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Image     2011 - Champion is purchased by Michael Lentin, and changes its name to Champion Architectural Window and Door to indicate the direction the company is heading. Champion also moves from its previous headquarters in Syosset, NY to its new 100,000 square foot facility in Hauppauge, NY.
2010 - Champion develops a 3 1/4" Single Hung window modeled after its legendary Series 9000 double hung window. This new product offers many configurations within a single master frame and allows for a true single-hung design.
2009 - Champion develops a curved-top 4 1/8" Single Hung window. The company has also designed a 2 7/8" window wall system (Series 8000-N). Champion also offers a tilt-and-turn configuration in its 8000 4-1/2" and 8000-N products (8000-T and 8000-NT, respectively).
2008 - Champion develops its 7700-H impact sliding door and 6700-H impact single hung window due to an increased demand for hurricane products in tropical regions. The company also released its 5045 Series projected/casement windows, featuring a 4 1/2” frame.
2007 - Champion develops and releases the 8000 series window wall system as the expansion of the company’s new construction segment continues. The 2400 double hung window is also introduced as a lite commercial product.
2004 - With the company’s commitment to breaking into the new construction segment, the 7500 architectural/heavy commercial slider is introduced.
  2003 - Previously focusing on manufacturing replacement windows, Champion looks to carry its strong reputation into the new construction area.
  2002 - Champion Window and Door celebrates its 50th anniversary. The 4000/5000 projected windows are developed and added to the existing line of Champion Products. This new line of windows brings Champion toward the era of new construction jobs.
2000 - The Legend 9500 heavy duty commercial window is created. The window is similar to the Legend 9000 but achieves a Heavy Commercial rating. Using the newly developed 9500, Champion is awarded one of the largest window jobs in New York State history at Rochdale Village in Jamaica, Queens.
  1999 - The Century 6500 architectural grade window is introduced.
  1998 - The entire manufacturing area is expanded to 80,000 sq. feet.
The 400/500 Series Terrace Doors are added to the company’s lineup.
  1997 - Champion Window acquires an adjacent building to be devoted to its glazing operations.
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1996 - The Legend 9000 commercial tilt window is introduced.
1990 - Champion is featured on the cover of Better Buildings magazine, celebrating the company’s forty years of growth and success.
1989 - Champion introduces the 1000 sideload window.
1987 - The 2000 slider window is developed.
1984 - The north side of the Syosset location is expanded to keep up with an increasing customer base and demand.
  1983 - In response to changing markets, Champion terminates production of storm windows and focuses solely on the production of its newly developed 2500 window.
  1981 - The 2500 double hung tilt window is added to the company’s product line as its first replacement product.
  1975 - Champion exists mainly as a wholesale company, maintaining a retail facility inside its factory.
  1968 - Champion Window moves to its current location in Syosset, NY.
Image 1952 - Champion is founded by two brothers Nat and Tom Arcati as a manufacturer of storm windows and doors. The company is named Champion because of their love of boxing.