Qualified Remodeler Magazine

MAR 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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Products Painted wood look without hassle TANDOSHAKE Cape Cod Perfection, manu- factured by DERBY BUILDING PRODUCTS , features a 5-in. exposure, subtle wood texture and crisp edges for a look that closely resembles painted wood shake. Capable of standing up to any weather, the siding can be used confidently for ground contact and roofline applications. It is lightweight, comes in panels, and can be installed using a pneumatic nail gun. Five solid colors are available: Classic White, Ashwood Gray, Slate Gray, Wheat and Mariner Blue (shown). Circle 14 on inquiry card Visualization tool for home exteriors BORAL BUILDING PRODUCTS aims to make it easier to design and plan for a home exterior project confidently with the launch of its Virtual Remodeler tool. The online visualization tool showcases how an uploaded photo of an existing home, or a similar home selected from an online gallery, will look with different profiles, textures and colors. Using the program's product interface, a user can select from the company's siding, trim and shutter lines, and the image updates in real time. Circle 17 on inquiry card Underlayment designed for high temperatures The Premium HT Tile & Metal underlayment from MFM BUILDING PRODUCTS is composed of high-grade reinforced polyester fabric laminated to a high temperature asphalt adhesive system. Its surface fabric offers superior foot traction and for stacking tiles during construction. Designed to withstand the high temperatures created by metal and tile roofing, the self-adhering "self-stick" roofing underlayment can also be used underneath cedar shakes and synthetic or asphalt shingles. In addition to a 180-day UV exposure, the underlayment comes with a 30-year limited warranty. Circle 15 on inquiry card Look of cedar shingle in fiber cement JAMES HARDIE captures the look of cedar shingles in fiber cement with the introduction of its Artisan Shingle. An addition to the Aspyre Collection, the shingle's two-toned look mirrors how paint adheres to cedar siding over time. In addition to being moisture- and rot-resistant and noncom- bustible, the fiber cement siding can be selected to best per- form in regional weather such as wet, freezing conditions or heat, humidity and blistering sun. A 7-in. exposure will be available nationwide in summer 2019. Circle 16 on inquiry card Roofing focuses on wind, impact resistance IKO introduces its Nordic performance shingle line in nine high-definition colors. Specially constructed with a combination of wind- and impact- resistant features, the heavy-duty laminated architectural shingles also feature the company's ArmourZone 1 ΒΌ-in. wide, reinforced nailing surface and Fastlock sealant strips that create a bond to the shingles below. A coating of polymer-modified asphalt helps cushion the roof from hail impacts while also protecting against wind uplift and water penetration, qualifying the shingle for a Class 4 impact resistance rating against hail. Circle 18 on inquiry card 54 March 2019 QualifiedRemodeler.com

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