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FGIA Webinar to Introduce IGMA Technical Binder

November 2, 2020

The Fenestration and Glazing Industry Alliance will host a webinar titled "An Introduction to the IGMA Technical Binder" on Tues., Nov. 17 at 11:30 a.m. Eastern.

Solar Innovations Adds 1,600 Solar Panels to its Facility

October 30, 2020

In October, Solar Innovations began Phase 3 of its solar panel installation project by preparing to add 1,600 new panels to the more than 2,000 panels already on the roof of the company's primary office and manufacturing building.

Building Industry Plays Essential Role in Curbing Emissions

October 28, 2020

The National Fenestration Rating Council welcomed Architecture 2030 founder Edward Mazria as its keynote speaker on the first day of its Fall Membership Virtual Meeting, Monday, Oct. 19. The meeting runs through Oct. 21.

Fenestration Masters 2.0 Now Available

October 27, 2020

FenestrationMasters version 2.0 offers an update and redesign of the original coursework

Andersen Extends Product Portfolio

October 27, 2020

Andersen Windows is launching three extensions to products in its portfolio

Roto Releases New Inowa SPD Open/Close Technologies

October 27, 2020

Roto is aiming to offer greater benefits for customers and users of “Roto Patio Inowa” by updating its product series with new functions for more operating convenience and safety, further simplified installation and reduced complexity.

Hope’s Windows Provides Timeless Steel Windows and Doors to National Comedy Center

October 27, 2020

The National Comedy Center, which opened in Jamestown, New York, in 2018, is home to the country’s foremost archive of the history and art form of comedy.

FlexScreen Completes Distribution Partnership with Saint-Gobain ADFORS

October 27, 2020

FlexScreen, manufacturer of the flexible window screen, partnered with Saint-Gobain ADFORS, manufacturer of high-performance construction and industrial materials.

Remodeling Market “Bouncing Back,” Latest LIRA Shows

October 20, 2020

Moderate gains in homeowner spending for improvements and repairs are expected through much of next year as initial concerns of a possible pandemic-induced downturn have largely dissipated.