What are the latest trends in the industry? Jason Cohen, our president and CEO, and Barry Miller and Rachel Lindemann of The Kitchen Center recently attended the National Association of Home Builders annual International Builders’ Show in Orlando, FL, to find out.

The show brought together industry professionals from all over the country to see the latest technological advancements from more than 800 exhibitors, learn about new products during daily educational sessions, and connect with industry leaders during a series of networking events.

Here are some photos our team took of their favorite new products. Take a look at them here.


Opening large living areas of your home to the outdoors is a feature of many contemporary homes in all regions of the country. If the plans for your new home or renovation call for indoor-outdoor living areas, be sure to consider Centor’s luxury bifold doors and retractable screens and shades.

Centor’s wood-clad bifold doors, and aluminum doors allow homeowners to effortlessly enjoy an inside-outside connection. Create privacy, keep insects out, and control glare with their simple-to-use insect screens and shades that can be fitted to other doors and windows. Speak to a consultant to learn more!


If you’re starting a new home construction project or renovating an existing home, order all the framing lumber, engineered lumber, plywood sheeting, and trusses for your project from any one of our three lumberyards.

Find a complete range of Douglas fir framing lumber in a variety of lengths with all products No. 2 or better and all stud material kiln-dried for better durability. Be sure to check out our supply of pressure-treated lumber, engineered wood, and plywood sheeting. Floor and roof trusses can be designed to match the exact requirements and specifications for any project and drawings and documentation can be provided.


Get the look of newly-installed natural cedar shakes for years with Tando Beach House Shake. Tando’s high-performance cladding product will look like the day it was installed years later without the costly maintenance required to keep natural cedar shingles from turning grey and black. The material is also impervious to moisture so it won’t rot and decay.

In addition to Atlantica, a soft silvered coastal gray, Beach House Shake is available in three other shades—Hatteras, a weathered gray; Pacifica, the look of fresh western red cedar; and Sandcastle, the look of fresh white cedar.

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