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Eco Red Shield waves Made-in-USA flag

BY HBSDEALER Staff

Eco Building Products is pushing for an even deeper commitment to Made in USA with its signature Eco Red Shield Lumber product.

Though the protected lumber is already being produced around the country, the company’s technical team is now blending the final constituent of the Eco Red Shield formulation in the USA.

"It is our opinion that this is just another step in raising the bar even higher in our quality controls, achieving superior results in every step of our blending process, separating us from anyone trying to even get close to our combined formulation, for years," read a company statement. "We take pride in producing everything that goes into our Intellectual Property right here in America, as it has been our goal since inception, that our red lumber will one day be recognized as the true American Brand of Lumber."

"I’m proud to lead this Eco Team of brilliant minds as we all unite in support of raising the bar on all wood treatments," said president and CEO Steve Conboy. "ECOB is insuring that American wood framed buildings lead the world as the best choice in support of climate changes, building defensive on all fronts from lumber protection to preservation of engineering values."

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Benjamin Moore reigns in J.D. Power Paint Study

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For the fourth year in a row and the fifth time ever, Benjamin Moore has been awarded the top honor on the J.D. Power Paint Satisfaction Study thanks to its high level of customer satisfaction.

"Benjamin Moore is thrilled to once again receive this prestigious award of Highest Ranked Interior Paint by J.D. Power," said Mike Searles, president and CEO of Benjamin Moore & Co. "Customer satisfaction, brand loyalty and delivering best in class products are the hallmark of Benjamin Moore. We’re constantly focused on meeting the needs of the most discerning customers and contractors with a suite of interior products and colors that can only be delivered through our network of independent dealers."

The paint company took home a score of 815 on a 1,000-point scale, a 15-point increase from 2013. Areas of strength for the brand were application, durability, product offerings and design guides.

J.D. Power used data from nearly 8,700 customers who purchased and applied interior paint during the past year, measuring application, product offerings, durability, price, design guides and warranty/guarantee. For retailers, it also ranks according to facility, merchandise, staff, services provided and sales/promotions.

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Huber Engineered Woods joins NLBMDA

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Huber Engineered Woods is the newest member of the National Lumber and Building Material Dealers Association Manufacturers and Services Council (MSC). The council is composed of the leading building material manufacturers and service providers serving the LBM industry.

NLBMDA’s MSC members are established industry leaders who supply products and services to lumber and building material dealers and regional chains across the nation. The dedicated members of the council share a commitment to promoting and enhancing the success of independent dealers and regional chains. 

Huber Engineered Woods offers specialty products such as AdvanTech flooring and ZIP System sheathing and tape. Headquartered in Charlotte, N.C., Huber has manufacturing operations in Maine, Georgia, Virginia and Oklahoma, as well as research and development facilities in Georgia.

 

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