Phifer Incorporated is a leader in the insect screen, solar control fabrics, drawn wire, engineered products and designed fabrics industries. As the world’s largest producer of aluminum and fiberglass insect screening, Phifer has capitalized on its wire drawing and textile weaving expertise to flourish in these and other related markets. Our products keep pace with technological innovations and design trends, and our workforce reflects the diversity, international versatility and customer service commitment expected in today’s marketplace.
The Phifer Tradition
In 1952 J. Reese Phifer established Phifer Incorporated in Tuscaloosa, Ala. (USA) as a weaver of aluminum insect screening. Today, the company is the world’s largest producer of aluminum and fiberglass insect screening products. When Phifer began production in 1952, the two main goals were to excel in quality and in service. Phifer has kept this commitment to our customers for more than six decades and remains dedicated to continuing to provide quality products and quality service for years to come.
Throughout the years, the company’s weaving expertise has broadened and expanded to include a wide variety of innovative woven fabrics. Phifer’s interior sun control and exterior sun control fabrics offer heat reduction at window areas for both commercial and residential applications.
Stylish, high-performance designed fabrics for use in outdoor furniture, cushions and umbrellas, include an array of intricately woven fabrics in dobbies, wicker, stripes, jacquards and various blends that reflect the latest fashion trends.
With more than 60 years of wire drawing experience, Phifer has developed drawn wire products for traditional and specialized applications. Working to meet manufacturers’ custom needs worldwide, Phifer manufactures engineered products of metal and textile meshes for a wide variety of industrial applications.
Master weavers, Phifer also manufactures woven products for specialty markets including pet care, filtration, contract furniture, wall covering, automotive, ventilation, reinforcement, awning and marine.
Phifer’s commitment to its customers extends to its commitment to protect the environment. We offer a broad range of products to reduce solar heat gain, to preserve interior surfaces and materials, to improve the indoor air quality of home and work environments, and to protect natural resources by conserving energy. With our GREENGUARD Certified interior sun control fabrics and our 100 percent recyclable fabrics, Phifer continues to thrive as an environmentally responsible company.
Phifer Incorporated continues to lead and diversify in the insect screen, solar control fabrics, drawn wire, engineered products and designed fabrics industries.
Our mission is to be a strong world-class competitor by building excellent quality into our workplace, products, and services. This is essential for the success of our employees, customers, suppliers, company, and community. We will work with our suppliers and customers to provide products and services that meet or exceed expectations.
Phifer will commit resources, provide training, and develop communications to create an environment in which each individual can contribute skills, talents, and ideas to a never-ending process of improvement, problem solving, and innovation in all aspects of our business.
Primary manufacturing and corporate offices are located in our state-of-the-art facilities in Tuscaloosa, Alabama U.S.A. Additional warehouse, production or subsidiary operations are in Fayette, Alabama, California, Italy, India (www.phiferindia.com) and Asia. Phifer exports all products worldwide and has a full international sales and traffic staff. Phifer Incorporated is ISO registered and is an equal opportunity employer. In the manufacture and distribution of its products, Phifer complies with all applicable local, state, federal and international laws and regulations. Phifer’s specific policies are included here.
Phifer Incorporated complies with Section 1502 of the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act, also referred to as the Conflict Minerals Rule. This requires manufacturers and suppliers to disclose whether their products contain gold, tin, tantalum or tungsten regardless of where they are sourced. Phifer is committed to complying with this directive, the aim of which is to stop funding of violent conflict in the Democratic Republic of Congo and surrounding countries. Phifer uses none of the minerals mentioned above in the production of its products.