Winners of Integrity Windows and Doors Awards Announced

Integrity Windows and Doors has announced the winners of its 2013 Integrity Red Diamond Achiever Award Program. Five businesses received the honor which recognizes projects exemplifying “design, innovation and quality among builders, remodelers and architects,” according to Integrity.

The Red Diamond Achiever Award Program is judged by a panel of industry experts with diverse backgrounds including Bob Vila, home improvement expert and TV star; Shawn McCadden, an award-winning remodeler, consultant, speaker and columnist; and Christine Marvin, director of marketing for Marvin Windows and Doors, among others.

Integrity will provide each Red Diamond Achiever Award winner and a guest with an all-expense paid VIP trip to Minneapolis and Warroad, Minn., for events including an award presentation; participation in a roundtable discussion with other Red Diamond Achiever Award winners and industry thought-leaders; a private tour of the Marvin Windows and Doors factory; dinner with Susan Marvin, president of Marvin Windows and Doors; and more.

Additionally, each winner will have photos and project information featured on Integrity’s website and social media channels. Winners also will receive a commemorative award, a cash donation in their name to a charity of their choice, and a variety of marketing materials to help publicize their business and this award.

This year’s Integrity Red Diamond Achiever Award Program includes a new element, as well: the People’s Choice Award, which lets the public vote at to determine which of the five winners is ultimately the top project. Voting will open to the public in September.

“As a company with a rich tradition of quality and service, we appreciate businesses like our Red Diamond Achiever Award winners who have selected Integrity products as part of their enduring commitment to excellence,” Felling said. “We couldn’t be prouder knowing Integrity products have earned their trust.”

For information on the winners and their award-worthy projects, visit the Award Program’s website here.