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The Snake Wand adds flexibility to lawn care

BY HBSDealer Staff

Bond Manufacturing, a licensee of the Black + Decker brand, is bringing ingenuity and flexibility to lawn care.

The Snake Wand possesses nine spray patterns that can be configured in countless ways, featuring ABS plastic joints that adjust to almost any angle.

The head can also be positioned upwards to spray underneath steps and cars, or at an arc to clean out eaves and water hanging plants.
       
The wand has a reach of up to 36 inches, offering added leverage and control, as well as an ergonomic comfort grip, designed to reduce fatigue and extend the time that can be spent outdoors.    

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Top Knobs rolls out the Barrington Collection

BY HBSDealer Staff

Top Knobs has introduced the Barrington Collection, a line of decorative hardware with a graceful, elegant design profile.

The Barrington Collection comes in six modern finishes and is available in 36 shapes and five series, including crystal and glass knobs.

"Barrington spans the spectrum of elegant yet sleek designs," states Christine Zimmer, product manager for Top Knobs. "The knobs and pulls from each series in this transitional collection can be used individually or together to reflect a designer's style and create a unique look in any kitchen or bath."

Products in the collection include Edgewater (featuring flat-topped knobs and sleek pulls), Glass and Crystal Knobs, Brookline (pulls with subtle rounded ends and coordinating sphere-shaped knobs), Somerdale (thin, long pulls with a slight slope), and Channing (square and rectangular designs).

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Video: In praise of the Demo Day

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Fair Lawn, New Jersey-based Kuiken Brothers is a big believer in educational events. Not only do Demo Days offer builder customers a chance to see new products, they also promote new technologies and new building practices, said Matthew Kuiken, VP operations for the eight-unit pro dealer. Not only are products changing, so are the people, he added. Another benefit of educational events, according to the dealer, is to show the customers that the company stands behind the products.

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