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Interplast Synthetic Stone Tiles

New and noteworthy staff picks from the 2007 International Builders' Show

Length: 1:07
Produced By: Gary Junken

Assistant editor Rob Yagid found a porous synthetic stone tile at the show: “Inteplast was at the show to get feedback on a new product in development, which you can use like ordinary pavers for exterior applications. Water flows through the stone and won’t puddle up on the surface." Unfortunately, the product won't hit the market for two years.

For more information, call Inteplast at 800-452-2117, ext. 8214.

Video by: Gary Junken

March 19, 2007