Posts Tagged ‘ Marvin Windows ’

What Does AI Think of Doors and Windows? (an “Interview” with ChatGPT)

Sep 18th, 2023

Starting in the 1940s, the idea for artificial intelligence lingered in laboratories and on the fringes of society for decades. In the 1980s and 1990s, development of machine learning techniques showed glimmers of hope for the technology’s potential, sparking a heightened period of development in the 2000s. Soon, AI became part of our day-to-day lives—most […]

Industry Innovation

Mar 11th, 2019

Being part of a trade organization is a great way to learn about innovation in our industry. There are 91,000 trade associations in the U.S. and these groups are responsible for $50 billion worth of volunteer time. That’s a lot of opportunity for learning! Every businessperson should owe part of his time and treasure to […]

At AIA, Fenestration Exhibitors Focus in On Modern Trends

May 23rd, 2016

Across the show floor at the 2016 American Institute of Architects Convention last week, the word “contemporary” was repeated over and over, from one booth to the next. The event was held Thursday through Saturday in Philadelphia. This focus on modern-style trends was reflected in the widespread display of dark-colored products, particularly in the residential […]

Integrity Promotes Most Efficient Ranking

Mar 22nd, 2013

Products in the wood-Ultrex line from Integrity® by Marvin Windows and Doors was named as Most Efficient by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), as part of the EPA’s Energy Star program. Most Efficient products have gone through rigorous testing and independent certification above and beyond regular Energy Star certification. Integrity Windows and Doors achieved the […]