Jeld Wen windows and doors is not filing bankruptcy

By , September 15, 2011 7:24 pm

River City Glass is happy to announce that Jeld Wen windows and doors is strong as ever and still a leader in the market.

Last week one news organization speculated on JELD-WEN’s financial situation and stated that JELD-WEN had “failed” to sell bonds and that the company was therefore facing possible bankruptcy. This article is based on a false premise and is extremely misleading, but it was nonetheless perpetuated by other news media who likewise did not double-check the accuracy.
1) JELD-WEN is not facing bankruptcy. The Company has more than adequate cash and liquidity to conduct business as usual.
2) JELD-WEN has pre-marketed our bond offering, which is still in process and we have not yet attempted to price and sell our bonds.
3) JELD-WEN’s agreement with Onex is on track, and both JELD-WEN and Onex are committed to closing the transaction as planned. Onex released a public statement through Bloomberg this week stating, “We remain committed to the transaction, are working with the company to complete the financing, and expect to close in the coming weeks.”

We have taken steps to address the media with accurate information and we have had some success in securing more accurate reports in the trade and general media; however, misinformation persists and we understand that this causes uncertainty among those who are concerned about their current and future JELD-WEN orders.  We would like to assure you that you have every reason to continue with your steadfast endorsement of our brand, products and service as you sell JELD-WEN windows and doors to your customers. 
Thank you for your continued business and we appreciate your unwavering support.

Warm regards, Warm regards,
JELD-WEN, inc. JELD-WEN, inc.
RCW PO
Rod Wendt Philip Orsino
Chief Executive Officer President

New safety code hopes to reduce and prevent accidental child deaths.

By , September 15, 2011 7:11 pm
 River City Glass does it’s best to keep up with an everchanging industry. We are happy to post this new code established to prevent and/or reduce the amount of deaths caused by children and adults falling out of two story or higher windows. We back this code 100 percent and hope that through the new code and compliance by window retailers we will be able to save lives.Across the world, falls account for over half of all domestic accidents involving children and constitute the second most common cause of accidental death in children after road accidents. In the United States, falls from windows account for an estimated 12 deaths and 4,000 injuries among children under 10 years of age every year.Window manufacturers are determined to do everything possible to prevent these tragedies happening to families across our nation. The new code, ASTM F2090-2008 and 2010, is the result of window industries’ efforts to save lives, by improving window safety through organizations such as the Window Safety Task Force of the National Safety Council.

This specification establishes the installation, safety, performance, and labelling requirements for devices intended to address the risk of injury and death associated with accidental falls from windows by children five years old and younger.

   

 

   BRIEF EXPLANATION OF THE NEW STANDARDOpen Window – No more than 4 inches
When opening control devices or window fall prevention screens are properly engaged, the window opening must be less than 4 inches. Release Mechanism – No tools or special knowledge for emergency escape Window opening control devices must have release mechanisms to allow an escape in case of an emergency. They should be designed to allow an escape without the need for special knowledge, tools or keys.

Release Mechanism – Independent operations of release mechanism
To protect against the unintentional operation by a young child, the emergency escape release mechanism must be operated either by

  • two independent single actions or
  • one dual action

The sash and the release mechanism needs to operate independently of each other.

Force Needed – Maximum force 15 lbf
The force required to release the emergency escape mechanism should not exceed
15 lbf (66N).

Automatic Reset
After the window opening control device is released, it must automatically reset when the window sash is fully closed.

Easily Seen Indicator
The emergency escape release mechanism must be clearly visible so that it can be used in an emergency situation without impediment.

No interference with integrity of window
Opening window with the control device must not interfere with the operation, function or performance of the window. The opening control device must also comply with any other applicable code standard requirements.

Instructions / Warnings that must be included
Each aftermarket window opening control device, when sold, must include installation instructions, operating instructions and safety information in the packaging.

Weather
The emergency escape release mechanism must operate properly under all reasonably foreseeable operating – and weather conditions.

Testing
Window opening control devices must be tested and need to meet all requirements in accordance with Section 8b.

Other
Window opening control devices and emergency escape release mechanisms must not prevent the window unit from complying with applicable code requirements for minimum opening size.

 

 

 

Fall is a great time for new windows!

By , August 31, 2011 7:11 pm

Now that the kids are back to school and the weather is perfect it is a great time to consider upgrading your old windows to new vinyl windows, wood windows, or wood clad windows. Prices are still low and the weather is not too hot or too cold, not to mention we still have a few weeks of no rain!

Call now for a free estimate. We offer everything from windows on a budget to the absolute best window money can buy. We have our own in house installation team and our warranties are worth bragging about!

River City Glass in a BBB Integrity Counts Award Winner. So you know you WILL NOT be disappointed!

We service all of southern Idaho. Don’t wait for the weather to turn or the prices to go up. Call now.

We look forward to the opportunity to serve you!

Boise Best glass

By , August 2, 2011 7:08 pm

River City Glass is Boise’s best glass and window supplier. We have boise’s best quality and service on replacement glass and replacement windows. We offer quality products at incredibly fair prices.  Call now for your free quote!

 

 

Nampa’s best glass replacement, Caldwell’s best glass replacement, Kuna’s best glass replacement, Meridian’s best glass repalcement

Replacement Glass

By , August 1, 2011 10:03 pm

If you are not in the market for new windows, or if you are worried that new windows will blow the budget let us give you a free quote on replacement glass on your existing windows. Whether you have vinyl windows, wood windows, or aluminum windows River City Glass can replace only the glass and leave the frames and trim left in tact. The process of just changing out the failed glass in no way jeopardises the integrity of the window. We can even replace window glass to increase energy efficiency.  Our replacement glass comes with a full manufacturers warranty and the replacement glass is installed according the original manufacturers specifications.

We can provide any and all glazing options as well as match the original spacer bar between the glass panes for a more original look on the replacement glass. Plain or decorative grid patterns can be selected for each window sash.

 Give us a call today for a free quote. We can also replace the insulated glass on your motor home, coach, camper, recreational vehicle, or RV.
Thank you for the opportunity!

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River City Glass

By , July 30, 2011 2:04 pm

River City Glass and Design,Inc. in Idaho is a locally family owned and operated company. We are not affiliated to River City Auto Glass in Kuna, Idaho or River City Glass in Spokane, Wa.
River City Glass has been operating in the Treasure Valley for 11 years and services all of southern Idaho. We are located in Nampa, Idaho near the sugar beet factory.
We specialize in mirrors, shower doors, shower enclosures, replacement glass, replacement windows, vinyl windows, aluminum windows, wood windows, wood clad windows, patio doors, french doors, flat glass, custom cut glass and mirror, beveled mirrors, rv glass, rv replacement glass, recreational vehicle replacement glass, camper glass, screens, patio door sliding screen doors, insulated glass, replacement insulated glass, storefront doors and glass, replacement hardware for windows and doors, patio door rollers, and much more. We offer free estimates. So give us a call. We look forward to the opportunity and building a new relationship whether you are a homeowner or a contractor.

We’ve Moved

By , July 23, 2011 10:19 pm

River City Glass has moved. We have decided to place ourselves at a more central location to better provide our customers in the entire Treasure Valley of Idaho.

We are now located at 2118 Cortland Place in Nampa, Idaho just west of the sugar beet factory off of Karcher road.

We service all of southern Idaho including but not limited to Boise, Nampa, Caldwell, Wilder, Parma, Notus, Meridian, Kuna, Emmett, Eagle, Melba, Fruitland, Weiser, McCall, Donnely, Twin Falls, Mountain Home, And Burley, Idaho.

We provide vinyl windows and vinyl patio doors, wood windows and patio doors, wood clad windows and patio doors, replacement windows, replacement vinyl windows, mirrors, shower doors, shower enclosures, cabinet glass, insulated glass, glass repair, rv replacement glass, recreational vehichle glass, camper trailer glass, and custom cutting of glass and mirror.

We offer free estimates and consultation.  Give us a call you might just be pleasantly surprised!

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What is a good brand of shower enclosure?

By , November 27, 2009 4:31 pm
shower enclosures
John S asked:

I am looking to buy a shower enclosure and want to know which are the best brands to go for. I’ve tried the obvious ones like Daryl and Aqualux but they don’t supply quite the right type I’m after. Any suggested brands would be appriciated.

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Can I use FRP sheets for the walls in a shower enclosure?

By , November 5, 2009 11:10 am
shower enclosures
Downrvergirl asked:

If I use a shower pan can I use FRP on the walls of the enclosure if I seal it with properly? I’m looking for the cheapest and easiest way to replace my cracked fiberglass tub that I tore out this afternoon.Thanks!

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Can anybody recommend software for designing shower enclosures?

By , November 5, 2009 2:30 am
shower enclosures
Shower Guy asked:

I would really like it to show 3D pictures too.

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