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  • Sponsored by the Window and Door Dealers Alliance
    Each year, Window & Door’s editorial team sets out to discover window and door retailers and distributors that demonstrate excellence in the areas of marketing, customer service, showroom design and contributions to the community and/or industry. It is not an easy task to narrow down just eight companies to present as our Dealers of the Year, but it is an important one. This awards... more »
  • The World Millwork Alliance (formerly AMD), will host its 51st annual convention and tradeshow October 31 through November 4, 2015 at the Cobb Galleria Convention Centre in Atlanta. Get a sneak peek at what the exhibitors will have on display. See the products... more »
  • Win-door North America, held Nov. 3-5, 2015 at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre, features machinery, doors, hardware, wood products and systems, the latest computer software, testing services and more on display for fenestration and door professionals. Click below for a sample of what you’ll see from exhibitors. See the products... more »
  • The industry is constantly looking for what’s next in terms of style, energy efficiency, and innovative manufacturing. As one of our Crystal Achievement Awards judges noted, the companies that are recognized with our Crystal Achievement Award “are listening and have showed they continue to add to or improve their offerings to fulfill those needs.” Selected by a panel of judges... more »
  • The October/November 2015 issue of Window & Door will include information on the products to be displayed during Win-door North America and the WMA Annual Convention & Tradeshow, taking place this fall. If your company is exhibiting at either or both of these shows, please complete the submission form below. If you have questions, please contact Emily Thompson, editor, at ethompson@glass.... more »
  • Capitalize on market growth at GlassBuild America and Window & Door Dealer Days
    Higher demand doesn’t automatically translate to higher profits. As the construction market continues to ramp up, fenestration manufacturers need to ensure they are prepared to take advantage of growth and aren’t overrun by it, industry officials say. To capitalize on growth, companies should consider investing in new tools and equipment, fostering and maintaining partnerships with... more »
  • GlassBuild America will showcase the latest products and services to meet the needs of the changing market. In addition to the Innovative Product Pavilion—which showcases latest innovations in performance and efficiency, design innovation, sustainability, new technology, and solar integration—there are several new product launches to be unveiled on the show floor. View the Products more »
  • IN THE LAST ISSUE of Window & Door magazine, we took readers on a tour of some of the most impressive showrooms across the country to get excited and inspired for the Dream Showroom—a 4,400-square-foot pavilion at Window & Door Dealer Days at GlassBuild America that will feature residential windows and doors from the industry’s leading suppliers. Our exploration... more »
  • Understand the emerging generations and their impact on business
    Editor’s Note: GlassBuild America attendees will have the opportunity to hear generational expert Cam Marston address this subject during the NGA\WDDA Keynote Breakfast on Thursday, Sept. 17. Millennials and Generation X—they are changing the workplace and the way companies do business. However, their definitions of success, and their expectations from the workplace, are different... more »
  • In anticipation of the Dream Showroom at Window & Door Dealer Days this fall, we asked dealers what their ideal showroom would look like. Here’s what they said…
    Q: If money were no object, what are the top three things you would incorporate into your showroom? A: Technology Number one on the list for Scott Thurber, Associated Building Supply Inc.: multiple LCD TVs. “As many as five to ten,” he says, “looping project and product specific photography of ABSi projects.” He’d also incorporate an area with LCD screens showing... more »