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Fire Retardant Wood Treatment is First of its Kind to Earn GREENGUARD Gold Certification

D-Blaze® Fire Retardant Treated Wood (FRTW) Earns GREENGUARD Gold Certification Viance LLC, a leading manufacturer of advanced wood treatment technologies, has announced that D-Blaze Fire Retardant Treated Wood (FRTW) is the first pressure-impregnated FRTW to earn the GREENGUARD Gold Certification. “With the GREENGUARD Gold Certification, architects and specifiers can be confident in recommending D-Blaze framing lumber and plywood for projects […]

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July Hot Products

              Gardner-Gibson Premium Caulks and Sealants Gardner-Gibson’s premium caulks and sealants protect and seal surfaces from water, smoke, outside air, heat and other potentially damaging elements. You’ll find interior and exterior caulks that are easy to apply and deliver long-term performance. Designed for the professional painter, Gardner caulks are known for superior gunability and […]

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Build a Solid Surface Kitchen Countertop

              A Step-by-step DIY Guide to Building with DuPont™ Corian® By David Hugh Building your own kitchen countertops can be a very gratifying project, as they are often the centerpiece of a home, and make for a heck of a DIY project you can be proud of. I know this because I recently finished […]

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Manufacturer Spotlight

                  Sashco’s 80 Years of delighting the customer with a better way continues to win over pros and DIYers alike

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Architect/Designer:________	Scott Padgett Subject:_________________	Greenwood House Idyllwilde, CA Photo Credit:_____________	Marvin Sloben Have Negative:___________	yes Number of Transparencies:__	6 Number of B/W Photos:____	6 Plans Available:___________	yes Use:____________________	all but national advertising Past Publications:_________	Garden's & Decks 1999 (cover) Owner Release:___________	everything except Project Name Photographer Release:_____	unknown Architect/Designer Release:_	full Grade:__________________	b grade 2x6 decking Miscellaneous:____________	1st Place 1992 Deck Contest Find File In:______________	garden h-p

Create an Environmentally Friendly Backyard

                Using natural materials and local resources can help you help the environment. By Charlie Jourdain Homeowners today pour a lot of energy and study into ways they can make their homes more environmentally friendly. Yet when it comes to maximizing the features that make the most of their environmental opportunities, many forget […]

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Garage Gear 2016

              By Matt Weber The garage: built to shelter vehicles but used for a little of everything. Whether your garage serves as a mechanic’s workshop, a storage shed, or your home-improvement headquarters, there is plenty of equipment to help you decorate the place, organize the area, and work more efficiently. Check out all the […]

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Clean and Seal Your Composite Deck With Defy

                For more info on these products, click here: Defy Composite Deck Sealer Defy Composite Deck Cleaner Follow these simple steps to clean mold on composite decking (cleaning Trex®) When you made the decision to build your deck using composite lumber, you paid a little more for your lumber, expecting that it would […]

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DaVinci Roofscapes® Introduces Four New DaVinci EcoBlend® Colors for Cool Roofs

LENEXA, KAN. – DaVinci Roofscapes®, the industry leader in polymer roofing colors, has launched four new DaVinci EcoBlend® options approved by the Cool Roof Rating Council (CRRC) to reflect sunlight and heat away from a home or commercial structure. The new color blends all meet Title 24 requirements for California. Newly-introduced color blends for EcoBlend polymer shake and slate roofs […]

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