Qualified Remodeler Magazine

JUL 2019

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Products Low-profile patio door emphasizes performance The next-generation Contemporary Collection Sliding Patio Door from WEATHER SHIELD WINDOWS & DOORS boasts larger sizes, advanced sill design, improved perfor- mance and ease of operation. With a 2.25-in.-thick door panel that helps its thermal and structural ratings, the patio door is available in maximum panel widths up to 5 ft. and heights up to 10 ft. Its low-profile, 1.25-in. sill easily inte- grates with finished flooring for a seamless transition. A multipoint locking system encompasses the entire operat- ing panel perimeter to lock securely on all four sides. Circle 10 on inquiry card Lightweight, modular stone veneer system INDIANA LIMESTONE COMPANY launches its LiteCore panel system to provide the look of natural stone in a lightweight, modular panelized system. Available in a variety of natural stones— including limestone, granite or marble—the prede- signed panels come in standard-sized units and do not require mortar or complex design layouts. The natural stone veneer is adhered to a high- performing aluminum honeycomb backing and fiberglass mesh, resulting in 1-in. panel thickness while weighing 80 percent less than solid dimen- sional stone panels. Circle 9 on inquiry card Multi-width shake roof tile introduction DAVINCI ROOFSCAPES adds a fourth shake profile to its offering with the introduction of DaVinci Select Shake. Resembling a traditional cedar shake look, the roof tile is 22-in. long, ⁄-in. thick, and available in 8- and 10-in. widths. The 10-in. wide pieces have a simulated keyway that gives the appearance of 4- and 6-in. width shakes placed together, allowing for faster installation than its own previous single- and multi-width products. Eight color blends are available: Autumn, Chesapeake, Mountain, Tahoe (shown), Weathered Gray, Aged Cedar, Black Oak and Mossy Cedar. Circle 12 on inquiry card Structural sheathing pairs with continuous insulation OX-IS from OX ENGINEERED PRODUCTS is a 4-in-1 product that meets building code requirements for structural sheathing, contin- uous insulation up to an R-9, and weather and air resistive barrier performance. Its non- reflective resilient exterior facer provides water resistance and high durability; its closed-cell, moisture-resistant polyisocyanurate foam core delivers high compressive strength, a long-term R-value and continuous air barrier; and a thin, high-pressure laminated member ensures even greater structural strength. Attach the insulated sheathing directly to the studs and tape seams using OX seam tape. Circle 11 on inquiry card Exterior coating delivers durability, color stability STO CORP. introduces its StoColor Dryonic exterior coat- ing to the North American market. In addition to its wide range of design possibilities, the coating—modeled on princi- ples found in nature—does not allow rain and condensation to collect on its surface, thus the surface dries in record time to prevent algae and fungi from growing. Because of the coating's robustness and resistance, it can be applied to all common substrates and is not easily scuffed, making it appropriate for use in heavily frequented zones. Circle 13 on inquiry card 60 July 2019 QualifiedRemodeler.com

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