Finishes and Surfaces

IBS 2017: Day 1 Product Finds
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IBS 2017: Day 1 Product Finds

Take a look at the materials, appliances and more that caught our editors' eyes at... More

Granite, Laminate Lose Some Ground as U.S. Countertop Demand Grows
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Granite, Laminate Lose Some Ground as U.S. Countertop Demand Grows

Commoditization of consumers' favorite materials will create opportunities for... More

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Quartz Countertop Introductions Bring Sleek Style Quartz Countertop Introductions Bring Sleek Style

As consumers begin moving away from granite countertops in favor of other materials, quartz manufacturers are bringing a variety of new products to market. Here are five lovely options. More

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Flexible Flashings

Choices abound when it comes to exterior flashing products, but take care to select the one appropriate for the type of door or window. More

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Make Your Deck Display a Real Sales Tool

A good deck display answers customers' questions by showing them how products will look in place. A great one touches their emotions by helping them imagine the possibilities. More

Benjamin Moore Paints
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Benjamin Moore Paints

Benjamin Moore aims to strike gold with its new line of paints formulated to look... More

Neutral Veneers, Brighter Backsplashes, Universal Design Among the Trends at KBIS
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Neutral Veneers, Brighter Backsplashes, Universal Design Among the Trends at KBIS

What ProSales is finding at KBIS 2012: Wood veneers or finishes in neutral tones,... More

Bellavita Tile's Traverwood
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Bellavita Tile's Traverwood

Bellavita Tile's Traverwood is a water- and stain-resistant product featuring the... More

Royal Group Insulated Siding
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Royal Group Insulated Siding

Royal Group backs its vinyl Haven Insulated Siding with up to 11/8 inches of... More

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Countertop Demand in U.S. Predicted to Rise 4.8% Annually Through 2015

U.S. demand for countertops is expected to rise 4.8% per year to reach $24.6 billion in 2015, according to the latest forecast by the Freedonia Group. The Cleveland-based research firm said a recovery in the new housing industry will drive demand. More

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