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Current Issue: June/July 2020

Insulating Glass

IG certification testing and application workshops help ensure long-term energy savings.

National Glass Association Announces Cancellation of GlassBuild America 2020

The in-person event will return to Atlanta in 2021; NGA will host GlassBuild Connect: The Glass & 
Fenestration Online Experience – to take place the entire month of September. 

How to Reopen the Workplace: Part 4, Reimagining Jobsite Safety

The recent webinar from the American Subcontractors Association, “ASA COVID-19 Response: Reopening The Worksite Attorneys' Council Panel,” included insights from Charles Keller, partner at Snell & Wilmer LLP, regarding the administrative and…

Economic Update: Recovery is underway, but expect a slow return to normal

Leading indicators of the health of the residential construction and remodeling market send mixed signals about the economic climate, but all agree that challenges exist as the economy emerges from the coronavirus-induced recession.

Finding New Opportunities

Confront the down cycle as an opportunity zone to re-evaluate and improve business with nine strategies for dealers to get ahead now in preparation for the years ahead.

Be Ready for What’s Next

Adaptable automation allows manufacturers more flexibility in times of uncertainty. 
 

Registration Now Open for GlassBuild Connect: The Online Glass & Fenestration Online Experience

The National Glass Association opened registration for GlassBuild Connect. In response to pandemic-imposed travel, gathering restrictions and prioritizing public safety, the annual glass, window and door expo has transitioned into a month-long…

The Battle of the Forms

The fine print on run-of-the-mill documents can cause a legal mess.

How Energy Code Evolutions Will Impact Residential Fenestration

The National Glass Association’s Thirsty Thursday webinar on June 18, presented by Tom Culp, Birch Point Consulting and NGA technical codes consultant, dissected some of the upcoming energy code evolutions in 2020 on a national and regional level…

Factory View: An Eye to the Future

Component and end-product manufacturers in the residential fenestration industry all seem to agree on one thing: the coronavirus pandemic and its associated effects are unprecedented and have caused businesses to alter and re-think how they…