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Ostaco becomes a Fenestra Member

Fenestra Purchasing Co-op is pleased to announce that Ostaco Windows and Doors of Concord, Ont., has become a Fenestra Member-Owner.

FMA, FGIA, WDMA release new Guidelines for replacement of windows without removal of exterior brick veneer

The Fenestration Manufacturers Association, the Fenestration and Glazing Industry Alliance and the Window and Door Manufacturers Association have released a new document focused on replacement windows.

A new path

This month, the first group of students will begin a complete window and door installer program in London, Ont. This is an exciting and bold step forward in filling the industry labour gap.

Report from the FGIA Fall Conference

The Fenestration and Glazing Industry Alliance held its Fall Conference from Oct. 6 to 8. Here are some highlights from the event.
Sponsored Spotlight 

Multi-Point locking system for North-American Entry doors by Fentro Hardware Systems

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FEN Podcast

Fenestration Conversations episode #15: The Arch of Pandemic – Suzanne Bernier, SB Crisis Consulting

Pandemic response expert Suzanne Bernier rejoins Fenestration Conversations to tell us what we’ve learned in six months of pandemic about the virus, how it spreads and what businesses should do to combat it. We touch on some of the controversies around masks and lockdowns and whether surfaces are primary vectors for COVID-19. Suzanne looks ahead to the winter and the prospects for a vaccine – and the news is not all good. » Read more...
Fenestration Can Windoor

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November 18 - 19, 2020 » Learn More