Coastal Shower Doors Releases Gridscape Shower Door Series
Jacksonville, Florida-based Coastal Shower Doors the largest producer of American-made shower doors, has released its newest shower door collection—the Gridscape series.
The Gridscape series offers a modern design with oil-rubbed bronze panes and crystal-clear glass. The design was created after consulting with design professionals about the upcoming trends in bathroom design. Unlike other shower door designs, such as the Coastal Paragon Frameless series that have been created to blend into the room, the Gridscape shower doors stand out as a design element all on its own.
“The windowpane design is really a show-stopper when installed in one’s bathroom,” said Patrick Cobb, national accounts of Coastal Shower Doors. “One of the coolest aspects of the product is how versatile it is. It can easily be converted for use as a multi-panel room divider that can be used in other rooms of the house.”
The Gridscape shower doors are available in three configurations, a standard swinging shower door, a stand-alone panel and sliding shower bypass door. A rust-proof anodized aluminum finish guarantees the beauty of the product will last. As with all Coastal products, the Gridscape design provides simple adjustments that allow for easy and quick installation
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Lowe’s Iris gets boost from State Farm
Coupons for Iris from Lowe’s, the smart home program, are reaching State Farm insurance customers thanks to a deal between the insurance and retail giants.
In mailings to its customers, State Farm has included coupons good for $10 discounts for Iris Safe & Secure Kits and $25 discounts for Iris Smart Kits. State Farm is further incentivizing the systems with up to 2% discounts on homeowners insurance for those who have the systems in their homes.
The Iris home automation kits start at $179 at retail, and allow consumers to control lights, thermostat, door locks via a smart phone or tablet.
State Farm is also promoting the use of ADT security systems with similar discounts.
“We support the use of a home monitoring system that can help keep your family safe and your home protected – whether it’s with door and window sensors to help deter intruders or water sensors to detect leaks,” reads a letter to homeowners from State Farm.