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Building Facts: • The termite population is out of control in North America and getting worse (UC Berkeley)


• Today’s juvenile growth lumber has more sap wood (termite food) in it and holds moisture longer than old growth lumber


• New building techniques have created a mold problem • Termite and wood rot damage can affect how a house performs during an earthquake or hurricane


• Mold in lumber births mycotoxins that can get in ventilation systems and cause health problems for humans


• the new California Building Code says builders cannot close the building in if the lumber is in excess of 19% humidity


IS YOUR BUILDER BUILDING WITH OLD-SCHOOL OR NEW-SCHOOL TECHNOLOGY?


Eco Red Shield™ Facts: • Controls moisture in lumber • Protects raw lumber from mold, termites, wood-rot and fire • Eco-friendly / safe to use and live with according to Greenguard • Lasts longer than the 10 year builder warranty in the cavity of your walls • Can be used on exterior details if painted • Better than primer / ready-to-paint • Lasts longer / creates less demand on our forests • Cost-effective / in most cases less than 1% of the building cost


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