Cornerstone Buys Prime Window Systems

authors QR Staff | May 10, 2021

Cornerstone Building Brands, Inc. (formerly PlyGem) announced it has acquired Prime Window Systems, based in Denver. Prime serves new construction as well as repair-and-remodel markets with vinyl window and door products. A Cornerstone release said the company sees the acquisition as complementing its existing window business by boosting its operations in the Western U.S., as well as adding scale overall. Prime Window generated $60 million in revenue in 2020 from operations in Colorado and Washington.

“The acquisition of Prime Window advances our strategy towards profitable growth and operational excellence,” said Cornerstone CEO James S. Metcalf. “We are joining forces with a well-recognized business and an established customer base that will strengthen our multi-channel offering. Additionally, this acquisition expands our leadership position in highly attractive residential markets, increases our manufacturing scale, and creates new opportunities in the West, making it an ideal fit.” QR

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