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Volume 35, Number 4, April 1999


Features

  • Evolving Concepts in Glass Performance - Heightened consumer awareness is driving the demand for high performance glass packages.
  • Let There Be Light - Skylights and sunrooms for both commercial and residential applications.
  • The Survey Says . . .  - Find out the results of the First Annual Contract Glazing Survey conducted by USGlass magazine. Learn the top three problems in the contract glazing industry and what the suppliers say can be done to correct them.
  • Join the Stampede - Glass Expo Calgary '99 comes to town June 25-26.

USGOpenings

  • Argon-Filled IG Units - USGlass explores the problem of spontaneous implosion of argon gas filled low-E insulating glass units. This article details the causes and possible corrections for a growing problem.
  • Fenestration Focus - In his bimonthly, Clark Halladay discusses what small manufactuers must do to succeed in the window and door industry.

USGAuto

  • A Winning Move - The National Windshield Repair Association gathered its members in Las Vegas for a two-day conference that included marketing, customer service and technical advice.
  • Windshield Repair - Amy Hohl, of DCM Co., explains why windshield repair is often a viable alternative over replacement.
  • USGAuto News

Departments


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