Sierra Pacific Windows
Red Bluff, CA 96080
Sierra Pacific Windows offers a wide selection of energy efficient, aluminum clad wood windows, doors, and timber curtain wall solutions for new construction and remodel & replacement projects for both residential and commercial applications. Our powder coated extruded aluminum to protect our product from the outside, warm-edge spacer technology for our insulated glass at its core, and our CoreGuard wood treatments are the standards that place us above and beyond our competitors for the structures we all live, work, play, and learn in.
Today, we’re one of the biggest and best window & door companies in the world. We have all the styles, features, and curb appeal you could ask for, manufacturing dozens of different windows and doors, in thousands of different sizes, shapes, and operating styles. Our product lines range from single punched openings to customizable window walls to high performance options. We have 3 strategically located manufacturing facilities to deliver your order when and where you need it. In fact, our windows are proudly installed in 30 countries around the globe.
Environmental stewardship is a cornerstone of who we are. Our seed to window approach is made possible by our parent company, Sierra Pacific Industries (SPI). SPI owns 2.1 million acres of forestland in California and Washington State. This allows us to insist on sustained yield forest management and timber harvesting from our wood supplier - us. It’s working so well, in the midst of supplying select wood stock for Sierra Pacific windows and doors that SPI will nearly triple the amount of wood growing on its lands in the next 100 years.
From the moment our tree seedlings are planted until our beautiful clad wood windows are produced, approved and delivered to you, Sierra Pacific Windows is the only fully vertically integrated window company that maintains continuous quality control, www.sierrapacificwindows.com.
DFW Architectural Consultant | Brian Baggett | email@example.com | 512-348-1975
Glazing, Sustainability, Windows