Inside Looking Out


Midwest Home published an article telling the story of how Marvin Windows and Doors came to be the company it is today. It all started when George G. Marvin arrived in Warroad, MN in 1904, to begin managing the grain elevator. He would later transform the town, capitalizing on the lumber industry and establishing the Marvin Lumber & Cedar Company. With a foundation of strong values and the help of George’s oldest son William S. “Bill” Marvin, the business persisted through even the most trying of times, and grew to become Marvin Windows and Doors.

Editor Mike Berger took a trip to Warroad to see where it all began, touring the facility and learning all about Marvin and its history. To read the full article, visit