Showcasing the latest in underlayment/membrane product technology and trends. This month we look at products from: Bostik, Custom Building Products, Flex Guard Products, Inc., Laticrete, Mapeguard, Merkrete, NAC Products, Progress Profiles, QEP, Schluter-Systems, Schönox, Tenax, USG Corporation, and wedi Corporation.
With the resurgence of real concrete tiles comes the uprising of why they lost their rigor in the first place. Their beauty and rich cultural pattern diversity no one disclaims, but their unfavorable attributes and tedious installations and limited installations have not been forgotten.
Simplify your next electric floor heating installation with HeatMatrix™, the easy-to-install uncoupling membrane from SunTouch®. Benefits include multiple WarmWire® spacing options, minimal rollback memory, compatibility with modified thinset and built-in evaporative tunnels to prevent mold formation below the membrane.
The new Laticrete® Strata_Heat™ electric radiant floor heating system consists of the world’s first heat conductive thinset additive, which utilizes Thermal Diffusion Technology™ to uniformly distribute heat through the adhesive to eliminate cold spots and quickly achieve the desired floor temperature.
Bring a touch of warmth and comfort to any room with Ardex Flexbone® Heat In-Floor Heating Systems — the design innovation of the Flexbone® Heat Uncoupling Membrane, German Engineered high-performance, energy-efficient heating cables and three thermostat choices, including a Smart Wi-Fi enabled thermostat.
The November/December 2018 issue product showcase lists products from the tile industry's biggest names in radiant heat flooring.
The following is the complete list of all products featured this month. You can click on each collection to read more about them.
The innovative, extremely popular Tuscan SeamClip™ from Pearl Abrasivejust got even better. Introducing the Tuscan SeamClip™ with TruSpace™, combining tile alignment and grout spacing in one easy-to-use clip.
Recently, the company decided to expand its six-floor office space in Vancouver to a nine-floor, 160,000-square-foot workplace for its 1,000 employees. The project included a detailed functional space program and full interior design services.
Shaped like a falcon and inspired by Persian tradition, the new 24-story skyscraper contains apartments and a luxury hotel with 270 rooms and suites, which feature ceramic decorations by Fabbrica Marmi e Graniti of the Iris Ceramica Group
“A marvellous story unfolding in every little corner” is Marcel Wanders’ curious description of the Mondrian Doha, a 24-story skyscraper recently added to the skyline of Doha, Qatar’s capital and biggest city.