July 13, 2010 | Vol 5, Num 28
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  • Why require certification for insulating glass?
    By Jim Benney
    One way to help assure long-term performance is to require fenestration manufacturers to test and certify insulating glass performance.
  • From the fabricator
    By Max Perilstein
    So as of this past Friday, I am no longer in the employment of Arch Aluminum. And as a buddy reminded me today, it’s been like the line from the Grateful Dead: “What a long strange trip it’s been.”
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Architectural glass and metal systems

PRL Glass Systems, City of Industry, Calif., will showcase a variety of products, including the new Max aluminum sliders, entrance doors and all-glass door panic devices, at GlassBuild America: The Glass, Window & Door Expo. ... read more

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Decorative glass door headlines HGTV's 'Battle on the Block'

In January 2010, Home and Garden Television Producer Jessica Cozzetta called Sans Soucie Art Glass Studios, Palm Desert, Calif., looking for a glass door for a wine room. ... As part of their kitchen remodel, homeowner contestants Kevin and Tracee Holzendorf of Jacksonville, Fla., wanted to turn an old pantry into a wine room, and selected Sans Soucie Art Glass’ Vineyard Grapes Cascade, 3D Carved Wine Door for the entrance. 

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