(May 21, 2015, Houston, TX) – Award-winning fiber cement product, Allura by Plycem, has joined forces with NextGen Home TV annual series “Healthy Home” to help build a home for a disabled veteran in need. Allura plans to donate thousands of dollars worth of exterior building materials including siding, trim, soffit, shake, backer board and decking.
“Healthy Home” is an online television series by NGHTV that covers home donation projects for veterans, including last year’s “Welcome Home” series. NGHTV will film the manufacturing of the specialized home, the presentation at the 2016 International Builders' Show and the final reveal.
Allura is proud to forge a partnership with the mission of giving back to the community and is honored to provide state-of-the-art materials to a deserving veteran. Additionally, Allura’s brother brand, Maxitile will donate fiber cement roofing materials for the house.
“We are thrilled to partner with NextGen’s “Healthy Home” Series,” says Jessica Navascues, CEO of US Fiber Cement Divisions. “The house will be protected by Allura and Maxitile fiber cement products and the owner will never have to worry about major ongoing maintenance, termite infestation, cracking or damage from moisture.”
At the 2016 International Builders' Show, attendees will have the opportunity to tour NextGen’s “Healthy Home” and learn about the unique building materials that went into creating the specialized home. Allura will be on-hand to answer any questions about how fiber cement was used in the process and the substantial benefits of the product.
The “Healthy Home” series will be aired online at www.nghtv.com.