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November 13, 2014
FEATURED NEWS: Azon to end production of Warm-Light
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StatsCan building permits report: September 2014

Municipalities issued building permits worth $7.5 billion in September, up 12.7% from August, following a 27.3% decrease the previous month. The increase in September resulted primarily from higher construction intentions for both non-residential and residential buildings in Ontario. >> Read full article

Amesbury Truth names new director of marketing

AmesburyTruth has announced the hiring of its new Director of Marketing, Kevin Anez. With more than 21 years of experience in the building materials industry, Anez comes to AmesburyTruth from Viracon, where he was Director of Marketing and Product Management for the architectural commercial glass business. >> Read full article

Fenestration B.C. announces December education program

The Fenestration Association of B.C. has announced several educational opportunities for the month of December. >> Read full article

 Sponsor’s Message 

Visit Fenzi at Win-Door Booth 1338-1340

Chromatech and Chromatech Ultra Stainless Steel warmedge spacers have been added for distribution, manufactured by Roll Tech, a Fenzi owned company. These spacers are available with corner keys and connectors for those wishing to bend on bending equipment, providing improved thermal properties over traditional aluminum spacer. Both Chromatech and Chromatech Ultra spacer’s are available in a wide range of air space widths. The Chromatech Ultra has a polycarbonate bridge across the top, available in traditional white, grey and black colors. Fenzi North America continues to be your single source supplier for all your IG component needs.
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 Featured News 

Azon to end production of Warm-Light

Effective immediately, Azon will no longer produce the warm-edge spacer product Warm-Light for insulating glass. According to David Mills, Azon CEO, “Even though we believe the product to be the very best spacer for thermal and structural performance, we simply are not able to produce the material in our plant in a cost-efficient manner and we are unable to improve margins and still remain competitive in the marketplace.” >> Learn More…

 Event Calendar 


Tuesday, November 18, 2014
Location: Metro Toronto Convention Centre - South Building >> More Info

Construct Canada

Wednesday, December 3, 2014
Location: Metro Toronto Convention Centre - South Building >> More Info

Fenestration Canada 2015 AGM

Thursday, June 4, 2015
Location: Vancouver, B.C. >> More Info