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More from Glass Canada | Architectural | Auto | Windows & Doors November 19, 2012
Win-Door Win-Door bigger and better
Canada's national trade show for the window and door industry, Win-Door, closed Nov. 8 amid widespread expressions of satisfaction with the revised show floor layout, the education program, the increased number of exhibitors and the steady flow of attendees on the 7th. Fenestration Canada delivered an enhanced program for its members at the show, with announcements of big donations to Habitat for Humanity and the Walk It Off Spinal Cord Wellness Centre, and the induction of 12 new industry Pioneers.
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Fulton Fulton representing Bendheim Wall Systems
Bendheim Wall Systems welcomes Fred Fulton and his firm, F1 Glazing Solutions, as its sales representative for Ontario and Quebec. Fulton brings to Bendheim more than 25 years of industry experience, accompanied by long-standing relationships with many Canadian architects and glaziers. His long history in the glazing industry began as he grew up in the family business, Fulton Windows. Fulton started his sales representative business, F1 Glazing Solutions, after Fulton Windows was sold to Oldcastle.
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Energy Star Proposed changes to Energy Star
At Win-Door 2012, Steve Hopwood of Natural Resources Canada introduced a number of proposed updates and changes to the Energy Star program. Proposed criteria for adding windows to Energy Star's Most Efficient recognition program were discussed, as well as changes to the Energy Star technical specification, including climate zones.
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Expert advice on building codes in free webinar
Fenestration Canada is putting on a webinar entitled Building Codes in Canada: Are you ready?, presented by Jeff Baker, on Wednesday, Nov. 28, from 1 to 2 p.m., EST. The approval of the 2010 National Building Code of Canada that includes the reference to the National American Fenestration Standard has changed the code requirements for windows, doors and skylights. This webinar will review the code requirements across the country and what they mean to the construction/remodelling professionals regarding fenestration products.
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