HomeSphere’s Featured Brands – January 2019

Published: January 23, 2019

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Featured Products:

Delaney HardwareDelaney: Sleek Contemporary Style to Complement Any Home

Modern style hardware emphasizes basic shapes and forms with clean, sleek lines. Delaney Hardware's Modern design's lines are crisp, sharp and particularly well-suited for a variety of interior styles.

QuietWalkQuietWalk: Acoustical Floating Flooring Underlayment

Designed for floating floor materials, QuietWalk’s recycled filaments are specially processed to cushion the floor to absorb sound, reducing unwanted noise. This helps make floating floors sound more like fastened wood.

TimberTechTimberTech: Capped Composite Decking

100% smarter than wood, TimberTech® decking has the look and feel of traditional wood, with the added strength, durability and sustainability of a composite material.

GE Kitchen HubGE Appliances: Kitchen Hub Touchscreen Range Hood

At this year’s Consumer Electronics Show, appliance manufacturer GE has debuted a futuristic product called the Kitchen Hub. The over-the-range smart hood features a large touchscreen and has the ability to control all of a home’s smart-home appliances.

Marketplace-gerber-imagesGerber: The All New Two-Piece Toilet Collection

The Gerber Avalanche Elite is easy to install, easy to admire, and offers an extraordinary value that’s hard to forget. The two-piece design features a low maintenance simple concealed trapway and a sleek, upscale look that fits any décor.

IBS 2019IBS 2019 | February 19-21 | Las Vegas

The 2019 Builders’ Show will bring together more than 1,500 top manufacturers and suppliers from around the globe in 600,000 net square feet of exhibit space, showcasing the latest and most in-demand products and services.

Stop by HomeSphere’s booth #SU1238 and learn more about the benefits of being part of the largest community of U.S. home builders.

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