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ProBuilder Product Report: New Products
Featuring the latest innovations from top building industry manufacturers.
The Labrador, part of the latest porcelain series from Eliane Ceramic Tiles, is inspired by the look of naturally tumbled stone from the Canadian coast of the Atlantic. The tiles are made in 18- by 18-inch or 12- by 12-inch sizes. Colors include the company's Noce brown, copper, beige, ocean blue and forest green. For FREE information, visit http://pb.ims.ca/5332-131
The Striker No-Sharpen construction pencil, distributed by BISS Product Development, features the company's DuraLead, which is 18 percent thicker than average lead. It never requires sharpening, and the pencil is housed in a plastic body and features a push-button top with a pocket clip. For FREE information, visit http://pb.ims.ca/5332-132
Matching contemporary finishes and trends, the TruMatch hardware from Design House includes 17 products in three finishes: oil-rubbed bronze, satin nickel and polished brass. Door stops, hand rail brackets and six different door hinges, including 3½-inch and 4-inch sizes in various corner options. For FREE information, visit http://pb.ims.ca/5332-130
Featuring dent-resistant fiberglass screens, the Flush-Glazed Fiberglass Doors from RightConcept will not rot or rust. The doors are factory-glazed and feature the company's Snap Fit Lite frame, one-piece warm edge spacer and silicon sealant. The doors come in smooth, unfinished wood grain and pre-finished medium oak and wood grain skins. For FREE information, visit http://pb.ims.ca/5332-129