Dec/Feb 2019July 12th, 2021 by Nathan Hobbs
With the costs for disaster recovery exceeding economic growth, federal agencies and insurers call for more resilient homes. The concept places doors and windows under greater scrutiny, but also adds opportunity.
With higher interest rates and affordability issues bearing down, housing starts are expected to slow in 2019. Meanwhile, the right strategies will keep door and window companies busy in other areas.
It’s that time again. We’ve spent the past year gathering and reporting on all of the latest. Now, DWM’s readers weigh in by selecting what they see as the most noteworthy products.
As the residential market cools heading into 2019, door and window manufacturers aren’t letting up on product advancements. Meanwhile, their moves mesh with the opinions of analysts.
To view the laid-in version of this article in our digital edition, CLICK HERE.