Ed Page

About Ed Page Page

After 2 years of developing the 2Fold® door system as Chief Engineer at Mullionz LLC, I decided to take the product out on my own. Building on the experiences of designing window and door systems for over 40 years, I have learned a few things. 2Fold® is the best product concept I have ever developed and I intend to take it to great heights.

A Kink in the Supply Chain: How Lean Distribution is Changing the Game

Virtual Manufacturing of Windows and Doors


Why Is Environmental Responsibility Important?


5 reasons Hope’s Windows is the leader in Steel Windows and Doors


What’s up with glazing beads on steel windows and doors?

Funny that you should ask.  It is one of the most misunderstood components in the construction of steel windows and door.  In almost all cases they are NOT made out of steel.  You wouldn’t know to look at them because they are painted to match the hot-rolled steel profile sections.  What you see is paint not steel but then again, you never see the steel of steel windows either.

Why are Steel Windows & Doors SO Hard to Install?


How do I select the best folding door for me?

To make the best decision about anything, you need to identify your goal before you begin.  Most of the time this means that you have a single vision or concept about what your life will be like when this goal is attained and some idea about what it will look like.  This process identifies like a sniper, laser focused on our original vision and how to ascertain it.

Can Window and Door Competitors Be Friends?

Yesterday, I had the pleasure to meet a project architect from a firm I have worked with for many, many years on a job site.  We showed some samples and discussed her project’s design intent and special needs.  It was a lot of fun for me because I have not done a lot of site meetings in the last few years. 

Thermal Insulation & Steel Windows

Types of Steel Window. Door Thermal Breaks. Thermal Break Design. break design. design.

The steel window and door industry has long been resistant to adding thermal insulation to their products.  We need a little history here to help explain the reasons behind the reluctance.

Another Steel Window & Door Company Moves to New York


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