Comfort Bilt Launches Pet Breeze™ Door

February 2017

The Pet Breeze™ Door is a full screen door built with durability and ventilation in mind.
The Pet Screen material is seven times stronger than traditional screen mesh and comes with a pet door built right in. The reinforced metal frame stands up to wear and tear.

Employees Enjoy Free Trip to Carowinds

September 2015

To celebrate Comfort Bilt's success, employees and their families enjoyed a trip to Carowinds.

Arbor Day Annual Tree Handout Begins

April 2015

Each Arbor Day our employees enjoy a free tree to celebrate Arbor Day. 

Glass Security Door Added To Line Up

February 2015

Production lines ​new work with an expanded product line of the Larson Secure Elegance--a full glass security storm door.

Manufacturing Floor Adds 2 Product Lines

March 2012

Comfort Bilt adds two new product lines to their daily schedule.

Expands Production for Larson Manufacturing and Pella Storm Doors

November 2011

​Comfort Bilt expands production lines to include products for Larson Manufacturing and Pella Storm Doors

Comfort Bilt Manufactures Retractable Screens For Genius Screens

February 2010

Comfort Bilt Expands

July 2004

Comfort Bilt adds 110,000 square feet of additional manufacturing space for a total facility size of 194,000 sq​uare feet. 

Comfort Bilt Begins Window Production

July 2000

Comfort Bilt Builds First Door

October 1999

Comfort Bilt Opens in Mocksville, NC

July 1999

Brookings Facility Opened

January 1997

Comfort Bilt, formally known as Accents and later Dakota Services, opened a 55,000 sq. ft. facility in Brookings, SD.

Comfort Bilt was Founded

March 1996

In March 1996, Larson Manufacturing Company started Accents in Brookings, SD. Accents started as a way to build quality doors and windows at a great value. The company is known today as Comfort Bilt.

Larson Manufacturing Company Founded

February 1954

Oscar ​Larson designed his own windows and began a regional door, window, and aluminum awning company called Larson Distributing Company, later known as Larson Manufacturing Company in his hometown of Albert Lea, MN.