Qualified Remodeler Magazine

MAR 2014

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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GOLDBERG BROTHERS How do your interior doors help residential remodelers? Goldberg Barn Track systems vastly expand the design options of residential remodeling proj- ects by allowing interior pas- sageways to be located where there isn't enough room for the swing path of conventional doors. And barn track is much easier to install, maintain and remove than pocket doors. Barn track doors are great for cover- ing closets and recessed cabi- nets. They can even be used to divide larger rooms into smaller spaces. What's the next advance- ment in the interior door market? There is a new but growing movement toward building smaller, more efficient homes designed to keep maintenance costs and environmental impact to a minimum. If this becomes a bigger trend and the average new home significantly shrinks in size, there will be a greater demand for sliding doors and similar technologies that make the most of available living space. Circle 35 or visit directory.for residentialpros.com/11314696 A bathroom becomes a more special place because of Geberit. More roomy. More aesthetic. Just more. Geberit installation technology is securely located behind the wall. Where it should be. Spend all the extra minutes you want, as long as you know Geberit is behind the wall. Call 866/787-3924 for your designer's kit or visit → geberitnow.com. In a minute For more information circle 50 4 6 5 ForResidentialPros.com QR March 2014 35 Trends :PRODUCTS MASONITE How do your interior doors help residential remodelers? Masonite has a wide and diverse offering — from our Palazzo Series, the West End Collection and Wood Door Collection — to meet every design and remodel upgrade. Using our Safe N' Sound Door in our molded offering, we help quiet and upgrade the home, creating a comfortable environment for bedrooms and bathrooms. At the same time, we allow for a coordination of door designs for the office, pantry or media room using our wood and molded collections together. What's the next advancement in the interior door market? Masonite addresses the need for quiet spaces in the home with our Safe N' Sound option that offers sound dampening, molded doors. While also recognizing the need to capitalize on square footage in the home, Masonite continues to develop door and hardware sys- tems to assist in installation without sacrificing design and door options, such as our Panelite with textured glass offering which addresses privacy in rooms with obscure glass options while still allowing natural light in the room. Circle 36 or visit directory. forresidentialpros.com/10632335 JOHNSON HARDWARE How does your door hardware help residential remodelers? More remodelers are choosing to include pocket doors or wall-mount sliding doors as space savers and versatile design elements. Johnson Hardware provides a selection of high-quality sliding, folding and pocket door hardware. We also provide a photo gallery brimming with ideas as well as downloadable installation instructions and how-to videos to make jobs go smoothly and profitably. What's the next advancement in the interior door market? Installing bypass or multipass sliding pocket doors that sep- arate one large room into two smaller rooms for dining or entertainment is a popular profitable project for remodel- ers. Based on field research, Johnson Hardware introduced Trackless Door Guides on several hardware sets. This elimi- nates the threshold, provides a cleaner look and makes it easier to travel through entryways, especially for people who use walkers or wheel chairs. Circle 37 or visit directory. forresidentialpros.com/11282923 QUR_32-35_ProdTrend0314.indd 35 3/4/14 9:06 AM

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