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Quanex Invests in its Mikron Washington Facility

Quanex Building Products invested in 10 new extrusion lines from Extrunet for its Mikron brand of vinyl window and door profiles at its Kent, Washington, facility. Quanex anticipates that the new lines will be fully operational by early 2020.

Stürtz Machinery and Pertici North America Launch Alliance

Pertici North America partnered with Stürtz Machinery to expand Stürtz’s presence in the aluminum fabrication arena.

Edgetech Founder Michael Glover Dies

Michael Glover, the original founder of Edgetech and co-inventor of Super Spacer, died on Sept. 1, according to a joint statement from Lauren International and Quanex Building Products.

Insights on Hiring

  Since Window + Door began covering the post-Recession labor shortage in 2014, a similar theme has been clear throughout: the process of recruiting and retaining employees is constant and ever-changing. Every aspect of the process—from recruitment tactics to branding to labor pools to internal…

Case Studies: Online Reviews on Steroids

SEO and website conversion are fairly complex and multi-faceted, Harshaw wrote in a recent installment of Your Business Matters in Window + Door magazine. The bedrock foundation of both: great content. Of the four types of content he outlined in that article—including core content, blogs, online…

J.D. Power Ranks Window and Patio Door Manufacturers, Retailers

The J.D. Power 2019 Windows and Patio Doors Satisfaction Study ranked top window and patio door manufacturer and retailers.

Two Birds, One Stone

Want to juice your SEO rankings? Simple! Just create and post a ton of great content on your website.  Want your website to do a better job of converting lookers into buyers? Simple! Just create and post a ton of great content on your website. Is it really that simple? Yes and no.  Both…

Addressing Subpoena Requests

Most litigation takes place in the state court system. For example, a dispute arising out of construction in Illinois will normally be litigated in a regional Illinois state court. There are exceptions, but this is the general rule. This remains true even if some of the parties have their…

Full Versus Limited Warranties

Have you ever wondered why so many manufacturers include the word “limited” in the title of their warranty? This is thanks go to the Magnuson-Moss Warranty Act, a federal statutory scheme that requires warranties for consumer goods to be designated as either “full” or “limited.” It is more common…