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Only One Product Will Do

In areas like the Carolinas, the road back to acceptance of EIFS takes work, but even skeptical homeowners are now being won over once again. One homeowner in Florence, S.C. had invested a lot of time and money designing an exquisite home with a Mediterranean flair. It encompasses 12,000 square feet of house under roof - 8,000 square feet of heated area on one level. The home, completed in fall 1999, is their "labor of love," adorned with Italian marble, Brazilian rosewood, granite countertops, hammered copper lavatory bowls and woodwork finished with a stippling effect to look aged. Only EIFS could create the look they wanted to complete their masterpiece and retain that flawless beauty for years to come.

Asa Godbold of Powers-Godbold Construction and Joe Griffin of Griffin Insulation and Drywall convinced the homeowners that there was no better product available than water-managed EIFS to give them the look they wanted with the flexibility to design ornate details and the confidence that their investment would be well protected.

Though all homes may not be as elaborate as this one, any home is typically the largest single investment many individuals will make in their lifetime. Everyone wants their home protected. With the attention now paid to EIFS, the advanced systems now available and the exchange of information currently going on, EIFS today is one of the best values on the market.

*** This article appears courtesy
of Construction Dimensions
These pictures appear
courtesy of Senergy ***

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