ECO Giving Back

 Recovery on the Ranch 

In the winter of 2014, Keystone Ranch of Carmen, Idaho experienced a devastating loss when its shop full of hundreds of thousands of dollars worth of equipment and tools was succumbed by a fire.  Perhaps even more disheartening was that the insurance company would not cover the cost of the loss. 

Understanding the long road ahead and the finances that would be required, Eco sales representatives collectively donated their time and earnings to put toward the recovery effort.  Upon completion of the new shop build, our crews worked effortlessly to complete the insulation work donated by Eco Insulation.

Today, Keystone Ranch is slowly, but surely getting back to normal.   Ranchers and farmers are the foundation to which our society is built and it was an honor to be able to contribute in a small way.

In Loving Memory of David Cancilla

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The first week of July brought about a great tragedy as we lost a valuable member of our Eco family. Our sales representatives immediately came together and voluntarily donated their time and sales to David and his family.

During a very emotional gathering, Eco Insulation had the privilege of presenting the Cancilla family with a check in honor of David, his life, and the impact he had here at Eco. He was an example to so many and will be dearly missed.

Since his passing, the David Cancilla Foundation has been formed to honor his legacy.  To find out more about what the foundation is doing, please visit their website.

The Journey Foundation

The 2012 Eco teams came together over the summer for yet another good cause. Eco Insulation and its representatives fully support the Journey Foundation's mission to help better the lives of today's youth. In brief: "The Journey Foundation believes that every young man and young woman is blessed with special gifts and talents. Our unique, research-based program immerses participants in experiential outdoor learning opportunities that allow youth to discover individual talents, build teamwork, develop leadership and realize their individual worth. Our outdoor adventure programs are carefully supervised, sufficiently challenging and uniquely awesome."

Check more out about their program at:

Pictured here is Kyle Tresner, President and Executive Director of the Journey Foundation, with the owners of Eco Insulation.

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Helping Hands Fargo Flood Clean-Up

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During the summer of 2011, the midwest, including Minot, North Dakota were devastated with major flooding.  These floods compromised many commercial and residential areas, as well as farmland and basic public infrastructure.  

The representatives from Eco Insulation teamed up with Mormon Helping Hands to repair flood-damaged homes.  Out of 4,100 homes, 3,200 had at least two meters of water on their main floors.  The team worked one area at a time, tearing down walls and insulation down to the studs.  The devastation to the Minot families was tragic, but the team was able to alleviate some of that pain and restore some order back in the victims' lives.

To find out more about Mormon Helping Hands and the projects they are helping with currently, please visit their website.