Posts Tagged ‘ Westlab ’

Energy Experts Share Thoughts on Trends and What the Industry Really Needs

Oct 20th, 2020

“Are you going to stand by and let competitors come in or are you going to get involved?” Those were the words of Marc LaFrance, windows technology manager on the emerging technologies team at the Department of Energy (DOE), when he appeared as part of a panel discussion this week during the virtual fall meeting […]

Canada Code Updates: What You Need to Know

Sep 26th, 2017

The recent updates to provincial building codes in Canada are aggressive for fenestration products, but long-term changes proposed by Natural Resources Canada could be exceptionally stringent, according to Jeff Baker, president of WESTLab Canada and Technical Consultant for Fenestration Canada. Baker discussed the changes during a webinar last week on the Canadian Energy Codes and […]

What’s Going on with Canadian Codes?

Jan 23rd, 2017

The adoption of the North American Fenestration Standard (NAFS) has been one of the biggest changes in the Canadian door and window industry in recent years, according to Jeff Baker, president of Westlab and Fenestration Canada’s technical consultant. Baker recently gave a webinar for the American Architectural Manufacturers Association (AAMA) on the current code-making process […]