History

Point Five’s success is the result of a philosophy of innovation, dedication to the highest quality standards and the commitment to truly accommodate the needs of the communities we serve. In recognition that fortunes can change on the smallest oversight, the company dedicates itself to the basic principles of renewal and continuing improvement of products, processes and operations to ensure that we continue the tradition of unparalleled quality, service and commitment that has brought Point Five® continuing success.

Point Five Windows 1981

1981

Point Five Windows was founded in 1981 in Fort Collins, Colorado with a commitment to low air infiltration window products. The name itself divided high performance Class A units from the rest of the market.

Point Five Windows 1983

1983

Point Five expanded the challenge to include wood windows with modern high performance and historic replication. After completing several projects listed in the National Registry of Historic Landmarks, Point Five's reputation for quality and flexibility grew among the architectural community.

Point FIve Windows 1989

1989

Point Five's focus shifted from the historical market to ultra high end residential. The first significant residential project was a 50,000+ square foot home in Aspen, Colorado for the Saudi Arabian ambassador to the United States.

Point FIve Windows 1991

1991

Point Five became the first, and only company in the nation to offer custom copper clad windows and doors as a standard. With this demand, Point Five expanded into the luxury estate market throughout the United States.

2008

Point Five was acquired by Kolbe & Kolbe Millwork Co., Inc., a premium quality window and door manufacturer located in Wausau, Wisconsin, which has been in business since 1946. www.kolbewindows.com  

Point Five Windows Today

TODAY

Point Five primarily works with architects and builders of exceptional custom homes around the country, many of which are more than 25,000 square feet. These prestigious residences typically are located in resort and vacation destinations from Malibu to Aspen to Kiawah Island and the Bahamas.