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January 9, 2019
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The Industry Pulse
Window & Door welcomes in the new year with its annual Industry Pulse report, taking stock of 2018 and looking to what 2019 may have in store. This year’s survey of window and door manufacturers, dealers and suppliers revealed that the industry continues on a slightly upward trajectory. Read More
 
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Marvin Acquires SIW Windows & Doors Assets; Forms SIW Solutions with Owners
 
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PGT Innovations Elects Frances Powell Hawes to Board of Directors
 
Masonite Names New Chief Information Officer
 
Smart Lock with Multipoint Locking System to Debut at CES
 
Western Window Systems Announces New Indoor-Outdoor Solutions During 2019 IBS in Vegas
 
ODL Launches New Website for Blink Blinds + Glass
 
Modernize, MarketSharp Collaborate on Lead Generation Service
 
Product Spotlight
Veka: 82 Series Window System

The 82 Series Window System by Veka is a window system of slider, casement and picture windows designed for performance. The system’s 1 3/8-inch maximum glass thickness allows for the windows to be triple glazed while maintaining enough spacing for thermal performance, say company officials. Key features of the system include a 4 9/16-inch frame depth, an all-welded frame and sash, a full complement of accessory profiles, an interior glazed frame and an exterior glazed sash. The 82 Series includes multiple glazing bead options using single or dual durometer and triple weather stripping to achieve DP60 rated performance levels.

 
The Talk

Mitchell Parker, Houzz

As we enter the new year and homeowners begin to think about the home projects they’ll tackle in 2019, it’s important to plan for the trends that may take hold in the coming months. New materials, styles and features are already emerging among popular photos on Houzz that will impact the fenestration industry. We’ve identified the top three that will make the boldest statements in the coming year. Read More




 

 

 

 
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