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Check out these websites.* New products can shape new directions in the building industry.

GE Nucleus™ Home Energy Monitor and Management System

General Electric anticipates introducing the Nucleus with Brillion™ technology this year. Designed for areas where utility rates are based on time-of-use, GE states that the product will work in homes with smart meters, plugging into any standard electrical outlet to track electricity use and allow users to view and control energy consumption.
www.geappliances.com

JELD-WEN FiberLast™ Exterior Doors

JELD-WEN states that its FiberLast exterior doors offer homeowners a product that combines “durability, style, and energy efficiency.” The ENERGY STAR® qualified doors are SCS certified to contain at least 35 percent pre-consumer recycled wood.
www.JELD-WEN.com

TEK4 Inspection Scope by Ryobi® Power Tools

Ryobi Power Tools offers the TEK4 Inspection Scope to provide visibility behind walls and in dark areas. The scope has a 3-foot-long cable, a digital zoom, a 2.7-inch high-res LCD screen, and a 4-volt lithium-ion battery.
www.ryobitools.com

* This information and the websites identified above are provided solely as a convenience to the reader. They are not intended to state or imply that the editors of Engineered Wood or LP Building Products sponsor, recommend, endorse or are affiliated or associated with the companies or products listed.

 

This information and the websites identified above are provided solely as a convenience to the reader. They are not intended to state or imply that the editors of Engineered Wood or LP Building Products sponsor, recommend, endorse or are affiliated or associated with the companies or products listed.