doors have the power to transform the spirit of a room. Each product is made-to-order, one at a time, to your exact specifications. With their customization options, exclusive features, high-performance energy efficiency innovations, and their unmatched personal service at every point in the process, you will be able to find the perfect windows and doors for your project. Midwest Siding Supply and our specialized window department, Midwest Window and Door, have been proud to offer the Marvin Brand since 2004.
Fiberglass has an amazing strength-to-weight ratio, which is one of the reasons why it’s the material of choice for boats*, bridges, guardrails, ladders and hardhats. It’s highly durable, doesn’t leak or corrode, resists rot and resists expanding and contracting in temperature swings. These properties make Ultrex fiberglass 8 times stronger than vinyl and a far more durable material.
Integrity by Marvin
At Integrity from Marvin, they didn’t join the fiberglass window and door industry – they pioneered it. In 1994, Integrity was born from The Marvin Companies’ century-long heritage of service, craftsmanship, and quality with a focus on all-out performance The Integrity brand is Built to Perform®. Their products, made with Ultrex® pultruded fiberglass, feature the industry’s first and only AAMA verified 624-10 finish. Ultrex outperforms and outlasts vinyl, roll-form aluminum, and other composites. Superior material performance and unmatched fast, efficient delivery make Integrity windows and doors a great overall value.
Vinyl replacement windows are one of the most popular improvements that can be made to a home. Besides reducing noise and energy use, they can increase property value and enhance a home’s appearance. Easy and quick to install, replacement vinyl windows are relatively affordable. Our suppliers are the market leaders in vinyl windows and offer lots of options and attractive pricing.
Take a look at our suppliers’ offerings and give us a call to discuss your window needs.
Alliance Vinyl Windows
In 2000 Alliance Vinyl Window became a founding member of the American Window Alliance (AWA). The AWA is a network of regional manufacturers who produce and market the same product under the same brand name. Thus was born a new brand of vinyl windows and patio doors called Alliance Window Systems. The AWA network of independent manufacturers offer its customers the strength of a national network with local support capable of providing the highest level of service to our customer base.
Vinalmax is not only one of the Top 100 window manufacturers in North America, but also one of the fastest growing. With 30+ years of experience, a state-of-the-art manufacturing facility and a relentless commitment to quality and service, they offer one of the widest varieties of wood and vinyl windows available from any single manufacturer. At Vinylmax they purposefully and proudly label our products “Made in USA”. This doesn’t just mean that our factory is in the United States. It means their family is committed to sourcing virtually all of their components from other American manufacturing companies.