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Coastal Door and Window

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Headquartered in Mobile, AL, Coastal Door and Window (formerly Coastal Millwork) was started in 1969 by Ben M. Radcliff who was a General Contractor that had a need for a new millwork supplier. In the beginning the business was located in a shed where cabinets for banks, churches, hospitals and office buildings were built.

Several years later, the company started manufacturing architectural mouldings and custom doors for the commercial market. In 1980, it began pre-hanging doors and selling stock moulding to the residential market along with architectural millwork.

The company moved into a new facility in 2001. All production is in Mobile with showrooms in Fairhope, AL, Pensacola, FL, Destin, FL, and Gulfport, MS.

Coastal Door and Window sells quality doors, windows, mouldings, and stair parts to the commercial and residential market. The company also takes pride in custom work and offers a department specializing in custom doors and moulding. With extensive experience in historical reproductions, the company has the ability to manufacture doors and mouldings to match the original profile.  An example of this is the renovation of the Alabama State Capitol in Montgomery, AL.

While providing service with a competitive price and quality products, Coastal focuses on the value of excellent design and a commitment to servicing the client’s needs.

Coastal Doors & Window

Representative: Lee Goodloe
Office Number: 251-666-7306
Company address: PO Drawer 190579 Mobile, AL 36619
E-mail address: sales@coastaldoorandwindow.com
Website: www.coastaldw.com

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