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High-performance windows, doors and skylights go through rigorous design and testing processes that combine architectural authenticity and expert engineering.
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While many certification bodies ensure products comply with minimum building code requirements, products certified to the WDMA Hallmark Certification Program combine compliance, quality and high performance.
Consumers these days demand innovative products that tap into smart and automated homes using security, solar power, radio frequency and Wi-Fi technologies.
While many certification bodies ensure products comply with minimum building code requirements, products certified to the WDMA Hallmark Certification Program combine compliance, quality and high performance.
Consumers these days demand innovative products that tap into smart and automated homes using security, solar power, radio frequency and Wi-Fi technologies.
While many certification bodies ensure products comply with minimum building code requirements, products certified to the WDMA Hallmark Certification Program combine compliance, quality and high performance.

Contractor Insights: Reading the Tea Leaves in the Wake of a Global Pandemic

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Photo Credit: Kolbe Windows and Doors The fallout from COVID-19 will be felt for many years to come. Essentially every contractor in the world had their own personal experience with…
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The Challenges and Advantages of Historic Reproduction Doors

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Photo Credit: Masonite Many universities in North America and across the world strive to hit a certain design aesthetic on their campuses. Older, New England-based campuses, for example, embrace classic…

WDMA 2020 U.S. Industry Market Study Product Trends

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The annual WDMA 2020 U.S. Industry Market Study has been released from the Window & Door Manufacturers Association (WDMA). This report provides data and insights into the industry's performance, trends, and…

Celebrating the Evolution of Doors on World Architecture Day

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October 5, 2020 is World Architecture Day. This is our chance to pay tribute to the creative minds who have changed the world by shaping the spaces in which we…
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Advantages and Challenges of Historic Reproduction of Windows

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Photo Credit: Pella Corporation There are several reasons why someone might embark on a historic reproduction project for a building. It might be a personal choice to restore a building…
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Creating an Optimal Occupant Experience

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Consumers nowadays have specific expectations for their home and work spaces. Simply having an aesthetically attractive space is now insufficient; consumers expect specifically chosen elements within their home and work…