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Fenestra welcomes new member-owners

April 7, 2016  By Fenestra

April 7, 2016 – The Fenestra Purchasing Co-op is pleased to welcome Les Fenêtres Québécoises Inc. of St-Hyacinthe, Quebec, PF Expert Inc. of St-Jean-sur-Richelieu, Quebec, and Huron Window Corporation of Morden, Manitoba as the most recent Member-Owners to join the group.

Since 1993, PF Expert Inc. has operated as a high-end manufacturer of custom windows and doors. Thanks to its team of dedicated and skilled workers, commitment to quality and its expertise gained over the years, PF Expert Inc. has well-positioned itself in the market of windows and doors in the Greater Montreal region.

A family business founded more than 35 years ago, Les Fenêtres Québécoises Inc., is distinguished by its personalized service and its high quality products. Les Fenêtres Québécoises Inc., always on the cutting-edge of technology, manufactures a range of products adapted to new trends and continues to be a regional windows and doors industry leader. Les Fenêtres Québécoises Inc.’s Co-President, Jordan Desmarais says “In the short term, increasing our buying power and the networking generated by joining Fenestra were the predominant factors in our decision to move forward. We especially believe this decision will have beneficial effects on the long-term for our company.”

Staying true to their values of customer satisfaction and high quality products, Huron Window Corporation is Central Canada’s hub for premier designed and manufactured residential and commercial windows and doors. The Manitoba based manufacturer has been family-owned and operated since 1980 and will continue with Fenestra on their path to customer satisfaction. Brodie Fehr, Corporate Sales of Huron says “Joining the Fenestra group and using the benefits they offer is a positive step for our business…but the big picture?…like our philosophy at Huron Window Corporation, we associate with window and door manufacturers from across the country that build on quality.”

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