Posts Tagged ‘ DWM ’

New Vice President, General Manager Named for Simpson Door Co.

Sep 11th, 2014

Simpson Door Co. has recently added Phil Steklenski to its executive team. Steklenski will succeed Stacie Conkle as vice president and general manager. Conkle is retiring after 28 years with the company. Steklenski has a diverse background in the wood products industry, and in his new position he will oversee all of the company’s operations. […]

GlassBuild America 2014 Underway, Companies Report Strong Year

Sep 9th, 2014

Thermal Windows Inc. displayed their sound mitigation windows, used in both residential and commercial construction. Pictured is their Series 826 projected window (with an awning) and their fixed series 850 with an STC value of 40 and 41, respectively.

GlassBuild America kicked off its first day today and exhibitors are beginning to report an improving market since last year.  Fenestration companies in particular are reporting an uptick in sales – as high as 25 percent over last year. “2014 has been very good, an extremely busy year,” says Seth Patterson, commercial sales manager of […]

Window World Sells 10 Million Windows

Sep 9th, 2014

Window World recently sold its 10 millionth window. The company has moved more than one million windows annually since 2009.

Doors & Windows with Style!

Sep 9th, 2014

There is a growing trend in the remodeling marketplace. Homeowners are purchasing new doors and windows with the primary goal to improve the look and style of the homeowner’s architectural fashion sense.

Amesbury and Truth Hardware Rebrand

Sep 9th, 2014

Amesbury Truth unveiled a new brand identity and tagline unifying the former Amesbury and Truth Hardware brands. This is a significant step in the integration of the two businesses which came together in 2013, according to officials.

Window Film and Windows – An Unlikely Couple

Sep 8th, 2014

Recent research makes some bold growth predictions for the solar reflective architectural window film market. But what does this mean for window manufacturers? An upcoming article in Window Film magazine, sister publication to DWM, looks at the possible interface among window film companies and window manufacturers. Could they work together or would warranty standards hinder the potential partnership?

Nonresidential Construction Employment Retains Momentum in August

Sep 8th, 2014

The U.S. construction industry added 20,000 jobs in August, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics report released September 5. July’s estimate was revised upward from 22,000 to 31,000 net new jobs. Nonresidential construction added 5,500 jobs in August, which could be considered a bit soft, but the segment added 15,200 jobs in July (revised upward from 6,600), according to a report from the Associated Builders and Contractors (ABC).

Huttig Announces New Director of Product Management

Sep 5th, 2014

Huttig Building Products Inc. has announced that Paul Colliton has rejoined the company as senior director of product management. Colliton was a part of Huttig management team from 1994-2007, holding positions of sales manager, district sales manager, regional director and regional vice president. In his new role, Paul will lead product management and programs around […]

Ply Gem Sponsors Purdue University Net-Zero Home with Energy-Efficient Products

Sep 5th, 2014

Ply Gem is sponsoring the ReNEWW house, a Purdue University net-zero energy project, by providing windows, doors, siding and trim to the project. The purpose is to help the university reach its goal of making the 1920s craftsman-style home a net-zero housing unit for visiting graduate students. Lee Clark-Sellers, chief innovation officer at Ply Gem, […]

JELD-WEN settles with EPA, ODEQ for Clean Air Act Violations

Sep 4th, 2014

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JELD-WEN’s lumber facility in Klamath Falls, Ore., has settled with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the Oregon Department of Environmental Quality (ODEQ) for alleged air quality violations. Ed Kowalski, director of the EPA’s enforcement program in Seattle, says, “This settlement will help improve the air people breathe in the Klamath Falls area. By […]