CENTRAL COAST WATERPROOFING/HILL BROTHERS CHEMICAL COMPANY TEAM UP FOR HABITAT for HUMANITY




The Deck Expert’s company CENTRAL COAST WATERPROOFING has donated it’s labor and time to Habitat for Humanity’s Atascadero project on Traffic Way, and will be applying the Desert Crete decking system from Hill Brothers Chemical Companies Desert Brand Division
that has been graciously donated by the company for this project. See www.DesertBrand.com for more information on their products.

Adam Hill of Hill Brothers said “We are happy to be a part of this worthy enterprise, and we will support our contractors who are willing to give back to the community.”

Hill Brothers has been in business since 1923, manufacturing chemicals and flooring and decking products ever since. Desert Brand’s Magnesite flooring has been in use since 1923 and is still popular today. Their new Desert Crete system is a cementious system that utilizes metal lath and polymer modified cements to achieve a high strength decking system that is used on buildings throughout the West.

“Central Coast Waterproofing is overjoyed at being able to volunteer our time to this project. As a good citizen of the world, we want to be a part of building family’s dreams, and here was an opportunity. When Jon Wickstrom at Midland Homes asked us if we’d like to participate, there was no hesitation, we said YES immediately.” said Bill Leys.

The base coat and flashing will be placed this coming week, and after most construction is completed, we’ll come back and apply a finish coat.

Look for pictures of the install next week!
Click our headline to find out how you can be involved

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