Japan, Spain, Italy, France, Turkey.
It is no accident that the countries and cultures that are commonly associated with style, detail, art, and craftsmanship are some of the top international markets for Marvin. Marvin has carefully honed its reputation for a century, and its international demand in both new construction and restoration projects is a testament to that.
Marvin made airwaves following the start of the Great Recession when company management and employees made a deal—no one at the company would lose their job and benefits, but everyone would take a pay cut, from CEO to janitor. Similarly, during good years, all workers partake in the company’s success, as a partly employee-owned venture.
Marvin continues to innovate and inspire. They consult with some of the best designers in the world and continue to release new products that can help transform ordinary rooms into light-filled, heartwarming spaces. Every home—no matter its architecture or location or condition—can benefit tremendously from the beauty and quality of a Marvin window.