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Asite Launches Referral Program

March 23, 2021

Asite launched its new Referral Program, which will allow Asite clients to refer the Asite Platform to their business contacts. Asite will pay a Referral Fee to clients if a recommendation or referral results in a new Asite user.

NFRC Looks to Fill Seat on ANS Committee Overseeing Fenestration Issues

March 23, 2021

The National Fenestration Rating Council is opening an additional general interest user position on its American National Standards Committee.

February Home Sales Down to Lowest Level Since May 2020

March 23, 2021

Higher interest rates, supply shortages and rising material prices, particularly for lumber, put a damper on new home sales in February. Sales of newly built, single-family homes fell 18.2 percent to a 775,000 seasonally adjusted annual rate.

Building Drops Rebrands with New Logo and Website

March 22, 2021

Building Drops, a turn-key civil and structural engineering consulting company serving the fenestration industry, announced a major rebranding to reflect its global reach and offering of new services. The rebrand includes a new logo and an updated website.

Crystal Windows Offers Free On-Site COVID Testing for Employees

March 22, 2021

Crystal Window & Door Systems’ New York City headquarters and production facility continued its response to the COVID-19 pandemic by implementing weekly employee testing. The voluntary, no-cost testing will be available to all 370 Crystal New York employees during work hours on Tuesdays for the next several weeks.

AmesburyTruth Introduces Pinnacle Block and Tackle Balance

March 18, 2021

AmesburyTruth launched the new Pinnacle block and tackle balance. For use in hung windows, this design offers a modern approach to sash weight management that is both universal in fit and function, according to the company. 

AmesburyTruth Introduces Pinnacle Block and Tackle Balance

Jeld-Wen Nominates Three New Board Members

March 18, 2021

Jeld-Wen Holding Inc. nominated Tracey Joubert, Cynthia Marshall and David Nord to its Board of Directors. These nominations, if approved by stockholders at the Annual Meeting of Stockholders on April 29, will expand Jeld-Wen’s Board to 12 members, increasing the number of women to 25 percent and the number of independent directors to 66 percent.   

Jeld-Wen Nominates Three New Board Members

By the Numbers: Women in the Pandemic Workforce

March 17, 2021

The pandemic has hit women in the workforce particularly hard. Participation of women in the workforce is at its lowest rate since 1988 due to a combination of factors, from school closures to women-dominated industries such as hospitality suffering most during COVID.