Latest Articles in Retail Glass

  • Most small and mid-sized glass companies don’t have an organized collections process. Collections is something that they do whenever they have the time or need money. As a result, their cash flow suffers unnecessarily.Most glass vendors send invoices promptly to their customers, as soon as their contracts allow. However,client payments are not always handled and monitored with the same care. A...
  • Source: The American Architectural Manufacturers AssociationThe total nonresidential glazing vision area installed in the United States in 2013 increased 3 percentcompared to 2012, and 7 percent compared to 2011, according to the Study of the U.S. Market for Windows, Doors and Skylights from the American Architectural Manufacturers Association, as researched by Ducker Worldwide, www.ducker.com.U....
  • From June 8, 2014, to press time, July 8, 2014.
    Man Crushed by Glass in Aurora, Colo.A worker at Manko Window Systems in Aurora, Colo., died after being crushed by nearly 4,000 pounds of glass on Saturday morning, June 21. Capt. Diane Lord of the Aurora Fire Department said that the victim was helping unload wooden crates of glass at the business when the 4,000-pound load fell on top of him, killing him at the scene.Cardinal Acquires Catalina...
  • The basics: The use of glazing in the design of the massive redevelopment for Glendale Galleria, a 1.5 million-square-foot iconic retail and dining venue and integral mainstay of the Los Angeles community since 1976, addressed several key issues, including striking a balance between aesthetic and functional upgrades that improve access and circulation for the 10+ million visitors each year. From...
  • An advance look at new products on the show floor in Las Vegas
    GlassBuild America: The Glass, Window & Door Expo is expected to host about 375 exhibitors, including more than 100 from outside the United States, at the Las Vegas Convention Center, Sept. 9-11. Note: booth numbers are subject to change. Visit www.glassbuildamerica.com for the most up-to-date information.PPG Industries will showcase its latest product in the Solarban line of architectural...
  • Retailers find opportunity, face challenges with custom projects
    For many glass retailers, the days of working simple mirror and bathroom installations are coming to an end, as homeowners seek out more complex and sophisticated glass options for their bathrooms, balconies and other spaces. Glass companies of all sizes increasingly handle custom projects with high-end, premium glass options, including any range of decorative glass products, and oversized...
  • Advancements across all segments of the glass business, on display at GlassBuild America
    The glass industry is innovating at a never-before-seen pace. As the construction market has improved in recent years, companies have developed better-performing products, available in seemingly unlimited options. And new machinery and equipment, tools and software have allowed those products to be fabricated, transported and installed more easily and efficiently.These advancements will be on...
  • *From May 6, 2014, to press time, June 7, 2014
    School to Replace Glass with Metal Panels after FailureA glass panel fractured and fell from the atrium at Rogue Community College Higher Education Center in Medford, Ore, covering furniture and hitting two students. School officials plan to remove all of the glass panels lining the atrium and replace them with metal panels, according to the Mail Tribune.J.E. Berkowitz to Add Space, Capabilities...
  • What are the most exciting innovations that have come out of the glass industry in the last few years?
    CommercialRick Nelson, president, Northwestern Industries“With the changes in energy codes, it has created some interesting challenges to all the glass manufacturers to develop new products. Before all the new coatings became available the only way to meet solar control was making the glass darker or more reflective. Today everyone wants to increase the solar control and at the same time also...
  • A look at the glass and glazing industry products on display in Chicago
    View some of the glass industry products on the show floor during AIA 2014 in the following photo galleries:AIA 2014, Gallery 1: Products from LaCantina Doors, IBP Glass Floor Systems, PPG, KLEIN, C.R. Laurence, AGNORA, Rockwood, Walker Glass and KawneerAIA 2014, Gallery 2: Products from Major Industries, Kolbe, Custom Window by Wausau, Pella/EFCO, PEMKO, NanaWall, Sedak and Linetec Video from...
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