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Architectural product manufacturer for residential exterior walls: Ply Gem Holdings (PGEM) (2004)

Ply Gem Holdings, Inc. (NYSE: PGEM) was founded in 2004 and is headquartered in Cary, North Carolina, USA, with 8,975 full-time employees. It is a subsidiary of Ply Gem Prime Holdings, Inc., and is a North American company specializing in the production of residential exterior walls. Product manufacturer.

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Ply Gem Holdings (PGEM):

Ply Gem Holdings, Inc. is divided into two parts to operate: Siding, Fencing and Stone (wall panels, fences and stone), Windows and Doors (doors and windows).

  • Siding, Fencing and Stone ——Provide vinyl siding and pedals, steel siding, vinyl and aluminum-based soffit, aluminum decorative wire, honeycomb PVC decoration and molds, J-channels, wide crown moldings, door and window trims F -channels, H-molds, fascia, exterior/internal corner Posts, rain removal systems, vinyl fences, vinyl railings and stone veneer products, as well as injection molded designer products, such as: pebbles, shutters, vents And installation. Its products are mainly sold to new building homeowners, home repairers and remodeling departments. Product brands include Variform, Napco, Mastic Home Exteriors, Mitten, Cellwood, Durabuilt, Ply Gem, Ply Gem Stone, Ply Gem Roofing, Leaf Relief, Leaf Relief Snap Tight, Leaf Smart, and Leaf Logic, as well as its own brand Georgia-Pacific.
  • Windows and Doors ——Provide vinyl, aluminum-clad vinyl, aluminum, wood, composite wood windows and patio doors, as well as steel, wood and fiberglass entrance doors. Product brands include Ply Gem Windows, Simonton Windows, Great Lakes Window, and Ply Gem Canada. It sells products to the new residential construction industry through independent building material distributors, regional/national timber chain stores, builders’ direct/original equipment manufacturers and retail centers; and through independent home improvement dealers, one-stop distributors and Large retail stores are sold to operators who carry out on-site repairs and renovations.
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