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  • Toronto—While industry sales have declined in the U.S., the Canadian economy and housing market continue to roll along—a fact evident in brisk traffic at Win-Door North America last week. The annual event, hosted by the Canadian Window & Door Manufactur-ers Association, also appeared to see an uptick in activity among door suppliers. Among the new exhibitors at the show was Weber... more »
  • With window and door markets across Canada generally healthier than they are in the U.S., Win-Door North America returns to Toronto November 13-15, poised for another strong year. Last year, the annual trade show organized by the Canadian Window & Door Manufacturers Association saw a 10 percent increase in attendance, and organizers are expecting well over 3,000 industry professionals for the... more »
  • Las Vegas—If the 2007 Remodeling Show is an indicator, the mood in the remodeling business is becoming more upbeat. A number of window and door manufacturers at the event, held here last week, reported that sales in the remodeling segment have really picked up during the second half of the year. Peachtree introduced a replacement version of its Series 700 clad-wood window in Las... more »
  • Remodeling spending may be down this year, and again in 2008, but forecasters don’t expect the same sort of weakness that’s been evident in the new construction market. David Seiders, chief economist for the National Association of Home Builders, is expecting a decline of about 1.5 percent overall this year and perhaps another half a percent drop next year. Speaking as part of an... more »