Accurate Door & Window growing in Norwich

NORWICH, Conn. – Family-owned commercial window glazing company Accurate Door & Window recently completed renovations to its 6,800-square-foot building in Norwich, a step up from its original 3,000-square-foot facility just a couple of blocks away. The old structure will now serve as a storage and overflow workspace.

The company purchased the building in May for $178,000 and opened for business in late June after crews ripped out gym locker rooms and bathrooms and reshaped interior spaces to house the company’s main window and door fabrication operation, with an office, meeting room and new storefront windows.

Founded in their home in 2000 by Kim and Doug Jacobik, the company now employs 15, and, according to the owners, growth has been steady. Accurate Door & Window has four major projects in the works with three schools in Connecticut and the Danbury courthouse.

Photo courtesy of Accurate Door & Window

Source: The Day

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