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    New StormArmor Windows from MI Window and Doors

    As another way of "Seeing You Through," MI Windows and Doors has announced the addition of aluminum frames to its StormArmor line. The windows are available in a full line of operable, fixed, and architecturally shaped units with multiple color options. StormArmor windows are designed to resist impact from wind-borne debris and are an attractive alternative to shutters. StormArmor draws its strength from a PVB interlayer — a poly material that is sandwiched between two panes of glass. StormArmor products meet building codes for hurricane-prone states including Florida.

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    Delta-Therm DW Floor Warming Cable

    Delta-Therm, a designer and manufacturer of electric cable heating systems for over 35 years, has introduced its DeltaWarm (DW) floor warming cable. These low-profile floor warming cables are commonly installed in remodeling projects to warm tile, marble, or stone floor coverings. The DW floor warming cable is made of flexible stranded resistance wires, covered by an inner thermoplastic elastomer (TPE) insulation, a durable copper braid, and a TPE overjacket. Power leads are fully armored and the DW cable measures 1/10th of an inch thick. DW cable is factory fabricated and sold on standard-sized reels for easy stocking at distributorships.

    www.deltawarm.com

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    Undercounter Beverage Centers from KitchenAid

    KitchenAid® Architect® Series II Undercounter Beverage Centers enhance style and functionality in the kitchen and other areas of the home used for entertaining. With three temperature zones, homeowners can store red wines in the bottom rack, white wines in the middle, and additional beverages on top — all at the appropriate temperatures. The LED screen displays temperatures of each zone. Beverage centers are available in stainless steel, black-on-stainless, and factory-installed overlay-style trim.

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