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    Key factors to creating an ideal retail space
    This fall, fenestration dealers will gather at Window & Door Dealer Days to see new products, network with peers and participate in educational sessions designed to improve their profitability. The focal point of the new event will be the Dream Showroom, a 4,400-square-foot pavilion on the GlassBuild America tradeshow floor featuring residential windows and doors from the industry’s... more »
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    The American Architectural Manufacturers Association updated and released a document specifying performance requirements for liquid applied flashing used to provide a water-resistive seal around exterior wall openings in buildings that include fenestration products such as windows and doors, as well as other through-wall penetrations. AAMA 714-15 was previously updated in 2011 and again in...
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    Aluro, manufacturer of thermally broken aluminum profiles, introduced  the Aluroller EVO machine that consistently delivers correct, stress-free insulated aluminium profiles with zero defects, the company reports. For the past six years, Aluro has invested all its R&D resources to develop this machine.To celebrate the launch of the Aluroller EVO, Aluro has published a new website, www....
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    Masonite International Corp. announced that it has received a binding offer from Perceva, a Paris-based independent investment firm, to acquire Premdor S.A.S., Masonite’s French door business, according to a June 16 company release. Masonite has the right to sell Premdor S.A.S. to Perceva on the terms included in the offer. Masonite has agreed with Perceva to an exclusivity period related...
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    Tanglewood Conservatories, manufacturer of conservatories, greenhouses, pool enclosures, skylights and domes, has been named the exclusive Mid-Atlantic dealer of Brombal windows and doors. The new partnership expands Tanglewood’s product line and gives its customers further access to a wide variety of hand-crafted, high-quality, custom designed products.  “Tanglewood is...

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What Does the EPA’s Clean Power Plan Mean for the Fenestration Industry?

By Jim Benney

The Clean Power Plan, set to be released by the Environmental Protection Agency this summer, is a sweeping set of regulations designed to reduce total U.S. carbon emissions by 30 percent by 2030. The fenestration community ... more »




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