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  • Damage-Resistant Deck Railing System

    The Trex Transcend Decking & Railing System is made from the same durable, low-maintenance material as the company’s standard products, with one difference: The tops and sides of the boards have a hard-shell coating with a wood-grain pattern and low-sheen finish that allegedly resists stains...

  • Spray Foam Adhesive for Roof Tiles

    When I need a powerful gap-filling adhesive, I reach for a can of polyurethane foam. Touch 'n Seal is hoping roofers will do the same.

  • Fast-Drying Wood Glue

    Titebond says its new fast-drying PVA formulation for interior trim carpentry eases the hassle of assembling vertical joints.

  • Rot-Resistant Door Jambs

    Endura's FrameSaver Door Frame is solid wood except for a 4-inch-long piece of composite finger-jointed to the bottom; this material, the maker says, is impervious to rot and insects and doesn't wick moisture.

  • 30-inch Dacor Cooktop

    Dacor recently introduced a scaled-down version of its Distinctive Gas Cooktop.

  • Accessible Kitchen Cabinet Accessory

    Homeowners who have difficulty reaching items on high shelves or bending down for low ones might appreciate the AutoPantry, a vertical closet carousel that brings everything within reach at the push of a button.

  • Kitchen Range with Double Oven

    Whirlpool's Resource Saver Double Oven Range fits two separate ovens inside the footprint of a standard-size range, for a total capacity of 6.7 cubic feet.

  • Eco-Friendly Interior Doors

    Masonite says its new Safe 'N Sound Interior Doors are milled from a low-density fiberboard (called DorCor) that uses renewable wheat straw as its primary raw material.

  • Easy-to-Hide Electric Wire

    FlatWire is a paper-thin copper wire approved for use in low-voltage lighting, audio, video, voice, and data applications.

  • Pop--Downdraft Range Vent

    Miele's stainless steel Telescopic Downdraft Hood tucks away beneath the countertop until it's needed, at which point it pops up with the touch of button, topping out at 14 inches above the cooking surface.