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Thermal was owned by Atrium windows. Atrium is known to be a low cost producer, often of new construction windows. Thermal Industries invented insulated windows long ago, but they’ve had management struggles and as of 202o they’re out of business.
Not really. The windows were fine, but the company has faced challenges over the years and they are now out of business. Keep in mind there is another small manufacturer called Thermal that is based in Oklahoma. These two businesses are not the same even though they have very similar names.
That’s their story, but it’s not very relevant to customers in this day and age. The company called Thermal Industries faces several challenges over the years. They were acquired by Atrium windows at some point but they still went out of business during Covid.
Interestingly the website is now full of google ads. Rather that just shutting off the website it appears they’re still trying to make a nickel from google ads which is something you don’t see every day.
Yes. Thermal Industries was owned by Atrium before they went out of business. There are other companies with similar names. There’s a Thermal windows in Oklahoma and an American Thermal in Chicago. These are separate companies with similar names. The original company called Thermal Industries is no longer in business.
Yes. If you have Thermal Industries windows you’re in a tough spot. There will likely be no warranty support or access to spare parts. Thermal Industries was owned by Atrium which is owned by Ply Gem which is owned by Cornerstone Brands. Over the last few years there has been a lot of consolidation in the window business. Many brands that were once independent are now related. It appears the relationship with Atrium and Ply Gem didn’t help to save Thermal Industries.
You should contract Atrium and let us know how it goes. Thermal Industries is now out of business but they were owned by Atrium. It’s possible that Atrium windows will still be able to provide replacement parts. If you attempt this please post a comment to let us know how it goes. I’m sure you won’t be the only person in this situation so other readers will be looking for the same info.
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