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W&D Weekly
April 5, 2017
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Proposed Changes to Prop 65 Could Further Over-Labeling

The California Environmental Protection Agency's Office of Environmental Health Hazard Assessment recently amended California’s Proposition 65. The final changes impose new requirements on the content and methods of transmission of toxicity warnings and are to take place by August 30, 2018. Read More

Last Chance for May Press Opportunity
Today is the deadline for door manufacturers and entry door component suppliers to submit information on their latest products for a special showcase that will run in the May issue of Window & Door. Click Here to Submit

More News
Saand Acquires Guardian Massachusetts Fabrication Facility
Tony Hair Promoted to President of Masonites Global Residential Business
GPI Group Adds Two Firms
LaCantina Doors Wins Customer Satisfaction Award
Product Spotlight
Contemporary Clad, LaCantina Doors' most energy efficient

Featuring a low maintenance aluminum exterior with multiple profile designs and the warmth of a wood interior, the Contemporary Clad complements any architectural style and window package. Perfectly proportioned, the Contemporary Clad provides a beautiful aesthetic and increased thermal performance. LaCantina’s most energy efficient material option complies with new stringent energy codes and is available in their folding, multi slide and swing systems for a perfect match.

The Talk

By Kelly Smith, Window & Door magazine

If my first few weeks working at the National Glass Association are any indication, I am in for a great experience. I worked with the NGA staff for the past several years, and jumped at the opportunity to come on board with this outstanding organization. 

Along with getting established in my new position, getting to know the people who make up the fenestration world and what matters to them is at the core of my work. I’m beginning to build a network of connections with the people and organizations in this residential window and door manufacturing space. Read More

New Monthly Reader Poll

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