VISTA, Calif., May 19, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Eco Building Products, Inc., (PINK: ECOB) announced today that Charlie Farkouh with Home and Land Development, Robert W. Adler & Associates Architects, Socha Builders, Inc., K. Shaw Builders, and Coastal Modular Group are all committed to building "better than raw lumber" houses in the Sandy Rebuild with Eco Red Shield houses popping up all along the New Jersey shore. These individuals and companies have taken what they've learned in Eco's Defensive Certification Program to their homeowners, offering them protection that raw lumber could not, as this Sandy Rebuild is now a mix of wet, raw lumber houses and Eco's defensive red houses.
Mold is not a new topic to Eco Builders and Architects, and they've taken socially responsible steps to defend their customer homeowners and their new homes against the obvious outcome associated with building with wet, unprotected lumber. Since the release of UL's recent white paper, Grossi said "The recognition that mold is a cause of human health complications has catalyzed an 'uptick' in related lawsuits in the U.S." Builders and Architects schooled in Eco's Defensive Building Practices are taking a proactive approach to mitigating themselves from these types of claims that could be mounting an attack on their liability policies. If there really [is] more than 14,000 pending building mold cases, the Sandy Rebuild is the perfect place for more of these types of moisture and mold related claims. Each one of these Builders and Architects are now using Eco Red Shield on Sandy Rebuilds, with orders for more Advanced Protected Lumber coming in from lumber yards every day.
Steve Conboy, Chief Executive Officer of Eco Building Products, Inc. recently commented that "Frank Dicopoulos, actor and advocate, has a passion to educate his neighbors and friends about a more defensive, eco-friendly planet as demonstrated by his recent interview captured on camera with Robert W. Adler, and Benson from Socha Builders https://youtu.be/NTc3elfgicc. Recently, News 12 did a piece that is worth sharing, as it talks about fire and how to be proactive even on homes, not just multi-family projects. Every time Eco puts out press, Hoover Treated Wood Products sends out their Regional Business Manager, John Makuvek, to jobs using Eco Red Shield where he tries to convince builders that Eco's technology does not work because it's not pressure treated. Builders know better, and Hoover's actions are a complete misrepresentation. Eco is supported by published test results established during accredited, independent, third-party testing that demonstrates the fact that Eco's protected lumber is superior to raw lumber in ignition time and flame run, and we're gaining the support of Firefighters all around the country."
More about these great Builders and Architect as these are the professionals you need to recommend to anyone involved in a rebuild as they have embraced a better way of building:
Home & Land Development Corporation is a leading developer of commercial and residential properties in Monmouth County NJ. Now featuring Eco Red Shield Protected Lumber, our customers can rest assured that their home was built defensive against future climate change related storms. http://homeandlanddevelopment.com/
K. Shaw Builders are a smaller sized home builder based in Monmouth County, New Jersey, and we provide a more focused attention to detail, while our strong ties to the shore area permit a more site-suitable finished product and seamless construction process. We're experts at working smart, increasing efficiency and eliminating regrets. Let us show you how we'll make your homebuilding or remodeling experience as enjoyable as it is rewarding. http://www.kshawconstruction.com/
Robert W. Adler is a licensed Professional Architect in the state of New Jersey that provides services in the states of New York, New Jersey and Pennsylvania. Mr. Adler recently spoke on the record about his decision to specify Eco Red Shield protected lumber with additional insight provided into his thoughts on Defensive Building Practices. Socha Builders Inc. www.sochabuilders.com
Coastal Modular Group is a collective of New Jersey's premier modular home builders, site builders, designers, engineers, architects and contract professionals. Coastal Modular Group was formed by local New Jersey modular home builders and civil engineers to ensure that our neighbors receive the best possible direction, service and support. Collectively, our team has built hundreds of custom modular homes in NJ all along the Shoreline. That same team consists of lifelong local NJ Residents committed to the rebuilding effort and more importantly the people and families that were affected. Most recently we've made the move to go defensive and build with Eco Red Shield protected lumber. http://www.coastalmodulargroup.com
About Eco Building Products, Inc.
Eco Building Products, Inc. is a manufacturer of treated wood products that are protected against fire, mold/mycotoxins, fungus, rot-decay, wood ingesting insects and termites by our proprietary eco-friendly chemistry utilizing ECOB WoodSurfaceFilm™ and FRC™ technology (Fire Retardant Coating) leading the world on Defensive Innovations through the implementation of defensive building practices. Eco Building Products' Global Defensive Vision is to foster environmental stewardship, respect reforestation programs, and consider the carbon footprint and recycling efforts as we forge forward in the protection of homeowners and builders. We believe that in conjunction with these endeavors, Eco Building Products will have a positive impact on U.S. export business as supported by factory-built housing managed by American Veterans, demonstrating once again to America's youth that working in the Building Trades is an honorable vocation.
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