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Eco Is Showing Up....

2014-04-20

Eco is showing up in parched, fire prone areas of SoCal... to water-soaked Sandy rebuilds in NJ offering one protection, now enabling us to build with lumber anywhere in the world.

Another Day, Another HD End Cap

2014-04-18

THe Home Depot associates have begun to embrace change as evidenced by yet another end cap, front and center, in this HD in Deptford, NJ.

Good Wood

2014-04-18

Lots of "Good Wood" and lots of soaking wet lumber is in today's supply chain and if you are a Contractor or Homeowner from California to New York its time you ask your Lumber Yard for something in writing. Since you are buying and expecting good lumber it should be their responsibility to protect you from what could happen inside your walls after you close up that wet lumber with drywall.

High Quality Production

2014-04-18

Today Eco is taking quality controls and production to the next level. We are following the lead of The Home Depot that volume should produce even higher quality, just like what they have done on their lumber because they have the best framing lumber on the planet, bar none.

HD Associates Raising the bar

2014-04-17

This great American Company, The Home Depot, has Associates that are raising the bar in and around the Sandy Rebuild; building displays and with a great attitude wanting to learn how to be the best in the business when it comes to embracing this new technology on how we build wood framed buildings.

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.