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Raise the Roof
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Raise the Roof

These products will make the roof the star of your next exterior remodel Read more

Going Gray? New Gray Products to Look for in 2015
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Going Gray? New Gray Products to Look for in 2015

Gray is replacing beige as the new favorite neutral. Here's why. Read more

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20 Products You Might Not Know Are Made in the USA 20 Products You Might Not Know Are Made in the USA

Using combinations of local materials and local labor, many products you use are made right here in the States. Read more

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9 Green Products to Color Your World 9 Green Products to Color Your World

Today we're showcasing building products that are actually green. Somebody pinch us! Read more

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What I Like: DaVinci Roofscapes Bellaforte Shake What I Like: DaVinci Roofscapes Bellaforte Shake

One homeowner discovered a big benefit not built into the product: savings on his homeowner's insurance. Read more

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Color My Roof: DaVinci Roofscapes Color Options

Clients having trouble selecting a roof color? The Color My Roof tool, and these tips from a color expert, can help. Read more

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DaVinci Roofscapes VariBlend Polymer Roofing Tiles DaVinci Roofscapes VariBlend Polymer Roofing Tiles

VariBlend polymer roofing tiles include slight variations of grays, greens, and browns to provide a subtle blend of colors. Read more

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Bracing for the Storm: Tips and Products for Hurricane Season

Several manufacturers are offering products and insight that can help remodelers protect their clientsí homes during the hurricane season. Read more

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New Roofing Products From CertainTeed, DaVinci Roofscapes, Thor Systems, and Arrow Fastener New Roofing Products From CertainTeed, DaVinci Roofscapes, Thor Systems, and Arrow Fastener

New roofing products from CertainTeed, DaVinci Roofscapes, Thor Systems, and Arrow Fastener. Read more

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Imitation Slate Woes

During the last decade, hundreds of composite roofing materials that mimic natural slate have been introduced to the market. Most of these have been fiber-reinforced cement, fiber-reinforced recycled plastics, or recycled rubber molded to look like slate, wood shakes, or clay tile. But although the materials in different products sometimes share similarities, they may vary widely in performance. Read more

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