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In Focus

Through its subject-matter experts and years of expertise in the fenestration industry, Quanex brings you InFocus – the premier industry blog for the latest market insights, marketing trends, association news and legislation updates.

200 Anthony Wright

Anthony Wright is the Director of Strategic Marketing & Analysis for Quanex Building Products. With more than 20 years of experience leading research projects and setting long-term business strategies for national brands, Anthony will keep you up to date on the latest market insights.

Contact Anthony Wright directly at Anthony.Wright@quanex.com

200 Carrie Scheetz

Carrie Scheetz is Marketing Project Manager for Quanex Building Products. She has more than 10 years of experience in the fenestration industry, planning and executing robust, modern tradeshow and event strategies. Carrie is an expert at bringing value to both customers and sales representatives.

Contact Carrie Scheetz directly at Carrie.Scheetz@quanex.com

200 Eric Thompson

Eric Thompson is a National Account Manager for Quanex Building Products with more than 15 years of experience specializing in vinyl window and door profiles. Eric’s high level of expertise and close relationships with customers will bring you the most relevant trends in vinyl.

Contact Eric Thompson directly at Eric.Thompson@quanex.com

200 Erin Johnson

Erin Johnson is the Director of Marketing at Quanex Building Products. She has more than 20 years of experience in the fenestration industry and leads the global marketing and branding efforts for all of Quanex’s business units. She’ll keep you up to speed on marketing trends to help maximize your business.

Contact Erin Johnson directly at Erin.Johnson@quanex.com

200 Joe Erb

Joe Erb is a Commercial Sales Specialist for Quanex Building Products. With more than 20 years of experience, Joe drives awareness and use of high-performance glazing and framing in the commercial market through education and technical support. His technical background brings into focus the challenges and the opportunities in today’s industry.

Contact Joe Erb directly at Joe.Erb@quanex.com

200 Natalia Bubis

Natalia Bubis is the Corporate HR Manager at Quanex Building Products. She has over eight years of experience in human resources and career development, and will help you keep the pulse on today’s evolving HR and talent landscape.

Contact Natalia Bubis directly at Natalia.Bubis@quanex.com

Ahead of WinDoor 2017 Ottawa Considering Code Changes

Quanex’s Andrew Moore talks about new building code news out of Canada, and what window and door manufacturers have to learn at WinDoor 2017.

Posted: November 14, 2017 by Guest Blogger

Filed under: building, codes, energy, WinDoor

Imagine a World without ENERGY STAR

The Trump presidency  could mean major changes to the fenestration agency. Ric Jackson,  Quanex's director of government relations,  explores the future of  ENERGY STAR.

Posted: November 21, 2016 by Ric Jackson

Filed under: energy, fenestration, government

Is Texas Going Green?

Wind turbines now account for 16 percent of Texas' generating capacity. Anthony Wright, Quanex's director of strategic marketing & analysis, shares how Texas is going green.

Posted: September 30, 2016 by Anthony Wright

Filed under: energy, green, solar

Big Implications in the Solar Boom

At the beginning of this year, I wrote about how a series of strong tailwinds were helping to push the solar market to new heights in 2016. The broad global climate agreement signed in Paris late last year, a five-year extension on a beneficial tax credit for solar investment in the United States, and a greater focus on environmental sustainability among businesses all indicated that solar was set for a big 2016.

Posted: July 29, 2016 by Anthony Wright

Filed under: energy, green, solar, sustainable

(Multi)Family Matters

Multifamily housing has led the housing recovery out of recession. The headline data has been great. Over the past year, multifamily starts are up 28 percent compared to single-family starts which are up a mere 12 percent. The original forecast at the end of 2014 was for single-family starts to rise 25 to 30 percent in 2015 while multifamily starts were projected to grow 15 percent. Thus on a (SAAR) seasonally adjusted annual rate, single-family starts were projected to grow from 728,000 starts to 946,000 starts, while multifamily starts were projected to grow from 361,000 starts to 415,000 starts in 2015.

Posted: February 29, 2016 by Anthony Wright

Filed under: analytics, energy, multifamily, trends