Posts Tagged ‘ DWM magazine ’

Only One Month Remains Until Fenestration Day™ 2015: Register Today!

Feb 19th, 2015

With only one short month remaining, Fenestration Day™ 2015 is right around the corner! Now in its fifth year, Fenestration Day 2015 is heading to the Hotel Irvine Jamboree Center in Irvine, Calif., on March 19. The 2015 event will offer joint business sessions, as well as separate tracks for manufacturers and dealers to meet […]

Host Hotel Discounts End in One Week for Fenestration Day™ 2015 Attendees

Feb 19th, 2015

Fenestration Day™ 2015 is set to take place March 19 at the Hotel Irvine Jamboree Center in Irvine, Calif. Once again sponsored by Door and Window Market (DWM) magazine, the event offers attendees the chance to save big on their hotel stay. Our host hotel, the Hotel Irvine Jamboree Center, is offering attendees a discounted […]

If You’ve Replaced One of These Recently, You Actually Made Your Customer Money

Jan 26th, 2015

Simpson will showcase a variety of its products including its Craftsman line.

Replace an entry door with a steel one lately? Chances are, your customer will recoup more money than they spent on the job. That’s according to Remodeling Magazine’s Cost vs. Value 2015 report, which has a 20-gauge steel entry door ranked at the top of the list with 102 percent of the cost recouped. According […]

Free Admission to Glass Expo West™ for all Fenestration Day™ Attendees

Dec 8th, 2014

As an added bonus to all Fenestration Day™ 2015 attendees, your registration not only provides you with a full day of seminars from industry experts and networking opportunities with top suppliers and peers, it also includes complimentary entry into the Glass Expo West™ trade show (held concurrently) and access to the Welcoming Cocktail Party on the show floor.

Tague Lumber Moves to New Facility in Plumsteadville, Pa.

Dec 8th, 2014

On January 1, the Tague Lumber store in Doylestown, Pa., will move to a 35,000-square-foot facility a few miles away in Plumsteadville.

Report: Tariffs on Chinese Imports Boost U.S. Aluminum Extruders

Dec 8th, 2014

Roughly four years ago, the Department of Commerce imposed anti-dumping and countervailing duties on imports of aluminum extrusions from China to give domestic extruders a fairer share of the market. According to one study, it’s worked out well for U.S. extruders, though the contest is far from over.

Guest Blog: Being Comfortable with Feeling Uncomfortable

Oct 14th, 2014

If you are not uncomfortable in business, chances are you have settled into the sea of sameness of the industry. This comfort brings a maintenance mode of doing business; you merely grow or decline in parallel with the overall organic industry. People in this mode who want year over year growth usually resort to an […]

DOE Sets New Green Standards for Federal Buildings

Oct 13th, 2014


The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) issued a rule aimed at ensuring federal buildings use proper energy certifications. The rule, which goes into effect November 13, ensures that in cases where agencies choose to use green building certification systems to meet federal sustainability and energy standards, they must select a system that verifies enhanced energy […]

Manufacturing Day Provides Opportunity for Education

Oct 3rd, 2014

Companies nationwide took part in Manufacturing Day to celebrate American-made products and manufacturing's contribution to the economy.

American manufacturing takes the spotlight nation-wide today as door and window companies everywhere celebrate the art of genuine production. Officially named MFG DAY, the annual celebration is meant to “address common misconceptions about manufacturing by giving manufacturers an opportunity to open their doors and show, in a coordinated effort, what manufacturing is – and what […]

Masco to Spin Off Installation and Services Division, Restructure Company

Oct 2nd, 2014


After a two-decade-long investment in its “Installation and Other Services” division, Masco Corp., parent company of Millgard Windows and Doors, announced it will spin 100 percent of the division off to another company. The board of directors approved the decision, recommended by president and CEO Keith Allman. “Today’s transformative actions reflect our continued commitment to […]