GreenEBoard™ is made of proprietary and patent pending technology.

GreenEBoard™ is made of proprietary and patent pending technology.
Ingredients include Magnesium Oxide, Magnesium Chloride as the primary components, with additional natural mineral components such as perlite, and woven and non-woven strengthening fibers.

Why Choose GreenEBoard™ for your next tile project?

GreenEBoard™ installs with conventional fasteners and can be scored and snapped with a regular utility knife. Portland cement based backer boards and fiber cement boards require special tools. Conventional screws typically will not countersink into these boards. The installer must buy special screws, or must pre drill the board to achieve countersunk fastener heads. GreenEboard weighs 50% per square foot less than other cement boards, making it easier to handle. Remodelers who have to work in tight spaces especially appreciate GreenEboard’s ease of installation. GreenEboard is non-nutrient for mold and mildew, without added chemicals.

GreenEBoard™ contains NO silica.

GreenEBoard™ contains no harmful silica. Backer boards that contain silica are a health hazard to the installer. Please read our competitor’s warning labels before handling.

GreenEBoard™ will not warp, swell, delaminate or disintegrate when exposed to moisture, unlike gypsum based backer boards. Some gypsum based backer boards are manufactured with a built in vapor barrier to prevent the problem, but if the vapor barrier is compromised, the gypsum will still be affected by the moisture.

When tested under ASTM C-627, GreenEBoard™ received the highest rating of “extra heavy”, meaning it can be installed as a tile backer under the most demanding conditions like food plants, industrial kitchens, and other high impact areas.

GreenEBoard™ is the ideal backer board for tubs, showers, floors, outdoor kitchens, fireplace surrounds receiving stone or brick veneer, and much, much more.

Additional Applications

In addition to using GreenEBoard™ as a tile backer for walls and floors, it can also be used for exterior applications such as soffit cladding, as an exterior sheathing behind stucco applications when structural strength is not required for the exterior sheathing, as an interior or exterior skin for SIP panels, in homes where breathable walls are desired, for fireplace surrounds, as wall board for those who are chemically sensitive, and as a mold resistant and flame rated paneling in mobile and manufactured homes.