Reimagining the Future of Impact-Resistant Windows and Doors
N. VENICE, FL – December 14, 2016 – PGT Innovations (NASDAQ: PGTI) will unveil their new brand name, formerly PGT, Inc., with an eye to the future of the impact-resistant window and door industry and the next generation of cutting-edge new products at the 2017 NAHB International Builders’ Show®.
Bringing together three industry-leading window and door manufacturers — CGI®, PGT® Custom Windows & Doors, and WinDoor® — PGT Innovations combines the impressive technological capabilities of each to create windows and doors that are stronger, safer and smarter. Each brand under the PGT Innovations umbrella shares a deep focus on their customers and pioneering innovative products. With these combined capabilities, PGT Innovations is prepared to continue their legacy of setting unprecedented standards for an entire industry.
“Innovation is at the heart of what we do. It’s how we determine which companies to foster, how we decide which products to develop and how we keep growing,” said PGT Innovations President, Jeff Jackson. “Bringing together these brands allows us to stay at the forefront of innovation and bring cutting-edge new products to market that have never been seen before.”
Also at the show, PGT Innovations will showcase their emerging innovations featuring remarkable products and prototypes that will re-imagine the future of glass windows and doors. These new products will be revealed at the show where visitors will also be able to see the lasting and luxurious products offered by each brand — CGI®, PGT® Custom Windows & Doors, and WinDoor®.
To find out more about the new PGT Innovations, their brands or their booth at IBS 2017, visit: www.pgtinnovations.com/IBS
ABOUT PGT INNOVATIONS:
PGT Innovations (NASDAQ:PGTI), headquartered in North Venice, Florida, creates value through deep customer relationships, understanding the unstated needs of an industry, a drive to create the strongest, safest products on the market, and a commitment to always moving forward. The Company’s trusted brands include CGI®, PGT® Custom Windows & Doors, and WinDoor®. PGT Innovations holds the leadership position in its primary market and is part of the S&P SmallCap 400 Index. For additional information, visit www.pgtinnovations.com.
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