JELD-WEN Launches New Partnership with Building Products, Inc.

A new strategic partnership between JELD-WEN and Building Products, Inc. (BPI) is about to change the window and door market in the Midwest.

Effective today, window and door dealers throughout the Midwest will be able to purchase the entire JELD-WEN product line – vinyl windows; wood windows made with solid pine AuraLast® – the wood that does not rot; IWP® Custom Wood and Aurora® Custom Fiberglass doors; Architectural and Pro Series Fiberglass doors; Steel doors; stile and rail and molded interior doors – from Building Products, Inc.As a JELD-WEN full line distributor, BPI will offer the broadest selection of window and door products made available in the Midwest by one manufacturer and one distributor in the millwork industry.“JELD-WEN customers throughout Iowa, Nebraska, South Dakota, North Dakota, Minnesota, Wisconsin, northern Missouri, and western Illinois will benefit from the service and convenience afforded by this partnership, at a very competitive price,” said Matt Brehm, JELD-WEN director of sales. “Partner dealers will also benefit from BPI’s complete prefinishing capabilities through its remodeled millwork operations.”“Delivering complete solutions to our customers is key,” said Lee Schull, president of BPI. “That’s why we are so excited to provide the entire JELD-WEN® window and door offering to the BPI customer base; backed by BPI logistics, our College of Knowledge specialists, and the JELD-WEN field specialists.With JELD-WEN, we’ve created the ultimate window and door resource in the industry."


For more than 50 years, JELD-WEN has built its reputation as one of the world’s most reliable manufacturers of windows and doors. Today the company offers a full breadth of stylish windows and doors, and has earned numerous awards and endorsements for dependability, innovation and excellence. With a strong commitment to sustainability, JELD-WEN also is a recognized leader in manufacturing energy efficient products – providing solutions that deliver exceptional value for builders, architects and homeowners all over the globe. JELD-WEN has been an ENERGY STAR<® Partner since 1998. For more information about JELD-WEN, or to find a dealer, visit or call 800-877-9482.

600450 JELD-WEN Launches New Partnership with Building Products, Inc.
Date: 18 July 2014
Source: JELD-WEN

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