Qualified Remodeler Magazine

FEB 2019

Qualified Remodeler helps independent remodeling firms to survive, become more professional and more profitable by providing must-have business information, namely best business practices, new product information and timely design ideas.

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Introduction of clover ceiling pendants MEYDA CUSTOM LIGHTING unveils a pen- dant series featuring four leaf clover silhouettes. The Clover Pendant (205662) is handcrafted at the company's New York manufacturing facility. Revealing a five-light faux candelabra for ambi- ent lighting, the pendant measures 60-in. wide, and the chain length adjusts its height from 27 to 74 in. as needed. Its hardware and frame come in a black chrome finish; special sizes, finishes and diffuser colors are also available. The pendants are UL- and cUL-listed for dry and damp locations. Circle 18 on inquiry card Design pairs with technology for smart lock The BALDWIN TouchScreen collection unites solid-brass designs with an attractive electronic solution. Using Advanced Capacitive Touchscreen technology and a back-lit keypad, enter a personalized four- to eight-digit code for keyless entry; a one-touch locking capability allows departures without key or code. SecureScreen technology prevents code detec- tion from fingerprints on the touch screen and is sim- ple to install, program and use. The lock comes in five styles, two deadbolt styles and 17 finishes, and it can pair with three coordinating handle-set grips. It will launch in summer 2019. Circle 22 on inquiry card Combi boiler offers small footprint, high efficiency RHEEM expands its high-efficiency product portfolio with the introduction of the Professional Prestige Combination Boiler. Its efficiency is a result of its ability to extract more heat from the unit's exhaust gases, which may make the sys- tem eligible for local rebates. Suited for smaller homes and multifamily applications, the combi boiler's compact design frees up valuable space, while its Water Leak Detection and Gas Leak Detection capabilities offer additional protections. Additional advanced features include the Outdoor Reset Sensor and Auto Boost Feature. Circle 19 on inquiry card Sustainably harvested hardwood flooring, paneling PIONEER MILLWORKS introduces the Modern Farmhouse line of sustainably harvested hardwood flooring and paneling. Available in a selection of hardwood species—including ash, hickory, walnut, maple and white oak (in clean and casual grades)—the fresh-sawn products offer a clean, consistent look with options from FSC-certified forests as well as incidental har- vest species, standing dead and small, well-managed family forests. The line is offered in face widths up to 9 in. and various eco-friendly finishes; customization can span a range of alterna- tive widths, prefinish colors, textures and mill profiles. Circle 20 on inquiry card Padlock utilizes fingerprints for access The pairing of the TAPPLOCK one+ fingerprint padlock with its enterprise management platform enables easier control over physical security for jobsites, tool storage and more. The Tapplock one+ smart padlock can utilize a fingerprint to gain access and store up to 500 fingerprints. Using the Tapplock enterprise management platform, man- agers can control the padlock with parameters set for day and time access, deploy and revoke fingerprints remotely, and see audit reports that track account activity as well as timestamps of lock use. Circle 21 on inquiry card QualifiedRemodeler.com February 2019 57

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