Made in the USA,
built for New Zealand
All homes should be warm, dry, and free of mould and mildew. Top quality double glazing can help, which is why we supply high performance windows and doors at a price you can afford.
Made in the United States, our windows and doors are naturally thermally broken, and come standard with many features that are typically expensive upgrades in New Zealand. Every Kiwi home deserves windows that never compromise – let us know how we can help you achieve a warm and dry home!
Getting a quote is easy as
We operate nationwide, and all online. Once you’ve decided on a material and style for your windows and doors, simply send us your measurements and we'll prepare a detailed quote. Our no-pressure sales approach lets you get all the information you need to make an informed decision, without any of the hassle. Best of all, you can do it all online and never have to take time away from work or family for an in-home sales appointment!
Ameribuild can save you heaps
By taking advantage of economies of scale, we can supply high performance windows and doors made in the United States at a price comparable to basic aluminium joinery made in New Zealand. In the competitive North American market, double glazing, insulated frames, low-E glass, argon gas, and insect screens are standard features that are expensive upgrades in New Zealand. We offer these standard features to every New Zealander, saving you heaps!
Our partner, Sierra Pacific Windows
Ameribuild exclusively supplies Sierra Pacific Windows products and is their only authorised dealer located in New Zealand.
Headquartered in Red Bluff, California, Sierra Pacific Windows is a division of Sierra Pacific Industries, the largest millwork producer and second largest lumber company in the United States. With 125 combined years in the window and door business, today Sierra Pacific Windows supports more than 600 dealers, distributors, and company stores across the United States, and exports to over 30 countries. All Sierra Pacific windows and doors sold in New Zealand are manufactured in California or Wisconsin.
To ensure the quality and performance of their products, Sierra Pacific Windows performs their own rigorous quality tests every day. Third-party testing, inspection, and certification also takes place through the United States Window and Door Manufacturer’s Association (WDMA) Hallmark Certification Programme, an international certification programme similar to CodeMark Certification in Australia and New Zealand.
Sierra Pacific has been exporting windows and doors from the United States for over 30 years, with products installed, tested, and proven in over 30 countries around the world, including Australia, Canada, Mexico, China, Japan, Israel, and Korea. Sierra Pacific’s dedicated International Services team provides full-time support for all international orders, ensuring the logistics are as easy and seamless as possible.
As a division of the largest millwork producer and the second largest lumber company in the United States, Sierra Pacific Windows has a truly competitive advantage – they are vertically integrated. Strict control of their seed-to-window manufacturing involves many steps to ensure nothing but the best gets passed on to you. From planted seed to delivered window and door, every style, every feature, every bit of glazing and cladding are made in the United States by people invested in their work.
Sierra Pacific Windows is a division of Sierra Pacific Industries, a third-generation family-owned forest products company. In 1949, its founder, Archie Aldis “Red” Emmerson, along with his father, leased a sawmill and formed R.H. Emmerson & Son. Having acquired more land in the following years, Sierra Pacific Industries was incorporated in 1969. Although Red Emmerson is still involved, his sons, George and Mark, run the business today, with the support of six of Red's grandchildren.
The Sierra Pacific Foundation was established in 1979 by R.H. Emmerson, Red Emmerson’s father. Today, Red's daughter Carolyn serves as Foundation president. The Sierra Pacific Foundation has provided over six million dollars in higher education scholarships to children of Sierra Pacific Industries employees. It also supports youth activities and other organisations in the communities in which Sierra Pacific Industries has facilities.
Sierra Pacific Industries, the parent company of Sierra Pacific Windows, adheres to the environmental protection standards of the Sustainable Forestry Initiative® (SFI), and go beyond the state forestry regulations of California and Washington, where their timber is sourced from. They plant 7 million new trees every year, and will nearly triple the amount of wood growing on their lands in the next 100 years. During that time, average tree diameters will nearly double.