American Architectural Manufacturers Association

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AAMA: $500K Crackdown on Lowe's Over Lead-Paint Rule Was a Publicity Stunt

EPA penalties were intended to push remodelers into getting certification while making an example of Lowe's, association's president says. Read more

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Why Fiberglass Windows Are Gaining Popularity Why Fiberglass Windows Are Gaining Popularity

Fiberglass windows, once a niche product, continue to become more mainstream for homeowners and contractors. Read more

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Did the Stimulus Stimulate?

For window replacement contractors, the tax credits have helped salvage a season that might otherwise have been lost. Read more

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Energy Links: Online ARRA Resources

Consult these sites to find more information on energy-related technology and tax credits. Read more

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Getting the Word Out

It's been a lousy few years for the residential replacement window industry. So when the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act was signed into law, and tax credits for energy-efficient home improvements were made available, window replacement contractors wasted no time getting the word out. Read more

Composite windows show slow growth
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Composite windows show slow growth

Despite predictions in the late '90s that composite products were going to be a... Read more

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Training and certification program for window and glass door installers

By Stephani L. Miller. Republic Windows and Doors, a manufacturer of custom vinyl windows and doors, now requires all regular installers of their windows to take the American Architectural Manufacturers Association (AAMA) InstallationMasters course, a nationwide training and certification program for installers of windows and glass doors. The company will send trainers to the remodeler's site if workers can't be sent to Republic University. Read more

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