At Marvin, we’re driven by this purpose:
to imagine and create better ways of living.
As people spend more time indoors, we recognize that our work isn’t just about building better windows and doors—it’s about opening new possibilities for how people live, work, think and feel inside a Marvin space.
Since the day we opened our doors in 1912 as a family-owned and -operated cedar and lumber company, we’ve looked for ways to help people live better. We continue to evolve by raising the bar, building quality, beauty and simplicity into people’s everyday lives.
We are Marvin, and this is our story — thank you for being part of it.
A natural connection
Warm sunlight, fresh air and a connection to the natural world can instantly change the mood of a home or office. We design our products to make that connection feel seamless—even in the most challenging of spaces.
We are committed to design that is as functional and intuitive as it is beautiful. Crafted with exceptional skill, our products deliver quality you can see, touch, and feel, beauty that brings joy, and performance that stands the test of time.
Rather than meeting expectations, we push ourselves to elevate the standard for excellence. Whether we’re replicating historic millwork, engineering uninterrupted views or improving energy performance, we look for what we can do better — and then we design it.
An open future
We are driven by a spirit of possibility. As needs change and people seek ways to improve their spaces, we must also evolve to meet these needs in new and unexpected ways. For every innovation, we continue to measure our success against how well we help people live happier and healthier lives.
History of Marvin
For over 100 years, Marvin has been a family-owned and -led window and door manufacturer helping people live happier and healthier in their homes.
We put people first — not just in how we design, but in how we build for the future. We commit to long-lasting and trusting relationships with our employees, customers, partners and communities, and are there for them when they need us most.
Committed to sustainability
We’re used to taking the long-term view, and we recognize that a serious commitment to sustainable operations is just good business. We are committed to sustainable business practices, both for the environment and for the communities in which we operate.
At Marvin, sustainability goes beyond “green” business practices. This year, we were recognized with two prestigious awards related to our building: NAIOP – Presented by the Colorado Chapter of the Commercial Real Estate Association and ULI – Urban Land Institute.
As we work towards more sustainable manufacturing of our products and construction of our building, we also making efforts to build sustainable communities across the United States, where Marvin products are manufactured.
Putting Communities First
Inc. Magazine, known for its annual ranking of the fastest-growing companies, named Marvin one of its 2022 Best in Business honorees. The list highlights businesses that demonstrate foresight, caring, and dedication to prioritize positive impact — for clients and customers, community, industry, environment, and even on society as a whole. This recognition couldn’t speak more clearly to our values and guiding principles and it’s an honor to be included.
Together, we can help people live better through beautiful design and exceptional quality.” – Paul Marvin CEO
A recognized leader
We don’t set out to win awards, but we are honored when we do.
At Marvin, our values define who we are and who we strive to be. If you have a question or feel that we have failed to live up to these commitments, we invite you to use our EthicsPoint Helpline. The EthicsPoint Helpline is staffed by an independent third party and you can report anonymously.