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Therma-Tru introduces Fiber-Classic Mahogany Collection

BY HBSDealer Staff

Maumee, Ohio-based Therma-Tru Corp. has introduced the Fiber-Classic Mahogany Collection 3-Panel Style Door.

The product is designed to meet consumer demand for fiberglass doors in hardwood grains with 3/4-glass options. It can be ordered as a solid, opaque unit or configured for either 3/4-rectangle or 3/4-oval lites in 17 different decorative glass options, plus four privacy options, clear Low-E and clear glass.

“The Energy Star-qualified doors are an affordable fiberglass door option featuring rich, premium hardwood graining,” said Derek Fielding, senior product manager of doors at Therma-Tru. “Like all Therma-Tru doors, the new Mahogany 3-Panel Doors are constructed for strength, security and performance and will not rot, warp or fade under harsh climate conditions. Solid door styles can also be ordered in fire- and impact-rated versions.”

Selection of the new Fiber-Classic Mahogany Collection style for the main entryway of the home provides builders and homeowners with the option of creating a cohesive look throughout the remainder of the house by selecting other Fiber-Classic Oak Collection or Smooth-Star options for secondary entry areas. This expanded selection provides homeowners with more options for selecting similar three-panel door styles throughout the home that can have different graining options.

“Hardwood grains, like mahogany, continue to hold popularity with homeowners,” Fielding said. “At the same time, 3-panel doors are some of the top sellers at Therma-Tru, showcasing the homeowners’ preference for this simplistic and elegant style.”

Therma-Tru offers the company’s four new privacy glass options of Chord, Chinchilla, Rainglass and Granite in the doorlites for the 3-panel door, along with 17 decorative glass designs.

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Rhino introduces garage floor coating kit

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Rhino Linings Corp. has introduced a new do-it-yourself Rhino Garage Floor Coating Kit. The kit by Rhino is designed to allow homeowners the means to transform the look of their garage, basement or recreation room in a single weekend. 

"Rhino Linings is more than the No. 1 player in the truck bed liner business," said Pierre Gagnon, president and CEO of Rhino Linings Corp. "With more than 23 years of successes in the protective linings industry, Rhino Linings is excited to introduce a do-it-yourself floor coating system that incorporates the same high-quality standards experienced by our truck bed liner customers."

The Rhino Garage Floor Coating kit is sold as a pre-measured, two-part, water-based epoxy and contains prep materials as well as detailed instructions to ensure homeowners take the necessary measures to achieve long-lasting showroom quality appearance. Once applied, the kit will protect surfaces against scuffs, wear and tear, gasoline/oil stains and is both water- and chemical-resistant. Each kit contains enough material to prep and coat a single 250-sq.-ft. car garage and is sold in three decorative colors.

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For Lowe’s in New York, the cost of opposition

BY HBSDEALER Staff

In New York, Long Island Business News reported that Lowe’s took a bath on a real estate deal involving a proposed Long Island store.

According to the newspaper, the Mooresville, N.C.-based home center giant paid some $26 million for a piece of property formerly owned by Pall Corp. But it decided to sell when community opposition prevented a zoning change. According to the paper, Lowe’s recently sold it to St. Francis Hospital for about $16 million.

In another real estate deal on Long Island, Lowe’s is trying to unload a property it bought for $35 million in 2007 – the Long Island Huntington Town House catering hall, according to the article.

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