Window Nation Now Ranks as Remodeling Magazine’s 11th Largest Remodeler

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Maryland window company, Window Nation, moves up the ranks to the 11th spot on Remodeling Magazine’s Largest Replacement Contractors list.

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On average, this year’s 170 replacement contractors on the list did 15 times as many jobs as full-service remodelers – about 2,500 a piece.

Maryland-based window company Window Nation has been steadily growing in recent years and has moved up on Remodeling Magazine’s Largest Contractors List this year from number 12 to number 11.

The 2014 Remodeling Magazine’s annual list is comprised of the nation's largest remodeling firms ranked by annual revenue. The magazine categorizes this group’s list mostly by the exterior of homes, such as siding, windows, or roofing and bases the rankings not only on annual revenue, but also projected growth.

Window Nation placed 11th on the list, with the company’s total revenue totaling $36,357,909 with a number of 6,490 jobs. Previously at number 12, they have expanded and seen steady, continuous growth in 2013 through this year.

“On average, this year’s 170 replacement contractors on the list did 15 times as many jobs as full-service remodelers – about 2,500 a piece,” the magazine states. “All told, these 170 companies racked up $2.41 billion in revenue in 2013, and they’re looking to grow that sum by 11.6% this year, hitting $2.69 billion.”

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About Window Nation
Ranked as an Inc500 company and named Top 5 window specialist, Window Nation sells and installs premium replacement windows, doors and siding to residential homeowners in Maryland, Northern Virginia, Northeast Ohio, Delaware, Pennsylvania and New Jersey. With over 15 brands and hundreds of window options, the company takes great pride in the 180,000+ window installations that it completed last year in Maryland, Washington DC, Northern Virginia, and Ohio. Learn more about Window Nation at windownation.com.

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