Custom Painted Vinyl Windows and Doors for New Construction and Replacement Projects
Welcome to MGM Industries' website.
Click on any one of the sub-brands of MGM to enter our extensive product line categories.
If your interested in New construction, click on the SouthernRose Brand; Replacement, click on the
Sienna Brand; and if your interested in our Hurricane and high design pressure product, click on the
At MGM we have tested all of our windows to meet the Energy Star demands required in your market area.
We have compiled a
convenient table for you to determine the configuration to meet your Energy Star needs.
If you want to read a detailed blog article about Energy Star:
More on Energy Star
We have an in-house test wall and we have over 100 years of cumulative engineering talent employed at MGM Industries.
Click on the link above and compare us with the competition.
Over the years we have spent hundreds of thousands of dollars on independent test reports which certify our windows
to Energy Star and International Building Code (IBC) standards. We have the knowledge and expertise to
comply with ASCE7 commercial window standards.
If you want a partner who knows windows and doors. . .
Call the "A Team".
Our windows have twice the product life-cycle of the average wood, aluminum-clad wood, or vinyl-clad wood windows.
How do I know this: they have been installed in my
Uncle's house in Southeast Missouri since 1985 and they look brand new. On top of that, when the competitions windows have failed
because of rot or energy inefficiency, we get called to provide good window and door product. I've seen clad-wood window sashes rotting in the home, and I've seen the sweating
aluminum windows. After 25 years of going on service calls, building windows, designing windows and having product time-tested in the field, it is my humble opinion that our windows are better than wood or fiberglass or aluminum or clad-wood
windows . . . .  Period.
If you can find a better window: . . . . . .Buy it
Abe Gaskins, President,second generation and hands-on American family business co-owner
Lead the Change...Unleash the Innovation...
At MGM Industries we lead the change. We are merging
the gap between vinyl windows and clad-wood windows. Our 8010 Series double hung looks exactly like the traditional
shop-build wood window, and our 8017 Series double hung window looks exactly
like a contemporary clad-wood window. MGM will color match the exterior to the users preference. Nobody has
a window like ours. . . .Nobody!!!
Now MGM offers these products in Bronze and Earthtone
as a standard exterior finish.
Both of these windows will compete with clad wood windows in the new construction arena.
They are also perfect for a complete "tearout" of window replacement window jobs. In this
application the complete window is removed--mainframe and all, which eliminates all rotted wood. To our knowledge, we are the only vinyl window in the
country that has a window for this niche in the market.
At MGM we hit'em where they ain't. . .
Introducing the first Four-panel Telescoping Sliding Door
MGM's design team is bringing the outdoors in with the development of its state of the art, all vinyl four-panel sliding glass door, the MGM Series 9600. With its slim line,
contemporary look, homeowners will delight in their ability to extend their living space to an exterior patio, effectively increasing their interior design options.
With a design pressure of 47 on both structural and water, the Series 9600 is made for the harshest wind loads Mother Nature has to offer. The all vinyl configuration
makes the door perfect for the salt spray environments of the coastal regions and, for exposed applications, its unique panning system will resist the elements.
All panels are operable and both ends are available with handle sets, enabling homeowners to open them from either side.
Vinyl sliding patio doors offer improved energy efficiency, lower maintenance and greater versatility over wood or aluminum.
Ask for: The 9600 Series four-panel door. Which is designed for use in covered porches or transitions from the inside to outside. We recommend a minimum overhang of at least 10 feet.
This door is available in a DP 45 version. This door is designed to withstand coastal design pressures, but we still recommend a minium overhang of at least 10 feet.
Here's a PDF of our unique :panning system which will get allow our doors to pass a DP 45 water load.
We are Green at MGM Industries
At MGM we believe in recycling. All of our "scrap" generated internally is reused in our in-house extrusion operation. We are so advanced in recycling uPVC, that we buy
"end cuts" from the industry thereby removing the burden on the countries landfills. As a result of this program, we absorb more uPVC
"scrap" than we produce. If an Architect or consumer requested it, we have the ability to produce a top quality vinyl window out of 100%
recycled product. If you want to know more, ask us--we would be happy to talk for a long time about recycling, recycled uPVC, and how it
can be made into a better product than virgin uPVC. Most of our product has 20% recycled uPVC in it. This will result in a product that is
weatherable and will have a greater "impact strength" than virgin uPVC. We are environmentally green while at the same time containing our
material costs. It is a win-win situation and it is sustainable. If you have a part or a project that you want us to design and develop
out of recycled PVC, please call us.
Hope you enjoyed this brief video and enjoyed our introduction of MGM Industries. Please check out the balance of our site and give us a call if you have any questions.
At MGM we want your input and feedback. If you find this website informative or have any suggestions on how to make it better, Please shoot Abe
MGM would like to honor Mary England (Mary "E"). As the video say's, Mary is the "glue" that has held MGM together for 40 years.
Mary started working for MGM in 1971 on the storm window line and now coordinates the truck driver's deliveries. She works closely with another
key person at MGM, Mary "B", who schedules the windows and doors in the plant. Below is a link to a local news cast
which was broadcast in December of 2011 celebrating her 40th.