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EnviroBOND seeks certified installers


May 18, 2011
By Mike Jiggens

Landscaping contractors are being given the opportunity to become
certified EnviroBOND installers at a course the company is hosting at
the end of May and into early June.
 

EnviroBOND, a manufacturer of environmentally-friendly  jointing material for the hard landscaping industry (i.e. paving stone and natural stone joints), has designed the course to educate contractors on how to use its products.
 
“Not all jointing sands are the same,” says Mike Riehm, president of EnviroBOND. “We have a special product. With the proper installation it will last a long time and protect your hardscaping project from erosion and weeds which will reduce maintenance and improve longevity performance.”
 
At the conclusion of the course, the contractors write an exam to become certified EnviroBOND installers, a designation that carries product discounts and cross-promotion with EnviroBOND across its social media outlets. EnviroBOND is also planning free future events for its roster of certified installers to enjoy.
 
• What: EnviroBOND certified installers course
• When: May 31, June 1 or June 2, 6 -8:30 p.m.
• Where: EnviroBOND office, 1530 Drew Rd. Unit 17, Mississauga, Ont.
• Register: By e-mail at certified@envirobond.com or phone EnviroBOND at 416-628-3704
 
For more information, visit EnviroBOND online at http://www.envirobond.com.
 
EnviroBOND is a company that developed in the 1990s through the combination of landscape design and environmental awareness. EnviroBOND’s products are designed for joint stabilization in hardscaping projects, providing a lasting bond that will ensure long life of your segmental project. The scientifically-designed formula provides incredible erosive resistance strength, without compromixing the flexibility needed in a segmental system.