Proudly Family-Owned and Operated Since 1955

The Joyce history is as rich as it is heartwarming. Joyce Manufacturing stands as a testament to enduring family values, named after our co-founder’s cherished wife, Joyce. Her legacy of inspiring dreams and achieving them through hard work and dedication still resonates 70 years later.

At Joyce, we specialize in designing and manufacturing premium-quality vinyl sunrooms, replacement windows, and patio doors. Housed in our expansive 165,000 sq. ft. facility, equipped with cutting-edge manufacturing technology, we bring your vision to life, adhering to the highest standards—yours and, of course, Joyce’s.

Committed to excellence in every facet of our business, we collaborate with partners to deliver stylish, durable products that align with the latest trends. Rigorous testing ensures our products are not only beautiful and functional but also structurally sound and energy-efficient.

Above all, our commitment to excellence is rooted in the belief that it’s what you deserve.


Brothers Albert and Gustav Schmidt incorporate Joyce Manufacturing and name it after Albert’s wife, Joyce. They use a one-car garage in Cleveland, OH, as their first shop to create awnings.

Joyce manufacturing's founders


Business grows, and they upgrade to 5,000 sq. ft. facility. The brothers purchase their first roll former to fabricate awning sheets. Over the next decade, machinery is added and Joyce expands. Aluminum railings, columns, and shutters are added to the product line.

How awnings are made


The company purchases property with four buildings in Brook Park, OH, and Joyce introduces a roll-formed flat panoramic roof.

Joyce Manufacturing's old campus


The aluminum sunroom division is launched under 2nd generation family member, Russell Schmidt.

Newly built sunroom on top of deck


Joyce purchases its largest competitor, the Eagle Awning company.

Awnings at a warehouse


After joining the company in 1977, Russell Schmidt, the oldest son of Albert, is named President of Joyce Manufacturing.



The sunroom division is expanded to begin shipping products to Pennsylvania, New York, Michigan, Indiana and throughout Ohio. The Oasis Sunroom brand is launched and fuels sunroom growth into 25 states.

Joyce manufacturing team on top of sunroom roof


After intensive research and development, Joyce introduces the first fully integrated vinyl sunroom.

Geometric sunroom in backyard


Construction begins on an 80,000 sq. ft. building in Berea, OH, and is completed in 2000. Over the next 3 years, expansions add another 40,000 sq. ft.

Joyce history and its newest headquarters


The awning division is sold, making vinyl sunrooms the company’s primary focus.

Joyce manufacturing team on top of sunroom roof


Graef Windows in Youngstown, OH is acquired, initiating the production of a proprietary line of vinyl replacement windows branded as Joyce Windows.

Warehouse with manufactured windows


The Vueline Window and the Arete Patio Door collections are launched.

Home with patio door and new windows


Joyce completes a 20,000 sq. ft. expansion, enabling in-house manufacturing of insulated glass units. This includes cutting-edge technology such as Cardinal Glass Coatings and a fully automated SuperSpacer IG line

Insulated glass warehouse


A 25,000 sq. ft. building addition is completed, enhancing the capacity for sunrooms and windows, bringing the total size of the Joyce campus to 165,000 sq. ft.

Joyce history and its updated campus

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