Qualified Remodeler Magazine

JUN 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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Readers demonstrate interest in a panelized stone veneer system and waist-high, drawer vehicle storage in recent print and online coverage. The following product received the most page views in the past month on QualifiedRemodeler.com: BORAL STONE Boral Versetta Stone panelized stone veneer comes in three profiles: Ledgestone, Tight-Cut and Carved Block (learn more about this profile on p. 42). Emulating rural 19th Century American architecture, the Tight-Cut profile of- fers the traditional look of quarried limestone fit tightly together. It is available in six colors: Graphite, Mission Point, Plum Creek, Sand, Sterling and Terra Rosa. Versetta Stone does not need to be painted, coated or sealed and installs with screws or nails in any weather condition. A flat panel is the main component of the stone veneer system and spans 2 feet per panel, weighs approximately 17 pounds and is embedded with a G-90 galvanized nail strip. Interlock panels using a tongue-and-groove system. A built-in, ¼-inch rain screen and additional moisture management features ensure proper water drainage. Boral Verstetta Stone products feature a minimum of 50 percent recycled content and are listed as a NAHB Green Approved Product. e stone veneer withstands freezes, thaws, heat and features 110-mile-per-hour wind resistance. Along with a Class A fire rating, it includes a 50-year limited warranty with one-time transferability. For more information, visit versettastone.com or circle 29. The following product received the most reader inquiries from the March issue of Qualified Remodeler : DECKED LLC Offering storage solutions for trucks, mid-size trucks and vans, Decked aims to make storage more efficient with its sliding toolbox storage system. It is designed to keep the truck bed or van floor available for materials and supplies while tools are secured and organized in drawers underneath. To further increase storage organizer benefits, the sliding storage system rolls out at waist height. Decked tool boxes can be customized with locks, trays, dividers, CoreTrax and T-Tracks. Each organizer fits a truck bed like a glove due to CAD engineering matching the toolbox with the sidewall topography of the truck. With a 2,000-pound system payload—including a 200-pound payload rating per drawer—the Decked system can handle almost everything for a jobsite. Its weight, 200 to 220 pounds per system, doesn't drastically affect fuel economy or payload capacity. Made from HDPE and steel, tools are protected from the elements and kept dry. Its stainless, galvanized, e-coat and zinc chromate steel hardware are treated with rust inhibitors. Remove or reinstall a system in about 15 minutes if the truck bed is needed at its full capacity. For more information, visit decked.com or circle 30. 48 June 2018 QR QualifiedRemodeler.com PRODUCTS Remodelers' Choice

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