Posts Tagged ‘ Energy-Star-rated products ’

Sales Training: It’s Really Important in 2024

Mar 7th, 2024

With the new construction market being hampered due to high interest rates, our industry will be leaning heavier on the remodeling and replacement (R&R) segment of the market to help us achieve decent sales growth this year. With many companies choosing to limit their Energy Star rated products or to drop out of the Energy […]

Colorado Law Leaves Much to Be Determined About Doors, Windows and Energy Star Requirements

Oct 9th, 2023

The Fenestration and Glazing Industry Alliance (FGIA) held its Fall Conference recently, including an update on a law in Colorado requiring all residential structures three stories or lower to use Energy Star-rated products. Not all of the law’s details are as clear as most windows, Jeremy Neustifter, air quality policy director at the Colorado Department […]

U.S. News & World Report Tags ‘Best Window Replacement Companies’

Sep 28th, 2023

U.S. News & World Report released its “Best Window Replacement Companies” for 2023, including nine manufacturers. Published through U.S. News 360 Reviews, the magazine selected window companies to award across categories ranging from Best Budget to Best Overall, noting the pros and cons of each provider. “If the age, wear and tear on your current […]

DOE Aims to Drive Adoption of Better Glass

Apr 5th, 2021

Amid the National Fenestration Rating Council’s (NFRC) Spring Committee Meeting last week, Doug Anderson, a project manager for the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), reported that sales for Energy-Star-rated products remain high. Too high, perhaps. With program goals initially aiming for 20% adoption and current market shares registering at 86% for windows, 87% for hinged entry […]