Keeping up with all the new residential building products hitting the market is a challenge for anyone, let alone builders and remodelers balancing budgets, project schedules, sales meetings, design consults, and so on. With that in mind, please find below a roundup of some of the newest products we featured over the last month.
Crossville, Inc. announced the launch of the Stones at Large porcelain stone collection, an innovative porcelain series inspired by some of the world’s most sought-after earthen materials. Crossville’s Stones at Large delivers enduring luxury on a grand scale. Read more
Bosch Power Tools, the global leader for power tools and power tool accessories, announced the launch of a new tool category for Bosch, drywall, with the GTB18V-45 18V Brushless 1/4-inch Hex Screwgun and GCU18V-30 18V Brushless Cut-Out Tool. Read more
Progress Lighting delivers fresh takes on popular interior design trends with the debut of more than 250 new fixtures in their 2023 new product launch at Lightovation. Read more
Modern Mill, manufacturer of innovative wood alternative ACRE, builds on its expanding offering by introducing porch boards. The ACRE portfolio already includes trim boards, dimensional lumber, sheet goods, decking and siding. Read more
Duravit North America introduced Zencha, a comprehensive new collection by the award-winning designer Sebastian Herkner. Herkner drew inspiration from traditional Japanese bathing and tea culture as well as the thoughtful craftsmanship that enhances these experiences. Zencha balances organic shapes, authentic materials and contemporary finishes to upgrade the bathroom into a tranquil retreat. Read more
Black Buffalo 3D Corporation, a leading provider of large-scale 3D printers for construction, announced that its NEXCON printers and proprietary 3D concrete ink mix—sold through its partner MAPEI Corporation as PlanitopTM 3D in North America—have been approved by the ICC Evaluation Service (ICC-ES), meeting AC509 requirements for 3D printed bearing, nonbearing, and shear walls up to 40’ height. Read more