Elements by Durcon is officially launching in the DFW market in Texas, where it is also manufactured (about 200 miles from Dallas in Taylor). The eco-friendly surface is made with a proprietary blend of at least 10% post-consumer recycled glass, natural quartz minerals, and resin to create a low-VOC material that’s solid, non-porous, and “never requires sealing,” according to Durcon.
I’m happy to announce that the last article in my Water-Wise Bath Redo project with HouseLogic is live today. Check out the finished bathroom — complete with a WaterSense faucet and showerhead in the 90 Degree Series from Moen and a WaterSense space-saver toilet from American Standard. HouseLogic also has a new contest giving commenters a chance to win $100, so visit HouseLogic if interested.
Today, part three in a water-wise bathroom project that I’m blogging is live on HouseLogic. If you’re just catching up, I have an old 1958 bathroom that I’m remodeling while incorporating new WaterSense fixtures. The whole process is shared and documented in partnership with HouseLogic; plus, with each article each week, HouseLogic is offering commenters a chance to win $100 (check their rules).