Monthly Archive: September 2015

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Pelican Sinks Introduces Bamboo Series

Pelican Sinks introduced its Bamboo Series of sinks. Each eco-friendly sink is made of rapidly renewable bamboo and is sealed with a waterproof polyurethane that allows the sink to withstand everyday use and gives it a maintenance free finish. There are five models available in the Bamboo Series including two round sinks that are 16 or 16...

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IceStone Upgrades Website with New Store Section

IceStone, a manufacturer of concrete surfacing that utilizes post-consumer recycled glass, has upgraded its website to include a store. The store features sections for both IceStone and PaperStone products. In each of the sample sections, samples of the products can be ordered in a set or by the individual piece. A maintenance...

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Green Buildings Spring From Katrina Aftermath

In this month’s blog, I want to take a look at how New Orleans has recovered in the 10 years (almost to the day) since being struck by Hurricane Katrina, which left the city in devastation. In a dramatic turn of events, individuals and organizations united in an effort to rebuild the...

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Registration Opens for KBIS 2016, Voices From The Industry

The Kitchen & Bath Industry Show (KBIS) is again co-locating with the International Builders’ Show (IBS), the International Window Coverings Expo (IWCE) and The International Surface Event (TISE) for Design & Construction Week in Las Vegas Jan. 19 to 21, 2016. Registration is now open for KBIS and its Voices From the...

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TorZo Introduces New Striata Sustainable Surfacing Panels

TorZo added Striata and Striata Fusion architectural panels to its product line. The Striata panels are manufactured using responsibly harvested, SFI-certified, 100 percent Northwest Douglas Fir structural beams. The wood is infused with colored acrylic that not only changes the aesthetics but is designed to increase durability. The eight color-infused options available...