When home builders are asked which information they deem most critical to the improvement of their businesses, info about new products is always near the top of the list. And for good reason.
In the past 12 months, building product manufacturers introduced a vast number of new products, many of which were featured in the pages of Professional Builder.
Builders, designers, and architects weigh in on what they value in relationships with suppliers and which attributes would make them consider trying a new product.
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In the past 12 months, building product manufacturers introduced a vast number of new products, many of which were featured in the pages of Professional Builder. Our readers, through responses and inquiries, selected these standouts as the 100 Best New Products.