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  • Window-Fix now sells and installs windows and doors to satisfy Passive House and Passive Building criteria. Passive House-certified products can be applied in residential applications as well as multi-family properties, office buildings, retail spaces and historical renovation projects. Window-Fix utilizes Klearwall Window and Door products to address Passive Building Standards and the team has... more »
  • Ply Gem announced it has partnered with Angie’s List to help connect Ply Gem windows and siding contractors with consumers. "We understand that generating leads, marketing a business  and connecting with homeowners can be time consuming and cost-prohibitive,” says Vicki Frye, marketing and communications manager, Ply Gem. “Through Angie’s List, we’re... more »
  • YKK AP America expanded its sales territory to the Rocky Mountain region, covering Colorado, Utah and Wyoming. Troy Hein, senior account manager, will be responsible for the new territory starting in late June. Hein, who has worked for YKK AP for over 12 years, will transfer from his current role in the Orlando office to focus on developing the new region. “As YKK AP continues to grow its... more »
  • Huttig Building Products will begin distributing Woodgrain Millwork's Finished Elegance line in the Northeast. Finished Elegance offers an interior moulding product coated on all four sides for a smooth furniture finish that installs easier and lasts longer, Huttig reports. "At Huttig, we know that time is money for residential contractors," says Greg Gurley, vice president. "That'... more »
  • Windsor Windows received $326,400 worth of incentives from Monroe, N.C., and Union County, N.C., leaders to land the company’s $8 million 100,000-square-foot expansion in the area, according to The Charlotte Observer. The company employs about 200 people in Monroe, and the expansion is expected to create an additional 85-100 jobs.  Windsor Windows, a subsidiary of Woodgrain Millwork of... more »
  • The Seventh Court of Appeals affirmed May 9 that PPG Industries did not violate an arbitration award to the United Steelworkers by unilaterally implementing a two-tier wage system that lowered production and maintenance employees' pay at an Illinois glass manufacturing plant. According to the court, PPG in April 2009 sought to modify its bargaining agreement with USW to reduce labor costs at a Mt... more »
  • PGT Industries has appointed Jeff Jackson president and COO, effective June 1, 2014. Jackson, 48, succeeds Rod Hershberger, 57, who will remain in his roles as chairman of the PGT Industries board of directors and CEO. "I am proud and excited that Jeff will succeed me as PGT's president. This move supports our decision to make changes in the executive leadership team as part of our long-term... more »
  • Tru Tech Doors, Vaughan, Ontario, Canada, recently announced a strategic distribution agreement with Weston Wood Solutions of Mississauga, Ontario, to provide pre-hung entry systems and door products to the South American market. Under the agreement, Tru Tech Doors has shared energy efficient fabrication and manufacturing techniques with Weston Wood Solutions, which recently established a... more »
  • TigerStop, founded in 1994, is celebrating 20 years in business in the wood, metal, fenestration and plastics industries, and more than 30,000 machines manufactured and sold. To celebrate this achievement, the company has the following events planned, which are open to the media and by invitation: TigerStop’s 20th Anniversary Open House: July 31 and August 1, 9 a.m.-5 p.m., to include... more »
  • Andersen Corp. plans to expand an existing building at its Bayport, Minn., manufacturing facility and purchase new machinery as part of an $18 million expansion project. The expansion will create 100 full-time jobs, the company announced in a press release.  To assist the expansion, the Minnesota Department of Employment and Economic Development will award Andersen $625,000 from the... more »