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Founded in 1947 by a pair of World War II veterans working out of a Florida aircraft hangar, MI Windows and Doors still manufactures products that proudly feature the innovation, sleek design, and ambient charm that have made our windows and doors popular for 70 years. The care and personal touch that our company’s founders put into their work during the booming postwar years are still evident in our windows and doors today: You could say it’s part of our heritage. MI has operations in Pennsylvania, Texas and Arizona, and features a talented sales team from coast to coast; our products are available in 43 states. We offer beautifully crafted energy-efficient windows and doors in vinyl and aluminum. We have enduring partnerships at all levels of the fenestration industry because we put people first. With MI, homeowners are happy with their choices. Dealers feel great about selling. Builders and architects take pride in their projects. And team members celebrate their accomplishments. Try us and you’ll see: With MI, you experience clarity.
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Queen Creek, アメリカ
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コメント：Do you know who made the chair?Hi mprosser, I am sorry but this was a model home and we do not know who made the chairs.
コメント：What color is this wall?Hi Troy, the paint color is Benjamin Moore Lenape Trail 1222. Happy painting!
コメント：What is the name of these pretty chairs please? I am looking for sleekHi bookie123, this photo was taken at a model home and unfortunately we do not know where the furniture is from. Although we don't know where the chairs are from, we could very easily tell you where t...
コメント：Can you tell me where the barstools are from? Thanks!Hi Amy, unfortunately the house belonged to a homeowner that was nice enough to let us take a couple pictures of the place. Although we don't know where the barstools are from, we could very easily te...