Pella Corporation acquires Win-Dor
December 29, 2022 | 9:07 pm CST

Pella Corporation, a leading window and door manufacturer and designer, has acquired Win-Dor, LLC, a vinyl window and door manufacturer located near Brea, California. 

“Having served the market for more than 30 years, the Win-Dor team has a deep understanding of customer needs, possesses a skilled workforce and capacity for continued growth, and embraces a culture of caring, quality and excellence similar to Pella’s,” said Tim Yaggi, president and CEO, Pella Corporation. 

Win-Dor is sold nationally and specializes in expansive, multi-panel door systems. The brand and product offering will deepen Pella’s industry-leading vinyl portfolio. The demand for vinyl multi-panel doors is expected to grow as consumer demand for home remodeling projects persists. 

Pella plans to take Win-Dor to the next level of growth with resources to expand its business – increasing production, hiring new team members, and improving process and productivity. Win-Dor team members, about 200, will continue to work for the company, serving its current customers through the Win-Dor brand name. 

“We are excited to be a part of the Pella family. It is both a strategic and cultural fit that will enable our business and our people to grow. Pella has an outstanding reputation, and we’re pleased to be part of a strong organization with a rich history in the window and door industry,” said Gary Templin, co-founder of Win-Dor. 
Keystone Capital Markets served as the exclusive financial advisor to Win-Dor, Inc. throughout the acquisition process.
 

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