Building Products



  • Despite the traditional clay or cement roof-tile look, Green Hybrid Roofing (GHR) actually has a foam core.

  • Trutankless is an electric water heater that saves space, energy, and cost by using highly accurate sensors, robust solid state electronics, and software to eliminate the need for a tank.

  • The Kevo lock by Kwikset transforms your smartphone into a key.

  • The Xeripave super-pervious paver bricks, or Xeribrix, capture and infiltrate stormwater, but are impervious to chemicals, road salt, and freeze/thaw conditions.

  • This “L” shaped butyl adhesive coated in woven facer allows for more cost-effective flashing of electrical outlets.

  • A blend of wood and Ultrex fiberglass makes the Integrity sliding door by Marvin both durable and aesthetically pleasing.

  • These artisan-hammered doors are easy to install and built to last.

  • Serving as both visual accent and visual aid for low-light areas, Feeney’s LED Rail Lights are also equipped with an optional inline LED Dimmer Kit that allows remote control of the lighting level.

  • Inspired by the commercial kitchen oven’s side swing doors, the Viking Professional French-Door Double Oven puts accessibility within arm’s reach.

  • CertainTeed has added a fire-resistant 5⁄8-inch option to its Easi-Lite gypsum board line.

September 2014

This Month in Custom Builder

Products

Despite the traditional clay or cement roof-tile look, Green Hybrid Roofing (GHR) actually has a foam core.

Features

Three award-winning architects and designers share how they transform water elements in and around the home into distinct custom looks.

Email Subscriptions