PGT Announces The Acquisition Of Hurricane Window & Door Factory Operating Assets

Date: 19 August 2009
Source: Trading Markets
N. VENICE, Fla., Aug 18, 2009 (GlobeNewswire via COMTEX) -- PGTI | Quote | Chart | News | PowerRating -- PGT, Inc. (Nasdaq:PGTI), one of the nation's leading manufacturers of residential impact-resistant windows and doors, today announced the acquisition of the operating assets of Hurricane Window and Door Factory of Fort Myers, FL.

Hurricane Window and Door Factory designed and manufactures The Protector Series, one of the highest air, water and structurally rated vinyl impact product lines for the single and multi-family residential markets.
This acquisition broadens PGT's capabilities in both the vinyl and impact resistant markets, while offering the increasingly critical energy efficiency benefits of vinyl. The products included in The Protector Series provide long term energy and structural benefits, while qualifying homeowners for the government's energy tax credits in the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009. The Series was developed specifically for the hurricane protection market and has some of the highest structural ratings in the industry.

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