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An attractive 90-degree bi-fold door completely opens up the corner of the restaurant to the outdoors.

Whether it’s a bustling urban restaurant, beachfront real estate, or an innovative office in the desert, 90-degree configurations of multi-slide or bi-fold doors can transform commercial settings.

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Floor to ceiling sliding glass doors open the Lincoln Bar at Mammoth’s Canyon Lodge to the mountains outside.

Work started on a major remodel of the Lincoln Bar at Mammoth Canyon Lodge in Mammoth Lakes, California in October 2019.

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Five Things to Know About Our 2020 Holiday Shipping Schedule

The holidays are coming, and we want you to know a few things that will make managing your projects around our production schedule easier this season.

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Commercial Sales Team Expands

To fully align its support capabilities with the needs of its customers, Western Window Systems has announced new roles in the commercial sales and support team, including the addition of a commerc

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Imagining the Post-Pandemic Office

Wellbeing initiatives are driving design for work environments of the future, and architects are up for the challenge.

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Leading ladies tackles pandemic stress

Leading Ladies, PGT Innovations’ voluntary women’s network, hosted its first virtual event on August 28, drawing women from across the PGT Innovations family of brands to focus on how to lead thems

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Two Western Window Systems employees wearing face masks and holding boxed lunches.

Standing six feet apart and surrounded by balloons and banners, Western Window Systems employees were treated to a free boxed lunch in late July as part of the company’s initiative to show support

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Multi-Slide Doors: Trends, Materials

What’s new and next in multi-slide doors?

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Covid volunteers

As the coronavirus (COVID-19) situation continues to unfold and present challenges, employees at Western Window Systems are doing things to lift each other up and help the surrounding community.

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