Headquarters: Waukee, IA
Product lines: Wood, clad-wood, composite, vinyl and aluminum windows, and specialty products for residential and commercial installation. Specialty and egress window configurations for poured concrete walls.
Monarch Holdings is a privately owned company that owns Hurd Windows & Doors. Hurd Windows was previously known as Hurd Millwork. Serving the entire United States, as well as international markets. The company manufactures a full line of vinyl window products in plants in Orrville and Winesburg, OH, offering products for new construction and replacement under the Weather-Seal, NuSash and Comfortmaster brand names. Hurd Windows offers several different window styles including:
- Awning Windows
- Casement Windows
- Double-hung windows
- Horizontal Sliding Windows
- Single Hung Windows
- Special Shape Windows
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