About AMSCO Windows®
Over 70 Years of Integrity and Innovation
More than a half-century in the business has taught us a thing or two about making the best vinyl and composite windows and doors you can put in your home. And thanks to a long history of employee ingenuity and adoption of evolving manufacturing technologies, AMSCO Windows® has been able to stay on the cutting edge of the industry without cutting corners. So you can be sure that every window and door that bears the AMSCO name is the product of years of solid consumer and technological research, creative experimentation, and relentless testing.
Evolving Products for an Evolving Customer
No one knows more about windows than AMSCO: styles, color and hardware options, energy efficiency, and much more. But what truly sets us apart from our competition is the value we place on customer feedback. Today’s consumer is more informed, and more sophisticated, and demands the latest in innovation and design at a reasonable price. This means that we have to work that much harder to make sure every vinyl window, composite window, new construction window, and door that leaves our facility meets our standards – and our customers.
We support our community by preserving the environment – one of the core values at AMSCO Windows®. We recycle many of the materials used in the manufacturing of our products and go to great lengths to keep the environment clean for future generations. All scrap generated in our production process is recycled and sent back to our supplier where it is used in other products. Glass is sent to a filter manufacturer and all paper/cardboard products are bailed and sent to a paper mill.
By finding ways to support the community, it’s our hope that we touch the lives of those around us.
Made in the USA
We at AMSCO take great pride in our products, which have been engineered to provide value, comfort and piece of mind. We proudly manufacture our products in our facility located in Salt Lake City, Utah. In addition, all major raw material components of our products are also made in the United States of America.
We are part of a team helping builders compete in the world market.
Our products have been featured on ABC News’ “Made in America” series on “World News Tonight with Diane Sawyer”.