Team Shuttershield won the first ever The HardieMan Challenge: The Ultimate Building Contest held at The Rockwell Tent on August 22. Ten team builders pitted against each other in a challenge to demonstrated how easy it is to install HardieFlex even for do-it-yourself home builders and how beautifully it conforms to any design preference they please. “HardieFlex is the next generation in building products that does not compromise peace of mind,” said Mark Sergio, Sales and Marketing Director of James Hardie. “James Hardie has been in the Philippines for 16 years as such we know the needs of Filipino homeowners — especially the need to build the best home that their loved ones deserve; a place where they can feel safe and secure, so they can enjoy precious family moments that last a lifetime. Now that’s what we call ‘living without compromise,” explained Mark.
The event, according to Mark, was a perfect opportunity to experience ease of installation of HardieFlex advanced building composite, which is known for its durability, high quality, versatility and dimension precision. This was held at the perfect timing when Typhoon Maring just left the country and with an average of about 20 storms entering the Philippine Area of Responsibility, Filipino homeowners should be careful to use only authentic HardieFlex advanced building composite. HardieFlex by James Hardie is resistant to damage caused by moisture, fire and termites and does not contain cancer-causing asbestos.
Among other winners were Cabico and Gentry who placed 2nd and 3rd, respectively.
Special Awards like Best in Workmanship, Best in Teamwork, Best in Safety, and Best in James Hardie Knowledge were also given to Shuttershield, Dreva, Jonzlib’z, and Shuttershield, in relative order.
Brownman Revival performed on the said event hosted by Issa Litton and Slick Rick of Magic 89.9.
HardieFlex advanced building composite is the ideal building material for your home. To find out more, go to the website www.jameshardie.com.ph and like us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/jameshardieph or call 1-800-888-5427 (outside Metro Manila) or 895-5427 (within Metro Manila).
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