Posts Tagged ‘ WinDoor ’

Energy, Material Costs and Supply Chain Issues Linger Throughout Door, Window Industry

Nov 15th, 2022

WinDoor 2022 has come and gone but increasing energy prices, supply chain issues and material costs linger throughout the door and window industry. Tracy Rogers, a glass specialist at Billco, says that the provider of machinery and parts to the door and window industry has around half a dozen machines that were ordered over a […]

WinDoor Opens Tomorrow–Live

Nov 16th, 2021

While launching a virtual event last year, officials for Fenestration Canada vowed that WinDoor would be back in 2021 with an in-person format. They’re making good on that promise this year by returning to Toronto, but show organizers aren’t giving up on the progress they made online. Instead, they’re going hybrid. Information posted by exhibitors […]

WinDoor 2020 Moves to Virtual Event

Jun 23rd, 2020

Fenestration Canada, organizers of WinDoor, announced today that the event, which was scheduled for November 18-19 in Montreal, is moving to a virtual one for 2020, and will be known as The Marketplace by WinDoor. Stéphane Labelle, executive director, Fenestration Canada, made the announcement live today via zoom and said a virtual meeting “was the […]

Watch: What’s in Store for WinDoor

Oct 22nd, 2019

WinDoor 2019 heads to Toronto November 20 and 21, and there are plenty of reasons door and window companies should make plans to attend. There will be plenty of products for attendees to discover, and you can choose from two seminar tracks: business or technical. Youtube Link

Fenestration Canada Announces New Executive Director at WinDoor

Dec 4th, 2018

On December 3, amid the WinDoor trade show in Québec, QC, Jennifer Small, president of Fenestration Canada, announced Stéphane Labelle as the association’s new executive director. Labelle has been a volunteer with Fenestration Canada for several years, leading the revival of the WinDoor trade show, along with service on the board of directors. Look for […]

November Newscast: A Sneak Peek at WinDoor Products and Expectations for 2019

Nov 19th, 2018

Even with the housing market showing signs of slowing down, expectations remain high among door and window companies heading into 2019. Meanwhile, WinDoor adds a commercial track to its education and we get a sneak peek at product trends. Watch DWM’s November Newscast to see what’s expected. Youtube Link

Energy Star Update Coming to WinDoor

Nov 13th, 2018

This year’s WinDoor conference, to be held from December 3-5 at the Québec City Convention Centre in Québec, QC, will feature an update on the state of Canadian building and energy codes, including changes to the nation’s Energy Star program. A session will be held on December 4 and 5, from 9-10 a.m., with Jeff […]

WinDoor Expands to Commercial Market

Oct 16th, 2018

This year’s WinDoor conference is to be held from December 3-5 at the Québec City Convention Centre in Québec, QC. For the first time, the conference will expand into the commercial market with suppliers and educational sessions for the industry. The combination conference and trade show will also feature the latest products, machinery and services […]

FenCan Annual Meeting: WinDoor and Passive House

Jun 7th, 2018

Canada’s WinDoor show, scheduled for December 3-5 in Quebec City, is a full six months away. However, planning has been underway since last year’s show wrapped up in Toronto, and the big event was a major focus of Fenestration Canada’s annual general meeting, which just wrapped up in Calgary. According to WinDoor organizers, booth sales […]

“Adapt” is the New “Change”

Dec 5th, 2017

The saying “nobody likes change” really is true. Most people hate it and some will do everything in their power to fight against it. But as I sat in an industry seminar last week at the WinDoor trade show in Canada, I realized “adapt” is a better word. It’s much less scary — and it […]

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