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Wednesday, Jan 20, 2016
  The NAHB International Builders' Show is happening in Las Vegas, Nevada, from January 19 through January 21. Considered the largest annual light construction show in the world, it attracts every year 50,000 visitors from more than 100 countries. The International Builders Show brings together the industry’s most important global manufacturers and suppliers as it represents the...Read More
Tuesday, Dec 2, 2014
The results are out and Brombal USA's Steel and Bronze windows and doors go straight to the top of their class! After being the first manufacturer to certify their units to Miami-Dade specifications for hurricane and Water, Brombal has just wrapped up certification of both its OS2 and EBE65 product line in all of it's combinations - Powder Coated Galvanized Steel, Stainless Steel, Cor-ten...Read More
Monday, Nov 24, 2014
CoorItalia’s partner for all steel windows and doors is the historic Brombal Company, which is the world’s largest thermally broken Steel, CorTen, and Bronze window and door manufacturer. It was founded in 1970 by Pietro Brombal in a small town in Northern Italy and it has always been extremely flexible in adapting to the different requests and designs proposed by the clients. Over the years...Read More
Wednesday, Oct 15, 2014
Brombal has launched a new line! It's called ESSENTIALS and it features an exciting product that will provide you with more opportunities to sell Brombal on those tighter budget projects. Here's a quick rundown on the differences between ESSENTIALS and LUXURY lines: ESSENTIALS    - up to 20% less on operating units  - welded aluminum L or sloped glazing beads ...Read More
Monday, Sep 1, 2014
After over 10 years in San Carlos, CoorItalia has recently moved to a brand new showroom in San Francisco's Design District. We have doubled our showroom space and have separated our Windows & Doors Exhibit Area from the Architectural Elements Area. The Showroom and Offices were designed by Nicole Hollis to avoid the usual pitfalls of many showrooms that become harlequin mishmashes...Read More