Industry Businesses Among Fastest-Growing U.S. Companies

August 23rd, 2017 by Editor

The door, window and glass industries once again have a strong presence in Inc. Magazine’s Inc. 5000 ranking of America’s fastest growing private companies this year. The annual list was released last week. It includes manufacturers and installers of doors, windows and glass.

Western Window Systems made the list for the fourth year in a row.

“Our team’s unwavering focus on designing, building, marketing, and selling doors and windows of the highest quality is the No. 1 reason for our sustained success,” says Scott Gates, president and CEO of Western Window Systems. “We’re very excited to be recognized by Inc. for the fourth straight year.”

Adler Windows of New York City is another company that has pulled off four consecutive years on the Inc. 5000 list. Window World of Baton Rouge, La., also made the list for the fourth time. It was previously in the Inc. 5000 in 2011, 2012 and 2016.

Additionally, two companies that were featured in DWM‘s Fastest-Growing Dealers for 2017 from the magazine’s June-July issue are on the list: Paul Ryan Windows (No. 377) and Tundraland Home Improvements (No. 1147).

And finally, past Fastest-Growing Dealer honorees Window Nation, NewSouth Window Solutions and Drexel Building Supply made the Inc. 5000 this year. It’s NewSouth’s first appearance on the list; Drexel has made it for the eighth time and is now in the Inc. 5000 hall of fame. Window Nation is on the list for the second time. It last made the cut in 2014.

Here are the companies that made the cut in 2017:

HomeStar Remodeling (Wilmington, Del.) — No. 130
Profile: “A contractor that installs siding, doors, roofing, and windows.”
2016 revenue: $3.6 million | 3-year growth: 3,074 percent | Employees: 29

Wildwood Roofing and Construction (Ellisville, Mo.) — No. 164
Profile: “Specializes in roofing, siding, gutters, and exterior work for residential and commercial customers.”
2016 revenue: $3.5 million | 3-year growth: 2,510 percent | Employees: 6

Paul Ryan Windows (Porter, Texas) — No. 377
Profile: “Sells and installs windows for commercial and residential clients.”
2016 revenue: $6.9 million | 3-year growth: 1,145 percent | Employees: 13

California Energy Solutions (Hawaiian Gardens, Calif.) — No. 454
Profile: “Provides solar installations, energy efficiency consulting, HVAC services, and window and door replacements.”
2016 revenue: $3.1 million | 3-year growth: 966 percent | Employees: 24

Tundraland Home Improvements (Kaukauna, Wisc.) — No. 1147
Profile: “Performs home remodels, specializing in sunrooms, bathrooms, replacement windows, and decks.”
2016 revenue: $29.1 million | 3-year growth: 366 percent | Employees: 157

Western Window Systems (Phoenix, Ariz.) — No. 1777
Profile: “Manufactures windows and doors. Designs insulated glass and full-wall door systems, focusing on residential, prefab, retail, commercial and educational projects.”
2016 revenue: $89.8 million | 3-year growth: 218 percent | Employees: 305

Homefix Custom Remodeling (Baltimore, Md.) — No. 2091
Profile: “Provides home remodeling services.”
2016 revenue: $70 million | 3-year growth: 176 percent | Employees: 400

INTEX Millwork Solutions (Millville, N.J.) — No. 2207
Profile: “Specializes in the design and fabrication of custom PVC trim and millwork.”
2016 revenue: $13.6 million | 3-year growth: 165 percent | Employees: 50

Adler Windows (New York, N.Y.) — No. 2390
Profile: “New York City based window and door supplier and installer, specializing in custom-made, historic and energy efficient projects.”
2016 revenue: $18.4 million | 3-year growth: 152 percent | Employees: 94

NewSouth Window Solutions (Tampa, Fla.) — No. 2447
Profile: “Manufactures custom replacement doors and windows.”
2016 revenue: $41.6 million | 3-year growth: 146 percent | Employees: 155

Window Nation (Fulton, Md.) — No. 2767
Profile: “Sells and installs name brand windows in the DC Metro, Virginia and Maryland areas that are backed by a comprehensive warranty.”
2016 revenue: $69.7 million | 3-year growth: 124 percent | Employees: 175

Florida Home Improvement Associates (Hollywood, Fla.) — No. 3023
Profile: “Sells windows, doors, kitchens components, insulation, exterior paints, and solar products and provides installation.”
2016 revenue: $56.6 million | 3-year growth: 110 percent | Employees: 500

El Dorado Glass (El Dorado, Ariz.) — No. 3811
Profile: “Furnishes and installs glass for commercial storefronts, residential windows, overhead doors, and heavy glass showers.”
2016 revenue: $3.4 million | 3-year growth: 77 percent  | Employees 18

Power Home Remodeling (Chester, Pa.) — No. 4126
Profile: “Provides energy-saving and environmentally friendly exterior remodeling services to homeowners, including improvements to doors, roofing and attic insulation.”
2016 revenue: $402.2 million | 3-year growth: 66 percent | Employees: 500+

Drexel Building Supply (Campbellsport, Wisc.) — No. 4140
Profile: “A building supply company with expertise in building materials, home design, roofing & siding, trusses & wall panels, millwork & doors, windows, pole buildings, decks, cabinets, countertops, flooring and window treatments.”
2016 revenue: $143.5 million | 65 percent  | Employees: 310

Window World of Baton Rouge (Baton Rouge, La.) — No. 4282
Profile: “A window replacement company with over 200 locations around the Gulf Coast region of Louisiana, including New Orleans, Lafayette Houston.”
2016 revenue: $67.1 million | 3-year growth: 61 percent | Employees: 138

Classic Home Improvements (Escondido, Calif.) — No. 4933
Profile: “A remodeling and design-build company that provides additions, roofs, windows, exterior coating, and bathrooms.”
2016 revenue: $3.3 million | 3-year growth: 43 percent | Employees: 20

 

 

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