Eco Building Products declared the market availability of the company’s Eco Red Shield protected lumber. The supply of this novel proprietary product will facilitate the construction of the Patricia D'Alessio and Gregory Artura dream home in the Litchfield County, Connecticut.
The selection of Eco Red Shield Lumber for the construction was made about a year ago and the execution was hampered due to the onset of winter.
ECOB’s first East Coast-based customer employed the company’s Eco Red Shield protected lumber for construction. This versatile product provided protection from wood-rot, mold, and fire and resistance to insects and termites. Following the devastations of several homes caused by fire in the Connecticut area, the residents will be benefited with the supply of Eco Red Shield lumber products in the market. ECOB’s local associate, Interstate + Lakeland Lumber is all set to deliver Eco Red Shield products for the approaching spring.
The present supply chain of lumber started from Salem Oregon, progressed to the Tri State area and Southern California to Florida, New Orleans and Texas. The supply chain was further leveraged between the east coast and the west coast in 2011. The Eco Red Shield products exist in the current markets with affordable prices.
According to the President and CEO of Eco Building Products, Steve Conboy, with the introduction of ECOB’s newly developed novel products, the country witnessed a significant increase in job opportunities. The company is at present focused on improving its infrastructure to have better production.
Eco Building Products is a producer of wood products that utilizes the FRC and ECOB WoodSurfaceFilm technology to produce renowned eco-friendly products such as Eco Red Shield, Eco Blue Shield and Eco Clear Shield.