September 4, 2007 | Vol 2, Num 36
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News to know
Former Efco CEO responds to buyout
Glass Magazine announces Crystal Achievement Award winners
GlassBuild America to open with record number of exhibitors
More top stories
Product spotlight
Historic preservation glazing
Glass companies make the ranks of fastest growing companies
Business headlines
Do you think the merging of strong residential players with strong commercial players will become more common in the industry?
Not sure

Last week's poll results: 
Do you think the fall of the subprime mortgage market will affect construction spending in the nonresidential segment?

39.09%: Yes, but it will be minor

36.36%: Yes, and it could be severe

24.55%: No, the market is strong enough to withstand it



Product spotlight

Historic preservation glazing
Moduline Window Systems of Wausau, Wis., introduced the Renaissance aluminum glazing system. It has the appearance of original windows in old buildings but with improved energy efficiency. The system has neoclassical architectural style, replicates the look of wood and steel windows with putty glazing, and restores a sloped exterior appearance. Available in any Moduline window system, Renaissance offers historic color duplication, retention of narrow sightline glass-to-frame ratio and duplication of original frame width and depth. It is available in arched, gothic and other classical period frames, and several trim options.

Moduline Window Systems is part of the Vistawall Group in Terrell, Texas, recently acquired by Oldcastle Glass, Santa Monica, Calif.

800/972-9110 |

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