Newpro Replacement Windows Wins Remodeling Magazine’s 2011 Big50 Award

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Newpro replacement windows owner, Nicholas A. Cogliani, has been selected by Remodeling magazine to join the National Remodeling Big50 - an honor bestowed upon owners of remodeling companies that have set exceptionally high standards for professionalism and integrity through exemplary business practices, craftsmanship, and impact in their community or the industry at large.

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Nicholas and Anthony Cogliani

The award recognizes excellence and leadership, and we are privileged to be selected as one of the 50 from companies all over the country to this select group of remodelers.

Nicholas A. Cogliani, owner of Newpro replacement windows, and his son Anthony Cogliani have been selected by Remodeling magazine to join the National Remodeling Big50. The Big50 awards were recently presented at a gala dinner at the Remodeling Leadership Conference in Arlington, VA. The 2011 Big50 winners are featured in the May issue of Remodeling, a national trade publication read by more than 80,000 professional remodeling contractors.

Each year since 1986, the Remodeling Big50 inducts 50 owners of remodeling companies from around the country that have set exceptionally high standards for professionalism and integrity through exemplary business practices, craftsmanship, and impact in their community or the industry at large. Big50 remodelers run successful, often growing, companies of various sizes that have taken the lead in raising industry standards.

The Big50 selection process has become increasingly rigorous in recent years, and the result, Remodeling editors believe, is one of the strongest classes to date. All 2011 inductees “stood up to detailed examinations of their businesses and their books, and they all demonstrated an admirably deft ability to restructure, retrench, and flat-out hustle to remain viable in a challenging economic climate,” according to Remodeling.

“We are very honored to receive this distinction,” says Nicholas Cogliani, Owner of Newpro. “The award recognizes excellence and leadership, and we are privileged to be selected as one of the 50 from companies all over the country to this select group of remodelers.”

Remodeling editors, columnists, industry leaders, and the companies themselves make the nominations each year. Following a lengthy evaluation and interview process, the editors select the 50 individuals from companies nationwide who exemplify the best of the industry that year, and who have something to offer other remodelers in proven practices. Winners are selected in these categories: business savvy, fine design, industry impact, market wise, movers & shakers, niches, sales & marketing, and teamwork. Newpro was selected for the category of industry impact.

Remodeling, published by Hanley Wood, LLC, is the leading publication in the home improvement industry. Designed to address the specific concerns of residential remodeling pros, the magazine is both a business tool and an industry leader for a market that reached nearly $300 billion in 2010.

Newpro is the leading New England window replacement company with over 65 years of experience and three generations of same family leadership. With their own manufacturing facility in Bellingham, MA, Newpro manufactures and installs one of the most energy efficient windows in the country - No other family has made and installed more windows in New England than Newpro. To support the demand for additional exterior remodeling products with the same commitment to quality and energy efficiency, Newpro also offers roofing and siding.

Remodeling Big50 Class of 2011:
http://www.remodeling.hw.net/big50/2011.aspx?company=&names=asc&categorysort=&state=&typeofbusiness=®ion=&category=Industry

Read more at Newpro’s blog:
http://www.newpro.com/blog/newpro-replacement-windows-national-remodeling-big-50-award

For more information contact Newpro directly at 866-573-8310 or visit:
http://www.newpro.com

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