American Architectural Manufacturers Association

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10 Products, Technology, and Systems for the Future

In home building's future, new products and technologies will focus on water, energy, and sustainability. More

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Weiland's Liftslide Doors

Weiland's Liftslide doors have met the American Architectural Manufacturers Association's performance requirements for air and water filtration. More

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Stimulus Bill Causes DOE to Increase Energy Standards for Windows and Doors.

Window Makers Brace for Tighter Energy Star Criteria. More

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Perfect Fit

Improper window installation is epidemic, say experts. The good news, though, is... More

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Import War: Vinyl Analysis

The Schaumburg, Ill.-based AAMA says that some 80 percent of the vinyl window components in the United States are produced here and in Canada and are competitively priced and AAMA-certified for performance characteristics. More

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Training and certification program for window and glass door installers

By Stephani L. Miller. Republic Windows and Doors, a manufacturer of custom vinyl windows and doors, now requires all regular installers of their windows to take the American Architectural Manufacturers Association (AAMA) InstallationMasters course, a nationwide training and certification program for installers of windows and glass doors. The company will send trainers to the remodeler's site if workers can't be sent to Republic University. More

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