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Fenestration Reputation

October 15, 2019

Custom window craftsman Eddie Ballesteros celebrates 30 years with Western Window Systems.

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Engineers Katy Fefolt and Jacob Blackburn Become Certified Simulators

Two Western Window Systems engineers recently became certified simulators through the National Fenestration Rating Council (NFRC).

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Strategies for Engaging Natural Light in Design

Daylight. It can be fresh, beautiful, delicate, warm, and renewing – humankind’s first illumination, long before the gift of fire. It brings us energy and hope, makes plants grow, makes water sparkle. Daylight lifts our moods and sets our internal clocks.

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You Asked for a New Handle, You Got a New Handle

Just in time for the holidays: we’re now offering our contemporary handle, currently available for our Series 7650 Sliding Glass Door, as an option for the

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WWS Doors and Windows to Appear in NAHB’s The New American Remodel

Once again, Western Window Systems is a participating partner in The New American Remodel, set to debut at the NAHB International Builders’ Show next February in Las Vegas.

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Day Shift Takes the Title in the Paddle Battle 2018

The two-month struggle between the shop’s day shift and night shift for table tennis supremacy is now complete, and the winner of the WWS Paddle Battle 2018 is ... the day shift.

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Things to Know About Our Holiday Shipping Schedule

The holidays are right around the corner, and to help you manage your projects around our manufacturing schedule during this busy time, here are a few things to know:

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WWS Team Member Feels the Need for Speed with Unusual Hobby

Western Window Systems has a new champion of an unconventional pastime – racing remote control cars – in our midst.

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Ninth Annual Toy Drive Under Way to Benefit Valley Children in Need

It’s time once again for the season of giving, and that means you can give the gift of toys to benefit children in need throughout the county.

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