There are seemingly limitless reasons why VELUX skylights can help you create a living space that will not only impress you and your family, but that will also lower your energy costs. Watch our newest commercial to witness how light and fresh air can change your indoor environment.
Above and beyond that legendary, signature blue and yellow can, instantly recognized worldwide, WD-40 Company encompasses a group of brands featuring a full range of high performance products. Spanning maintenance, specialty, and cleaning products for all corners of the industrial realm, enthusiasts, hobbyists and home, WD-40 Company is home to several of the World’s best-known brands. In addition to the famous WD-40® Multi-Use Product, WD-40 Company offers WD-40® Specialist®, our full line of professional grade specialty products formulated to perform specific tasks; WD-40® BIKE developed for the whole bicycle; the much beloved 3-IN-ONE® Oil; the Lava® and Solvol® brands of heavy-duty hand cleaners, X-14® and 2000 Flushes® toilet bowl cleaners, X-14 bathroom cleaners, Carpet Fresh® and no vac® carpet and room odor eliminators, Spot Shot® instant carpet stain remover, and 1001® specialty carpet care products.
For more than a century, we’ve been growing trees and making forest products that improve lives in fundamental ways. Our wood products are used to build homes where families are sheltered and raised. Our land forms the building blocks of responsible development. And our forests are used for recreation, conservation and different forms of renewable energy.
Wilsonart has always made great laminate. Our standard collection of readily available solid colors and patterns, originally known as Design Group I™, was developed in the 1980s and has become an industry standard for laminate design direction.
The Wooster Brush Company was established in 1851 and is one of the oldest manufacturers of paint applicators in the USA. The company founder Adam Foss traveled from Pennsylvania to Ohio to set up shop. He began producing handmade bristle paintbrushes in a small, two-story building in Wooster, Ohio, and then sold the brushes door-to-door throughout the state. The coatings industry evolves each year—with product upgrades and new government regulations. At The Wooster Brush Company, our job is to engineer new applicators that work with those changes to create better painting experiences AND better results.