January/February 2020July 21st, 2021 by Nathan Hobbs
With the economy and residential construction poised for slight drawbacks, [DWM]’s editors turn to expert sources for analysis.
The results of our 2019 survey are in and we must say—they’re very revealing. Numerous categories show distinct interests.
With more oversized and brightly colored doors expected, this year’s International Builders’ Show is sure to have some repeats. But we found plenty new to look for.
With divergent trends ranging from wrought iron to modern, across fiberglass, wood and steel, the entry doors market looks to grab customers from all points on the spectrum.
This year’s WinDoor show pulled off a big atmosphere in Toronto—delivering on a Kiss tribute band, plenty of business deals and bigtime awards.
What we’re hearing about the current market
Standard 2502 grows up, allowing for larger designs
How some of the latest developments impact doors and windows
Why we all should be cheering for modular construction
A look at how 2020 should be a positive year for millwork
From M&As to awards and expansions
A wild goose chase ends at Lowe’s
The industry’s latest products
Sales to executive leadership—all of the latest faces
A visual and statistical look at trends and issues
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