Wasco Skylights to Open New Plant in Nevada

Wasco Skylights will open a new manufacturing facility in Reno, Nevada, by next April in hopes of expanding its distribution west of the Rocky Mountains and keeping pace with industry giant Velux, company CEO Jeff Frank says.

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About 5% of Wasco's business now comes from the dozen states west of the Rocky Mountains, Frank says, a market that represents about 26% of all construction spending.

Wasco, founded in 1935 as a flashing company in Cambridge, Massachusetts, currently produces a line of residential and commercial skylights from a single plant in Wells, Maine. (For Martin Holladay's review of Wasco skylights, see New Green Building Products.)

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