• CertainTeed achieved ENERGY STAR's Challenge for Industry at its Social Circle, Ga., cellular PVC trim plant.

  • ProVia promoted Lee Shaw to vice president of sales for doors and windows. Shaw was previously the director of sales for residential doors and windows. The company also promoted Mike Siegel to director of sales for Heritage Stone by ProVia, effective October 1. Mike has served since 2009 as account manager for the company's Heartland Siding brand
  • Moenydusvvzf launched a new website targeting pros. MoenPro.com includes features such as a custom sell sheet creator and a new-product specifier tool.
  • Jim Whitton was promoted to vice president of sales and marketing for Hunter Panels, replacing Alma Garnett.
  • John Wheeler has joined Delta Gypsum as general manager at its Burlington, N.C., location.
  • RDI's new Material Take-Off Program allows consumers to submit a blueprint or sketch with framework dimensions and in return receive a list of materials needed for their railing and porch project.
  • North Cal Wood Products launched an online lumber store, www.youclickitweshipit.com, and a marketing campaign that targets consumers as online lumber buyers.
  • American Woodmark promoted Cary Dunston, senior vice president of manufacturing and logistics, to executive vice president for operations. He'll be in charge of sales and marketing, manufacturing and logistics, quality, product development, and purchasing.
  • Window manufacturer JELD-WEN announced Monday that Neil Stuart has resigned as the company's executive vice president and chief financial officer effective Sept.28.
  • Planit, a Baltimore-based integrated marketing firm, has been named agency of record by Royal Building Products' Exteriors and Distribution division and will facilitate the company's North American re-launch.
  • Shower-drain manufacturer Quick Drain USA announced the appointment of Jim Van Landingham as vice president of residential sales.
  • Georgia-Pacific announced plans to increase production at its OSB facility at Clarendon County, S.C., in the first quarter of 2013. The mill was part of the acquisition in May 2010 from Grant Forest Products that also included an operating plant at Allendale County, S.C., and another operating plant at Englehart, Ontario, Canada.
  • Versatex named Joe Ferrese as its new operations manager; Chris Cavens, Michael Gauthreaux and Krystin Hanley will focus on pull-through field sales activities involving builders, contractors, and architects.
  • Firestone Building Products launched a new website that includes education and training information, project profiles, and building envelope resource information in the form of 100 case studies and 1,000 pages of content.
  • Flakeboard Co. announced it has finalized the sale of its outstanding shares to Arauco, which will become the third-largest composite panel producer worldwide.
  • Giant Factories and Rinnai America Corp. have formed a partnership to market and develop new energy-efficient products.
  • Boise Cascade reached an agreement with Wells Fargo Capital Finance to increase its aggregate lending commitments to $300 million from $250 million.
  • Werner Co. announced that it acquired complete ownership of Knaack LLC, a unit of Emerson’s Commercial & Residential Solutions.
  • Weyerhaeuser updated its Javelin structural frame design software. Its version 4.4 improves data-sharing, minimizes the modeling process, and expands design options.
  • GAF will open facilities in Gainesville, Texas, and Statesboro, Ga., to make the polyisocyanurate material used in its commercial-roofing insulation.
  • Cladding and coating maker Sto Corp. partnered with weatherproofing products manufacture.
  • Pecora Corporation to issue companion warranties for StoTherm NExT, Sto Corp.’s Exterior Insulation and Finish Systems (EIFS), and qualified Pecora sealants.
  • Quartz-surface maker Silestone co-sponsored the House United project led by celebrity homebuilder Ty Pennington and provided natural quartz surface products for the home.