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In an effort to continually deliver personalized, timely, and consistent customer service to its customers and partners, Western Window Systems has announced a new structure for its sales team with a focus on the customer journey.

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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 themselves and others through uncertainty.

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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 and gratitude to those keeping the business running during challenging times.

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An Environmental Protection Agency report from 2018 stated that Americans spend an average of 90 percent of their time indoors. Now, as people’s homes also become their offices, schools, and recreation areas, having a healthful home environment is more important than ever.

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Jeremy Flynn, WWS’s New Vice President of Custom Sales

1.) What did you do prior to landing the best job you’ll ever have?
I held managerial sales positions at Emser Tile, Milgard, and PGT Custom Windows + Doors.

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Caroline Blazovsky, CEO of My Healthy Home, worries about anyone being stuck in an unhealthy environment. Lately, she’s been especially concerned about those having to isolate in rooms with small windows because of COVID-19.

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From opening floor plans to letting in natural light to indoor-outdoor living, these three projects show the importance of moving glass walls in architecture.

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Western Window Systems’ top priority in managing the coronavirus situation is protecting the health of our employees while keeping the business running

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Graphic showing a PVB acoustic layer between two panels of glass with noise reduction illustrated by red and green arrows

New developments in acoustic glazing are helping glassmakers and installers reduce noise pollution, driving greater demand for quieter buildings.

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