Quebec City, Quebec – Derby Building Products, rapidly becoming known for its Tando cladding line’s realism compared to cedar and stone has scored another technology breakthrough for its innovative new sample program: Tando HD Home Definition Samples. They will be introduced at the International Builders Show in Orlando, FL, Jan 9 – 11, 2018, Booth 2254S.
The centerpiece of the game-changing program includes 11 X 17” high definition digital scans of the actual product, resulting in digital samples that are absolutely identical to each Tando profile in terms of color, texture and even size. Tando HD Home Definition Samples encompass every profile and every color in the Tando line, including TandoShake™, TandoStone™ and specialty items like Beach House Shake™ and Signature Stain™ cladding.
“Historically, homeowners and pro builders are typically making decisions about color and texture based on tiny samples on key rings or small chips of a product”, according to Ralph Bruno, CEO, Derby Building Products. “Thanks to Tando HD Home Definition Samples, these decisions can now be made from large format scans in actual size, actual color and actual texture you can see providing homeowners a new level of confidence in their selection.”
Visit booth 2254S at the IBS Show to see the Tando HD Home Definition samples or to have them mailed to your business or home, go to www.tandobp.com or call 844-MY-TANDO (698-2636).
About Derby Building Products – Home of Tando and Novik
Derby Building Products is the parent company of two game-changing brands in the building products category, Tando and Novik. Tando, Derby’s pro channel brand, has harnessed the most advanced technologies in the industry and has literally changed the face of building exteriors by replicating the natural beauty and texture of wood shake and stone, with little to no upkeep. Impervious to moisture and resistant to all types of weather, new Beach House Shake created by Tando is indistinguishable from real cedar, while Tando’s Signature Stain line offers the rich depth