American Architectural Manufacturers Association

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Window Market Up; Modest for Replacement

Driven by the uptick in the new construction market, total residential window volumes are expected to increase at double-digit rates in 2014, while the replacement market should hold steady. More

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Ensuring a leak-free installation

It's not the replacement window that causes the leaks; it's the installer. Well, most of the time. More

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Gorell Sold, Brand Remains In the Market

Soft-Lite Closes Gorell Plant, Consolidates Manufacturing More

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Window Sales Fall In Year After Tax Credits Expire

What many people in the window replacement business suspected is now official. More

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A Handful of Window Companies Find Ways to Recycle Old Windows

Most old windows end up in landfills. Many home improvement company owners feel... More

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What The Window Industry Expects From Lead Safe Renovation

Richard Walker, president and CEO of the American Architectural Manufacturers Association (AAMA), which represents window and door manufacturers, responds to the latest developments in implementation of the Environmental Protection Agency's lead-safe renovation rules. More

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How Window World Plans To Get Even Bigger

Founded in 1995, Window World has emerged this year as the largest home improvement company in the U.S. More

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How Tax Credits Help The Window Replacement Industry

Rich Walker, president and CEO of the American Architectural Manufacturers Association talks about The American Recovery and Reinvestment Act and prospects for economic recovery. More

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A new program will enable vinyl siding installers to earn certification. More

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