• Supply shortages impacting fenestration industry

    Cascadia continues to navigate material availability and pricing volatility impacting the construction industry

    Over the last 18 months, price increases and supply chain shortages have risen sharply in the construction industry due to the global pandemic. These increases have been particularly pronounced over the last 6-months.

    In that time, Cascadia has navigated this uncertainty through a diversified and broadened supply network, as well actively engaging project stakeholders—new and existing—to limit impacts.

    “Despite some of the struggles felt in the construction industry—and the fenestration industry in particular—I’m impressed with how project teams have been able to respond to a changing supply landscape,” says Mike Battistel, president of Cascadia Windows & Doors.

    Flexibility, contingency planning, and communication have been key to keeping projects on track, despite the turmoil.

    “The issues have really been industry wide,” explains Battistel, “so everyone is in the same boat, from contractors and developers, to supplier and manufacturers. It’s really been about everyone working together to get through and keep projects moving forward.”

    “We’re hopeful that as vaccination rates continue to increase, COVID restriction are eased and suppliers have a chance to respond to demand, we’ll see pricing and lead times normalize,” says Battistel. “In the meantime, Cascadia will continue to actively work with clients to keep projects on track.”

  • June 23, 2021

    Cascadia Windows & Doors Joins Light the Night

    Cascadia Windows & Doors is proud to announce the company will be participating in this year’s Light the Night walk, organized by the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society of Canada. Hosted across Canada on Oct [...]

  • June 17, 2021

    Incorporating Commercial Doors by Others

    In mid-2021, Cascadia Windows & Doors announced the company would shift its product offerings to incorporate third-party commercial doors—supplied by others—as the default solution in commercial proje [...]

  • November 20, 2020

    Cascadia featured in Globe & Mail article

    Recently, the Globe & Mail featured Cascadia's President Michael Battistel in an article discussing Passive House, fenestration industry trends and the future of windows.


    One reason passive-house [...]

  • August 20, 2020

    Cascadia Windows & Doors Featured in gb&d Magazine

    Recently, Green Building & Design magazine featured an article from Cascadia's Technical Director Michael Bousfield. The Ask the Expert feature delves into the benefits of fiberglass windows, as well [...]

  • June 11, 2020

    Mike Battistel elected to ASTTBC Council

    Cascadia Windows & Doors is proud to announce the company’s president, Mike Battistel, has been recently elected as a council director of the Applied Science Technologists & Technicians of British Col [...]

  • June 3, 2020

    COVID-19 Response Update - 2020-06-02

    Over the past 12 weeks, Cascadia has incorporated key recommendations from provincial and federal health authorities and has been able to continue manufacturing operations without significant impact. [...]

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