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Almost one year after NCI Building Systems and Ply Gem Building Products merged, the companies will operate under a new name, Cornerstone Building Brands.

The companies say the new name represents the unified commitment to drive future growth and effectively serve customers and communities across North America.

“We are dedicated to our customers and well positioned to lead the residential and commercial markets as Cornerstone Building Brands, and to make positive contributions to the places where people live, work and play,” says James S. Metcalf, CEO and chairman of the board. “Through continued operational excellence and innovation, Cornerstone Building Brands is creating industry solutions that will become the cornerstone of countless communities. Our all-encompassing transformation will drive sales, efficiencies, customer satisfaction, and enhance employee and community support.” 

Cornerstone Building Brands offers a variety of products, including windows, vinyl siding, insulated metal panels, metal roofing and wall systems, and metal accessories. Serving as a one-stop shop for builders and remodelers, the company says its product portfolio will continue to go to market through their existing brand names.

In addition to meeting the needs of its customers, the company says it will continue to implement and execute several community-focused programs, such as the Home for Good project, a campaign that will continue to serve as a key corporate initiative and has helped build and remodel more than 500 homes in 90 communities across the U.S. since 2016.

“The combined strength and balance of our residential and commercial sectors uniquely positions us to lead the market,” adds Metcalf. “We are dedicated to delivering an unmatched portfolio of products and look forward to the positive impact Cornerstone Building Brands will have not only on our customers but also in the fabric of the communities we call home.” 

The new name is expected to be effective following shareholder approval on May 23, 2019.