Building Products



  • Armstrong offers these crushed limestone-composite tiles as an alternative to natural stone and ceramic tile.

  • This LED bulb is designed to produce energy savings in retrofits for 60-watt A19 incandescent or typical 13w to 15w spiral-shape compact-fluorescent medium base lamps.

  • This self-contained free exit system for solar powered gates limits the amount of electric current needed for operation.

  • Designed for use in outdoor kitchens, these new acrylic door and drawer fronts from Danver are nonporous, UV-stable, waterproof, and easy to clean.

  • The newest edition to WAC Lighting’s Early Electric Collection, this LED luminaire is ideal for Arts and Crafts-styled interiors.

  • CertainTeed is adding this new fiberglass insulation to its family of high-performance products to meet 2012 IECC requirements that wood-frame walls have at least an R20 thermal performance.

  • These dual-voltage programmable (FGS) and non-programmable (FG) thermostats are engineered to offer precise control of floor temperature via floor warming mats or cables.

  • These slate roofing tiles from InSpire Roofing Products offer the look of genuine, thick slate tile at a lighter weight, more economical price, and they’re virtually maintenance-free.

  • This aluminum-framed sliding door system from Hafele is suitable for any space in the home that needs doors, especially closets.

  • All of the wood exterior doors in this new collection from Simpson Door Company were designed by leading architects; this latest collection includes award-winning architect James L. Cutler, FAIA.

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Armstrong offers these crushed limestone-composite tiles as an alternative to natural stone and ceramic tile.

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