Sierra Pacific Windows acquired the assets of Merrill, Wis.-based Semco Windows and Doors. Sierra Pacific acquired Semco’s 275,000-square-foot manufacturing facility and production equipment. The company said the additional space and equipment will enable Sierra Pacific to expand its production capacity and keep up with nationwide demand for its wood and vinyl products.

“The purchase of these assets will pave the way for some much-needed additional production capacity in both our wood and vinyl product lines,” Sierra Pacific president Tom Takach said in a news release. “The newly acquired manufacturing space represents an additional 25 percent square footage, beyond our existing 1.1 million square feet. While the closure of Semco is very unfortunate, we are grateful for the opportunity to expand and stay ahead of the incredible growth of the Sierra Pacific Windows brand and all our product lines.”

Semco Windows and Doors closed its doors permanently on December 31, 2019 after 80 years of manufacturing wood and wood clad windows, primarily used in log homes, modular/manufactured homes, and custom-built homes. Semco was owned by three generations of the Semling family.

“While Sierra Pacific Windows will not be manufacturing Semco’s products, we are grateful to the Semling family, and will continue to honor their legacy of being a quality window manufacturer, solid employer, and members of the community in Merrill,” Takach said.

Reb Bluff, Calif.-based Sierra Pacific manufactures custom wood and vinyl windows and doors and is a fully vertically-integrated window and door company. The company has a combined manufacturing production space of 1.4 million square feet in California and Wisconsin. The company’s windows and doors are distributed via more than 600 nationwide dealers, distributors, and company-owned locations.