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Several tools are particularly useful to professional contractors, including a 40-volt line of cordless tools and rechargeable flashlights.
September 27, 2023
The Home Depot recently announced products it says are “innovations in home improvement” that make projects easier and more efficient for professional contractors as well as DIYers.
The retailer recognized 10 products that are in its stores in its annual 2023 Innovation Awards, including:
Glidden Cool Touch exterior floor paint keeps porches, patios, pool decks and walkways cooler. Home Depot says Glidden Cool Touch reduces surface temperature by up to 20% compared with products of a similar color because of its Cool Surface technology. It’s available in paint and stain that can be tinted.
Husky rechargeable flashlights include long-lasting rechargeable batteries but also work with traditional alkaline batteries in emergency situations. The twist-to-focus head allows for a narrow spotlight or wide floodlight projection. Its USB-C charging capability allows for the recharging of other devices, and the battery indicator light keeps users alerted to charge levels.
Makita XGT 40V cordless power tools are powerful pro-grade tools that offer best-in-class performance, the retailer says. Makita XGT concrete tools, including rotary hammers and power saws, are the first tools of their kind to provide the power of gas in a cordless product. Makita was the first vendor to bring 40V power tools to Home Depot’s shelves.
Editorial Director, ConstructioNext, WOC360, IRE360, Informa Markets
Jean Dimeo is an award-winning editor, writer and publication manager who has worked in construction publishing for 30 years. Dimeo was managing editor of Construction Dive, our sister publication about commercial construction, and the editor in chief of Builder, EcoHome and Building Products, all about residential building and remodeling. She also worked as an editor for a Spanish-language construction publication and as a building products expert for consumer magazines including Better Homes & Gardens SIPs.
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