Aspire Pavers Rebranded
BRAVA Roof Tile, a wholly owned subsidiary of Wildhawk Investments and synthetic-roofing manufacturer, announces the launch of Aspire by BRAVA, a line of synthetic pavers made from recycled plastic and tire-derived rubber recently acquired from Chicago, Illinois-based Azek.
Aspire by BRAVA are high-performance pavers that can be used in both ground and roof applications. Committed to bringing innovative and sustainable building products to market, Aspire by BRAVA pavers are made with up to 95 percent post-consumer recycled rubber and plastics. Additionally, Aspire by BRAVA pavers are manufactured using a process that requires 95 percent less energy and produces 96 percent less CO2 emissions than conventional concrete pavers.
“We are excited to add Aspire pavers to our offerings of beautiful and sustainable building products made from recycled materials,” BRAVA Roof Tile president Adam Brantman said. Not only will customers have a beautiful outdoor space, but they’ll contribute to removing plastic from the waste stream.”
Easy to install, lightweight, and sustainable with multiple colors available and a natural textured finish, the possibilities are endless for creating the perfect outdoor space with Aspire by BRAVA .The pavers are designed with a patented grid system that reduces installation time and requires less manpower than traditional pavers. At one-third the weight of comparable concrete products, Aspire by BRAVA brings exceptional performance, from the ground up to the roof.
BRAVA has hired Business Development Manager Lee Martucci to lead efforts to grow this line. Martucci brings more than 25 years’ experience in growing revenues in the building materials and related industries. With his strategic and innovative thinking, leadership skills, and excellent communication, Aspire by BRAVA will benefit from Lee’s expertise and in-depth knowledge of pavers.
© Scrap Tire News, August 2022