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May 6, 2020
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Working Remotely: Hardware, Software and Soft Skills
The COVID-19 crisis has required many businesses to move at least some operations remotely. While construction field work cannot be completed remotely, state stay-at-home orders have mandated that companies change how they do business for the time being. Read how companies can adapt and upgrade their IT processes to continue communicating and collaborating at home. Read More
COVID-19 News
CDC Offers Guidance for Cleaning and Disinfecting Surfaces
Remodeling Spending to Decline Amid COVID-19 Pandemic
Industry News
MI Windows Closes Two Milgard Production Facilities
GED Introduces GED Software
Registration Opens for Virtual WDMA Technical & Manufacturing Conference
18th Annual Fenetech User Conference Begins
Inox Introduces Antimicrobial Hardware
Product Spotlight
Quanex Is Here and Can Help Reduce Your Screen Time
Struggling with inventory? Devoting too much floor space to screens production? Looking to boost plant efficiency?  
Quanex’s full-service screens outsourcing solutions can help. Built to your exact specifications, packaged to your preference and delivered according to your production schedule, count on Quanex to meet your every need. Eliminate extra inventory, save costs and floor space, and redirect your capital to higher-margin manufacturing. Learn More.
The Talk
Work from Home: A COVID-19 Legacy
By Laurie Cowin
More than 26 million Americans already worked from home at least part of the time, according to 2018 data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics. Sources expect this burgeoning trend to gain even more traction in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic forcing as much of the workforce as is possible to work from home. Fenestration companies are following suit. Read More






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