Client News 10/14/09

Kolbe is exhibiting at Greenbuild 2009 Expo Booth #5008/5010

Kolbe updates color palette for interior finishes

From traditional, stained options to contemporary, painted colors, Kolbe presents a new color palette of interior finishes for its wood windows and doors. The company also announces a partnership with Sherwin-Williams‘ retail stores, where customers can purchase paint color-matched to their Kolbe products.

The choices for interior paint have expanded to seven colors with the addition of Bright White, Ultra Pure White, Abalone, Natural Cotton, Silk, and Ivory Tusk. Coffee Bean and Library Red have been added as two, new stain colors. This updated selection was developed for Kolbe’s wood windows and doors, in response to customer feedback and anticipation of market trends. Custom paints and stains also can be created for an even more personalized look.

Kolbe’s water-based interior stains provide an environmentally-friendly finish that showcases the richness and depth of the wood, especially when choosing wood species certified by the Forest Stewardship Council (FSC). Combining FSC-certified options with energy-efficient glass choices further supports environmentally sensitive projects such as those pursuing recognition by ENERGY STAR®, Green Building Initiative’s Green Globes™, National Association of Home Builders’ Model Green Home Building Guidelines, and the U.S. Green Building Council’s LEED® Rating System for Homes™.

High-resolution photos and a Word document of this product news are available in Kolbe’s online press room.

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