Custom Building Products updates its formula for LevelQuik

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Seal Beach, Calif.—Custom Building Products has upgraded its formula for LevelQuik Self-Leveling Underlayments including LevelQuik RS, for rapid setting applications and LevelQuik ES, with extended setting properties.

“In recent years, Custom’s research and development team took a special interest in creating new advances in leveler chemistry to upgrade the formulas for these industry leading products,” said Eric Carr, director of construction channel marketing. “The result is outstanding performance, easy handling and a smooth finish time after time. It’s everything tile contractors have come to expect from LevelQuik and more.”

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