Newsletter

Wednesday, Oct 29 2014
Closet maker WoodTrac has developed a new 8-ft.-long reach-in closet that offers the same features and materials as the company’s custom walk-in systems. “Organizing your reach-in closet can... Read more »
Wednesday, Oct 29 2014
After three years of research and development, Portland, Maine-based Beachstone Sustainable Surfaces has launched a new surfacing made from recycled glass, seashells and concrete. The result, the... Read more »
Monday, Oct 27 2014
The annual PCBC event concluded recently, and as usual we were there to get a glimpse of the stylish new doors, cutting-edge technology and innovative building systems that manufacturers are working... Read more »
Monday, Oct 27 2014
San Francisco-based startup Leeo has announced the development of a new “smart" nightlight that monitors a home’s existing smoke and carbon monoxide alarms and alerts residents when they... Read more »
Monday, Oct 27 2014
Plumbing giant Kohler has added a new modern San Souci toilet that flushes with a sensor mounted on the inside of the tank instead of a traditional trip lever. San Souci, which directly translated... Read more »
Monday, Oct 27 2014
There's nothing wrong with using magazines and the Web for product research, but some of the best help comes from your peers, especially the ones who have had experience with a certain... Read more »
Monday, Oct 27 2014
Composite lumber manufacturer Trex Co. has expanded its railing portfolio with the introduction of two new aluminum gates and ADA-compliant secondary handrails that seamlessly blend with the... Read more »
Wednesday, Oct 22 2014
Woodburn, Oregon-based interior surfacing maker TorZo Surfaces has developed a one-of-a-kind surfacing product that is made from 80% post-industrial recycled denim scraps and a nontoxic acrylic... Read more »
Wednesday, Oct 22 2014
Believing that grid-connected Smart appliances are the wave of the future, GE has introduced a new lineup of products that can be controlled with a mobile device. “We’re expanding our line of... Read more »
Wednesday, Oct 22 2014
More than two centuries ago, this house had a clear view across the fields and a small lake at its side. But the house lost its connection to the land, until O’Neill Rose Architects was asked to... Read more »

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