Eco Building Products, Inc. announced today the Company has been awarded additional production releases, representing in excess of four hundred ninety five thousand dollars ($495,000.00) in gross revenues in the combined release, on ECOB's contract to supply Eco Red Shield tm coated lumber, labor and trusses for the next three phases of houses at Brookfield Homes "Green Door" project in Ontario, California.
E Build & Truss, Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of Eco Building Products, was awarded the framing contract with the inclusion of Eco Red Shield lumber and truss package for the entire community of eighty eight homes. The Company has already completed fifty eight homes of the customer contract. The current order represents an additional nineteen more homes scheduled to commence shipment this month.
Eco Building Products continues to provide protected lumber, now meeting building code requirements for wood-rot decay and termites coupled with the industry's first mold and fire protection in an all in one application for the entire structure. E Build & Truss continue to supply superior framing services building a quality product for Brookfield Homes. The Company continues to secure additional home builder contracts leveraging the recent accomplishments of Eco Building Products, Inc.
"As the Home Builder news indicates signs of recovery and our releases continually increase our Eco Red Shield is making more and more news in the national supply chain. ECOB is very involved in the rebuild efforts on the east coast, hosting town hall meetings to educate contractors and homeowners on embracing defensive building practices and technologies like Eco Red Shield rather than rebuilding with raw lumber," stated Steve Conboy , President and CEO of Eco Building Products. "ECOB's press release last week introduced an open web floor truss built with Eco Red Shield lumber now QAI listed for Class A fire protection. This demonstrates another way of building defensive especially on the east coast for the Hurricane Sandy rebuild when other products subjected to water and fire cannot hold up as good as our open web assemblies," added Conboy.