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AAMA releases new selection and application guide for plastic-glazed skylights and sloped glazing

The American Architectural Manufacturers Association (AAMA) recently released a new document to provide guidance and sound technical information on the various aspects and considerations that need to be considered when applying plastic-glazed skylights and sloped glazing as an enhancement to a building design.

Report from the WTS Paradigm user group

The window and door industry isn't vocational. We don't graduate from the school of windows with a master's degree in glazing. Instead, it's those involved with our industry for a prolong period time and likely attends association meetings, who become our leaders.

Welcome to the age of big glass

Call it a big glass revolution. No longer bound by rules that once effectively blocked the use of oversized glass in exterior home design, residential architects, builders, and developers can now offer a dazzling natural light show that’s wowing millennial and baby boomer home buyers looking to blur the lines between indoor and outdoor life.

Touring Portes et Fenetres President: special report

One of the special advantages of getting involved in Fenestration Canada as well as WinDoor is the unique ability to get acquainted and establish special friendships across the country with peers. Yvon Houle, founder and president of Montreal-based Portes et Fenetres President, has been in the industry for some 25 years and has also been quite active in various industry associations, especially Fenestration Canada.
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The early journey in continuous improvement

Ansley Dueck, continuous improvement manager at Duxton Windows and Doors, recently completed an overhaul of the Winnipeg fabricator's quality and production processes and reported on her experiences at FenCon17 in early February. She has shared this report, which casts light on some of the challenges and benefits of embracing Lean manufacturing processes. » Read more...

Fenestration Canada AGM

May 31-June 3, 2017
Location: Halifax, N.S.
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June 6, 2017
Location: Turtle Creek Golf Club, Guelph, Ont.
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March 21-24, 2018
Location: Nuremburg, Germany
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