2019 Window+Door Award Winners Announced
Atlanta, September 18, 2019 - Window+Door magazine announced the winners of the 2019 Window+Door Awards (formerly, the Crystal Achievement Awards) during a ceremony at GlassBuild America: The Glass, Window & Door Expo in Atlanta. The awards program recognizes the best products in the residential fenestration industry.
“We are proud to honor this year’s products in the legacy of innovation that the Crystal Achievement Awards founded and that the Window + Door Awards promise to continue,” says Emily Thompson, editor in chief, Window+Door magazine. The name change, she explains, is part of the recent redesign of Window+Door magazine. “While our winners still achieve the highest honor, Window+Door Award winners now have a seal that connects them directly to fenestration and clarifies that the recognition comes from a fenestration authority. This change lends a distinct credibility and prestige to the award winners both within and outside the industry.”
All manufacturers of residential windows and doors, as well as component and equipment suppliers, are eligible to be nominated for a Window+Door Award. A panel of judges representing all segments of the residential fenestration industry reviewed nominations and selected winners based on a specific set of criteria for each category. Judges cast their ballots for the products, processes, programs and machines they deem to have a substantial impact on the advancement of the industry.
In addition to being recognized at during GlassBuild America, the winners will be featured in the October/November 2019 issue of Window+Door, in WDweekly and on WindowandDoor.com.
About Window + Door Magazine
Covering the entire residential fenestration industry, from source to sale, Window+Door is the official publication of NGA’s premier trade show, GlassBuild America: The Glass, Window & Door Expo. Window+Door provides manufacturers, distributors and dealers of residential windows, doors and skylights focused news coverage; insightful articles on market and design trends; regular columns on codes, legal issues, and marketing ideas; full coverage of new products; and expert articles on operations and technology. Published eight times a year, including the annual Fenestration Buying Guide, Window & Door also publishes WDweekly, WindowandDoor.com and WindowandDoorDigital.com. Visit WindowandDoor.com for more information.