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Our History


Screenco was founded by three friends Jim Figliomini, Ed Tansley and Tony DiProspero. The original product line was rollformed screen frames, window screens and sliding patio door screens.


The business was purchased by Eva Ryterband and Jennifer Small.


Screenco relocated north of Hwy 7 to our current facility on Millway Avenue, Concord, close to many of Ontario’s window and door manufacturers.


Screenco opened a distribution facility in Calgary as a gateway to Western Canada so that we could properly service the Alberta, Saskatchewan and British Columbia markets.


Screenco establishes partnerships with Hi-Tech Glazing Supplies (now a division of Richelieu Hardware) located in Surrey, B.C, Wearing Williams in Winnipeg, Manitoba, All Glass Parts in Edmonton, Alberta, and Pleasantside Distribution in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan.


Eva Ryterband retires, Jennifer Small becomes sole owner.


Screenco acquires Alumaroll in Sheboygan, Wisconsin. This is our first footprint in the US and provides us with a centralized position in the Midwest. The region is well known for its long history of window and door manufacturing.


Screenco acquires Groupe Promax in Quebec City, the largest manufacturer of patio door screens in Canada.


Screenco expands its Vaughan facilities and establishes an additional 20,000sq/ft plant for manufacturing.


Screenco acquires assets of Screens of Mass Construction and Quality Screen Company, with locations in Dallas, Texas and Las Vegas, Nevada. This acquisition expands Screenco’s product offering to include solar screens and porch enclosure systems.