The right thing for the right reasons.
This builder is not worried about his exposed lumber during the cold, wet winter in the NE because he did the right thing for his homeowners and protected the bones of the home prior to framing.
What is your builder all about?
Is your builder using minimum standards and minimum products to build your new home? Wouldn't you rather have advanced, defensive technologies like the house on the left? It's time to stand up for your safety and your family's safety by demanding that your home is built with Eco Red Shield protected lumber and framing materials. Just like today's cell phones that use better technology than the previous outdated phones, your builder should use better technology than just plain, raw, wet lumber. Eco Building Products' advanced, non-toxic, Eco Red Shield protected lumber is available through the national lumber supply chain.
Driving Down the Road
A stockholder sent this picture to Eco earlier today as they were on the road in the east and snapped this shot on Long Island, NY. Checkout the RED studs in the bed of the pick-up truck. Go Eco!
20 More Certified Eco Defensive Partners
20 More Eco Certified Defensive Partners via Speonk Lumber Corp. now selling Eco Red Shield Advanced Framing Lumber on the easter end of Long Island, NY.
Finally a Choice
There finally exists a real choice of treated lumber products; one for outside, and one that is safe for the inside.
POSTED BY STEVE CONBOY ECOB PRESIDENT & CEO
In an effort to keep folks informed we've created a blog page so that I can tell it like it is - and hopefully educate people a little bit about our humanitarian projects, our products, the building process and with lumber in general.
I also will talk about some of the pitfalls new homebuyers face. I've been in the lumber business my entire life and have a vast knowledge of how this industry has changed in the last 35 years. We are here to change it once again with our revolutionary product: Eco Red Shield™ protective coating - developed specifically for today's lumber.