Remodeling Show 2006 Preview

Now in its 16th year, the only trade show specifically geared toward remodelers is back in Chicago and it is bigger than ever. The show floor itself consists of over 300 exhibiting companies involved in every major product category within the remodeling industry. Add to that the countless educational seminars targeting the specific needs of remodelers, big and small, makes this a “must-see” for remodelers.

New to this year, The Remodeling Show expands into the kitchen and bath market with the Kitchen and Bath Showcase, a pavilion located on the show floor that will be filled with official Showcase sponsors exhibiting the latest products and services for the kitchen and bath market.

Gracing the these pages, you will find a sneak preview of some of the cool stuff to see at this year’s show.

The Remodeling Show • McCormick Place • Chicago • October 19 - 21

Booth No. 1212 - 1. Gorell Grand Additions will showcase its line of vinyl sunrooms, designed to offer homeowners a wide selection of styles and other possibilities — even the amount of light allowed into the room. This line includes its all-vinyl American Conservatory Series rooms with translucent polycarbonate roofs and vinyl-wall Presidential Series systems with tough high-density foam roofs.
Gorell Windows & Doors. Indicate 83 on e-Inquiry.

Booth No. 1834 - 2. The Pot Filler from ShowHouse, the luxury brand of faucets by Moen, is designed to be mounted on the wall above a cooktop or range. It folds against the wall when not in use, and extends 24 in. via its double joint extendible arm to deliver hot or cold water to heavy pots from above. For convenience and safety, it features dual shut offs at the base of the filler and at the spout. It is showcased in a sleek stainless steel finish to coordinate with high-end appliances and other fixtures.
ShowHouse by Moen. Indicate 86 on e-Inquiry.

Booth No. 1831 - 3. Eldorado Stone introduces its Adobe brick veneer. The bricks are 15 in. long by 3.5 in. high and 1.25 in. thick,complete with a distinct Southwestern style.
Eldorado Stone. Indicate 87 on e-Inquiry.

Booth No. 614 - 4. Therma-Tru Doors soar to new heights with taller, wider units from its Fiber-Classic and Smooth-Star Sliding Patio Door Systems. The Sliding Patio Door Systems have up to a DP-55 rating for air, water and structural performance and are available in 6 -ft. 6-in., 6-ft. 8-in. and 8-ft. heights with four panel configurations in widths up to 12 ft.
Therma-Tru. Indicate 88 on e-Inquiry.

Booth No. 451 - 5. Nana Wall Systems’ NanaWall conists of floor-to-ceiling glass panels that are situated on a single-floor track. These panels are suspended from a hidden overhead track, and if the project does not require a weather-tight opening, the floor track can be eliminated altogether. The NanaWall panels can be hinged together in accordion style or remain as individual sliding panels, creating openings, including angles and curves.
Nana Wall Systems. Indicate 89 on e-Inquiry.