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ProBuilder Product Report: New Products
Check out the latest products from MiTek, Moen, Woodfold and others.
A new introduction to MiTek's Stabilizer line is a 16-inch (on center) truss brace designed to support heavier rooftop conditions, such as a hefty snow load. Builders will save time because it becomes a part of the permanent bracing of the roof rather than traditional lumber bracing, which needs to be removed prior to the attachment of the roof sheathing. For FREE information, visit http://pb.ims.ca/5338-128
Sporting a high-arc spout and matching accessories, the Brantford Collection by Moen uses the company's time-saving Pro+Fit locking installation system. Faucet options include a two-handle center set, two-handle wide, two-handle garden tub and three or four-hole Roman tub configuration. Finishes include brushed nickel, oil-rubbed bronze and chrome. For FREE information, visit http://pb.ims.ca/5338-130
The new Turlington Lock and Fold floor boards from Bruce Hardwood Floors combine the market's most popular hardwood species and colors with the company's installation technology. The boards are genuine hardwood with cross-ply engineered construction, providing a floor that can be installed in any level of the home. For FREE information, visit http://pb.ims.ca/5338-129
Making the most out of available space, the Bookcase Door System from Woodfold is both attractive and functional with a unique low-profile hardware system for a flush look. The bookcases are made from the company's ApplePly veneer face in oak, cherry or maple. The doors cover most common openings and ship fully assembled. For FREE information, visit http://pb.ims.ca/5338-131