This year, Remodeling magazine commissioned an in-depth study surveying what brands remodelers recognize most, use most, how they rate the products' quality, and which companies are best at communicating with remodelers.
With eight times more adhesive per can, users can plow through projects faster and with less waste.
The panels are specially designed to give hardwood floors more stability and better fastener retention.
A beveled edge plays with light and texture in this mid-format tiles
A durable wearlayer and strengthened core combine with the look of old wood to offer a new flooring option.
Bring the look of reclaimed wood into the bathroom and elsewhere thanks to 3D printed porcelain tile.
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Lots of companies have online visualizers. The MyHome feature of Ply Gem's Designed Exterior Studio offers an extra element of personalization - for a small price.
Milgard's latest introduction brings the opportunity for a glass wall to more homes.
What could be better than being able to see through walls? New technology brings advancements to what glass can do for the home.
These multifunctional windows offer a sleek aesthetic with energy-efficient features.
Cut the glare with a matte finish and--bonus!--no fingerprints, with Silestone's new finish for quartz.
The large scale patterns blend aesthetics of exotic woods and natural stone.
WATCH: Everything old is new again as Formica celebrates its 100th anniversary this year. REMODELING’s Lauren Hunter and remodelers Stan and Donna Schachne take a look at what’s new with laminate countertops and discuss trends including laminates with undermount sinks, and hot colors for...
Get the look of natural marble from a quartz product in Caesarstone's Classico collection.
So long, Chicago! The Kitchen & Bath Industry Show is moving to New Orleans this year. In honor of a fresh new location, here are a handful of fresh new products you’ll find on the show floor at KBIS 2013.
Seven of the most unique, intriguing, and useful products we found this month, plus two items that are just plain awesome to look at.
Bring new life to old patios and decks - even composite surfaces - with new Behr Premium DeckOver coating.
Decking manufacturers turn their attention to railings, offering numerous new options for curb appeal and design flexibility.
With so many decking products to choose from, it's no surprise that customers are pursuing new design options, but code requirements and standards may limit just what can and can't be built.
Without wood or PVC, this company uniquely makes decking from recycled carpet fibers.
Trim boards, post wraps, molding profiles, and more help designers add finishing touches to a range of architectural styles.
Eliminate the hassle of making your own mounting blocks for use with fiber-cement siding. SturdiMount offers a solution that comes with a stamp of approval.
Touted as the thickest PVC sheet in the industry, the new Versatex Max product reduces fabrication labor.
Set aside past concerns about moisture intrusion. New EIF systems are built better than before.
High-gloss acrylic lends a punch to entertaining al fresco, but will stand up to the punches outdoor kitchens can take.
From a unique outdoor grill to a new way to market your business, the 2013 Kitchen & Bath Industry Show was full of surprises.
Some Deep South product inspiration as we head to KBIS 2013.
Discounted pricing is extended to victims in need of cabinets for their rebuilding projects.
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