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  • Highlights from the floor in Orlando
    In additon to the following highlights, Window & Door's coverage also includes: A report overviewing the event In-depth continuing coverage of new introductions in doors, windows, components, equipment and services targeted at the window and door industry Doors and Components   Therma-Tru featured an expanded range of privacy glasses for its entry doors. ... more »
  • With slowly improving market conditions, NAHB is optimistic for annual event
    Window and door manufacturers may not be convinced, but organizers see positive signs for this year's International Builders' Show, scheduled for February 8-11 in Orlando, Fla. With the housing market showing signs of modest improvement, the National Association of Home Builders reports pre-registrations are 25 percent ahead of last year's pace and exhibit space sales have remained strong for the... more »
  • Annual event once again provides focal point for Canadian industry
    Canadian window and door manufacturers are grappling with new codes and regulations, and the need to stay up-to-date on changes is expected to help drive attendance at this year's Win-Door North America. With more than 150 exhibitors signed up, the annual trade show returns once again to the Metro Toronto Convention Centre, November 15-17.      Win-Door will once again... more »
  • AMD event strengthening with more door makers exhibiting again
    Slightly delayed, the Association of Millwork Distributors is heading to Nashville for its 47th annual convention and exhibition next week. Set for the Nashville Convention Center and the Renaissance Nashville Hotel, this year’s event will once again feature a refined scheduled with one day focused on education, followed by two days of the trade show, and organizers are reporting an... more »
  • Floor to feature areas dedicated to home performance and RRP compliance
    Looking to build on growth at last year's event, the Remodeling Show returns to Chicago this week, once again combined with DeckExpo. The annual event, scheduled to run tomorrow though Saturday at the Lakeside Center of McCormick Place, brings together the trade show with an educational conference focusing this year on core business practices.   Last year in Baltimore, the Remodeling Show... more »
  • Demonstrations of some of the new equipment and products featured in Atlanta
    For a comprehensive look at window and door product offerings on display in the aisles of the Georgia World Congress Center, also see Snapshots from GlassBuild 2011.   Insulating Glass Production Equipment   Automated Tri-Lite Assembly System from GED Integrated Solutions www.gedusa.com   Flexible Spacer Assembly Line featuring a new automated gas-filling unit from Erdman... more »
  • A quick look at window and door industry offerings in Atlanta
    In additon to the following highlights, Window & Door's coverage also includes: A report overviewing the event A Video Gallery with demonstrations of some of the products and equipment in Atlanta In-depth continuing coverage of new introductions in components, equipment, systems and services targeted at the window and door industry All photos by Robb D. Cohen Photography   Vinyl... more »
  • Welcome to Window & Door's special online section devoted to residential window and door industry products featured at GlassBuild America 2011 at the Georgia World Congress Center. Below are links to pages featuring products, components, software and equipment showcased by exhibitors at the Atlanta event.  Attention exhibitors!Did you feature something new that's not highlighted... more »
  • Sponsored by:     Welcome to Window & Door's new product coverage of the 2011 International Builders' Show. This section of our site features an extensive look at windows, doors and skylights, as well as components and accessories showcased by industry exhibitors at this year's event. For our overview report on this year's show, held January 12-15, click... more »
  • Weak market still likely to weigh on NAHB event
    Coming off two years in Las Vegas, perhaps a change of scenery will do some good for the International Builders' Show.  The annual trade show hosted by the National Association of Home Builders returns this year to Florida, where it's set to run next week at the Orange County Convention Center. Last year’s IBS was more compact, but also seemed busier and more upbeat than the 2009... more »