Qualified Remodeler Magazine

MAR 2018

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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Hands-free faucet can have reduced flow rate The VOLA Electronic Hands-Free Faucet from HASTINGS TILE & BATH ensures all its electronic boxes are water-resistant, including its connections, which are made with watertight seals. Part of the point system for LEED certificates, the wall-mount faucet's standard flow rate is 1.3 gpm, but that can be reduced to 0.5 gpm, and its run time can be set from 20 seconds down to 10 or even 3 seconds. Each unit has a built-in hygienic rinse to ensure fresh water moves in the lines. Circle 40 on inquiry card Neutral white tone introduction for bathtubs, sinks WETSTYLE launches a purer, more neutral white tone for all its WETMAR BIO products and white lacquered furniture items. This shade introduction works with warm and cool tone design schemes to provide a versatile offer- ing. An example of the finish in action is the Deco Lavatory Sink (shown), part of the Déco Collection, which comes in two thicknesses. Designed by Joël Dupras, Pierre Belanger and Wetstyle Design Lab, the washbasin features rounded corners and a recessed drain. Circle 36 on inquiry card Virtual shower design, selection tool TILE REDI develops its Redi Tech Virtual Shower Designer as an interface that allows users to view countless choices of shower pans, enclosures, shelves, tile and other accessories. Products can be previewed in a virtual bathroom setting with a selected décor. In addition, Redi Tech Pro interface allows professionals to select products and features they want to showcase for customers and in which order. The interface also establishes pricing as well as the company's branding and contact information. Circle 37 on inquiry card Toilet with small footprint, high efficiency Featuring Stealth Technology, NIAGARA CONSERVATION 's Nano Toilet utilizes an average of 0.6 gpf. Its vacuum-assist flush leaves a clean bowl while its noise-cancelling tank and compact design make the toilet a fit for smaller spaces. The toilet's lean silhouette is comprised of skirted sides that conceal its trapway system, a narrow tank, and a smooth, skirted bowl. WaterSense certified, MaP premium rated and certified by the American Society of Mechanical Engineers, the toilet also includes a 10-year warranty. Circle 35 on inquiry card Customize assortment of medicine cabinets, vanities, lighting ROBERN unveils its Profiles Collection as a pairing of clean, modern styling with the latest technology, resulting in ala carte cabinetry and vanity sizes, lighting options, and a range of glass and metal finishes. Beyond its range of sizes, the collection's medicine cabinets boast electrical out- lets, interior lighting, three complementary mirror designs and more. Lighting is available in warm, cool or tunable Kelvin color temperature options that can be adjusted. Metal finishes include Chrome and Polished Nickel plated finishes and Matte Black and Matte Gold anodized finishes. Circle 39 on inquiry card Showerheads provide minimalistic appearance CALIFORNIA FAUCETS expands its selection of contemporary styles with a line of Ultra-Thin Showerheads. Offered in square and round styles in 6-, 8-, 10- or 12-in. sizes, the showerheads measure 5 ⁄16 in. thick, are con- structed of solid brass and come in a selection of more than 30 decorative fin- ishes. With the option to mount on a wall or ceiling, the showerheads feature self-cleaning rubber jets that deliver a rain-like drenching spray while main- taining a maximum flow rate from 1.5 to 2.5 gpm, depending on the model. Circle 38 on inquiry card PRODUCTS 64 March 2018 QR QualifiedRemodeler.com Bath

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