Daltile introduced two new tile collections: Woodbridge and Gaineswood. Woodbridge tile mimics the look of oak and comes in almond, pecan, walnut, and ash tones. The Gaineswood line is a porcelain tile that also mimics the look of wood and is available in pine, hickory, elm (pictured), and walnut. Woodbridge tiles are 4 inches by 28 inches while Gaineswood tiles are 6 inches by 24 inches. daltile.com

Nu-Wood released faux brick and stone deck and railing sleeves. The sleeves are designed to be slipped around 6-inch by 6-inch or 4-inch by 4-inch posts. The polyurethane sleeves are impact- and fade-resistant. They also resist rot, moisture damage, and insect damage. The sleeves come in three profiles. Users stack sleeves on top of each other to cover posts of any height. nu-wood.com

Dewalt announced its new 60V Max chainsaw. The chainsaw has a brushless motor and lacks the engine maintenance required of a gas-powered instrument. The 16-inch Oregon bar and chain uses auto-oiling for continuous lubrication. The chainsaw is part of Dewalt’s Flexvolt system, so the same batteries that power Flexvolt outdoor power equipment will also work with Flexvolt power tools. dewalt.com

Kebony announced the North American launch of Kebony Clear. The decking and cladding line is treated with a bio-based liquid that, once cured, will make the wood cells 50% thicker and will make the wood harder, according to the company. Made from Monterey pine, the wood is initially brown, though Kebony says that exposure to the elements will give the wood a silver-gray patina. kebony.com/us

DAP released its new line of DynaGrip adhesives. The company says DynaGrip forms a high-strength bond in hours. It is low-odor and compliant with VOC regulations. The line has many different varieties, each with its own formula for the intended application. Formulas include Subfloor, Mirror-Marble-Granite, Wood-Panel-Trim, and Drywall. An all-purpose variety is also available. dap.com