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The Window and Door Manufacturers Association provides quality programs to meet members’ evolving educational needs and through unmatched legislative advocacy efforts WDMA assures members interest.

WDMA is leading the way in elevating the discussion, advocacy and educational content within the industry. By working together, we accomplish more. Whether you are manufacturers of windows, exterior doors and skylights; architectural door manufacturers; suppliers to the industry; or professionals including specifiers, builders, contractors and architects WDMA creates a forum where its members can exchange ideas and engage in solution-focused initiatives for the North American and Canadian window, door and skylight industry.

Working collaboratively to bring all the members in the window, door, and skylight profession– its goal is to produce meaningful educational tools to support members and those alike, and become the “go to” resource for the industry.


WDMA Fall Virtual Conference
Session Recordings
Now On-Demand 


Conference Archives. Did you miss the WDMA Fall Conference this year? Or maybe you attended, but couldn’t hit all the terrific sessions. Don’t worry! Recordings are available to view.

WDMA sought out thought-leaders from various fields, and brought them together for our 2020 Fall Conference. The two-day event featured forecasts for all aspects of the residential, remodeling, multifamily and commercial markets, as well as the window and door demand, and contractor sentiment. Plus, your leadership team will not want to miss the sessions addressing resiliency, unconscious bias and the “science” of success.


Purchase the presentation recordings here, you must be logged into the WDMA website.



WDMA Technical & Manufacturing Conference 
WDMA hosted the Technical and Manufacturing Conference in June, which was streamed over the course of two days. The conference was kicked-off by a presentation on the results of WDMA’s 2020 U.S. Industry Market Study by The Farnsworth Group. Other presentations covered a wide range of topics of interest to the window, door and skylight industry ranging from updates to the 2020 National Green Building Standard (NGBS) to working with third-party testing agencies for submitting a test plan to your certification program operators.

Additional highlights from the conference included a presentation on changes to the 2019 edition of the NFPA 80, a panel discussion providing guidance on effectively using the WDMA I.S. 11 to reduce the amount of testing needed, as well as a presentation providing additional perspectives on how to most effectively balance energy efficiency and occupant comfort when selecting energy efficient windows.

To purchase the archived presentations, click here.

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