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  • The 2014 fensterbau/frontale trade show took place in Nuremberg, Germany, March 26-29. Nearly 800 exhibitors, 40 percent of which were international, gathered to show their products and machinery for windows, doors and facades. Following are snapshots from the show floor. Machinery, equipment and software Windows, doors and skylights Colors and cladding  Machinery, equipment and software... more »
  • In response to improving business conditions, window manufacturers promoted existing product lines alongside new ones at IBS 2014 to meet the needs of both the new construction and replacement markets. “The bulk of our business and the basis of our reputation have traditionally been on the remodel/replace side,” said Mark Savan, president of Simonton Windows, which returned to IBS... more »
  • The 2014 International Builders' Show took place Feb. 4-6 in Las Vegas, where a number of window and door companies introduced new products. For additional information on the products on display, please also see the IBS 2014 Product Showcase.      Royal Building Products introduced the Slide and Stack Patio Door System at IBS 2014. Glass panels slide on a single track... more »
  • International Builders’ Show returns to Las Vegas as part of new Design & Construction Week
    Building on a successful 2013 event, the International Builders’ Show returns to Las Vegas this year, but this time with a new twist. The 2014 event will co-locate with the Kitchen & Bath Industry Show as part of the first annual Design & Construction Week. Sponsored by the National Association of Home Builders and the Kitchen & Bath Association, Design & Construction Week... more »
  • Opening in about two weeks, the Remodeling Show moves back to Chicago this year with a new, more compact schedule designed to provide greater efficiency for exhibitors and attendees. The event is set for October 16-18 at McCormick Place. With the schedule change, the exhibit hall will be open for two days rather than three, and the education program will run three days instead of four.... more »
  • A look at products from the floor in Atlanta
    Buoyed by an uptick in the housing market, increased sales volumes and positive predictions for the year ahead, the mood was upbeat among the more than 6,200 attendees and 360 exhibitors here at GlassBuild America: The Glass, Window & Door Expo, September 10-12. Watch videos from some of the window and door industry suppliers introducing new products and equipment on the show floor in... more »
  •   Welcome to Window & Door's special online section devoted to residential window and door industry products featured at GlassBuild America 2013 at the Georgia World Congress Center, September 10-12. Below are links to pages devoted to various  products, components, software and equipment showcased by exhibitors at the Atlanta event. Attention exhibitors!  If you'd... more »
  • A quick look at some of the new products introduced in Atlanta
    In addition to snapshots from the show floor at GlassBuild, don't miss our overview report from the event, videos from the show floor and continuing coverage of new products introduced in Atlanta.   New Doors             Deceuninck North America unveiled an industry-first prototype sliding door with a PVC frame and a polyurethane sash.... more »
  •     A variety of equipment for fabricating glass, vinyl and aluminum will be at GlassBuild in Atlanta.   Window and door manufacturers, enjoying a rebound in the new construction and remodeling/replacement markets, are expected to make their way to Atlanta this fall for what will be a busy GlassBuild America: The Glass, Window & Door Expo. Organizers predict more... more »
  • Renewed consumer confidence driving demand for higher-priced, custom options
    There is excitement again among entry door manufacturers, thanks to strong sales in the new construction and replacement markets, and expectations of continued double-digit growth over the next three to five years. Adding to suppliers’ optimism is the reemergence of confidentconsumers willing to look at higher-priced options to customize their homes.     There has been a... more »