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Fossil of ammonite in limestone next to feet in flip flops at the ocean

Why is Lime Still Important?

November 16, 2020

What do you think of when you hear the word “lime?” Do you think of little green fruit, used in margaritas?  Or maybe an illness transported by mosquitos? That’s not the kind of lime we’re talking about.  We’re talking about the versatile mineral, the building block of construction and human progress that is a fundamental […]

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A limestone quarry with machines

Building Lime materials yield negative carbon footprint

March 4, 2020

Unlike cement, lime mortars and its related products re-absorb carbon dioxide emissions during the production process and continue to recarbonate CO2 over its in-use phase, creating a complete life cycled, closed-loop process, resulting in negative-zero (-2%) carbon emissions.

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Picture of Medieval Castle on a lake

Build your own Castle

November 27, 2019

Building with CEB and BioLime yields endurable architecture that is made to last through time and sustain the elements.

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Large waves crashing against buildings

The Westindian Heritage

June 4, 2019

Caribbean historical architecture used natural limestone masonry. Today, limestone is the only building material that has stood the test of time.

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Why BioLime?

February 28, 2019

BioLime has been pioneering American made Lime Plaster & Stucco in the U.S. since 2007. While Portland cement and synthetic stucco has proven to cause serious problems in building architecture – BioLime provides the solution.

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Sunset at Pompeii

The Coming Stucco-Pocalypse

January 31, 2019

How can you take a system with thousands of years of history and screw it up? Easy. Keep improving it until it does not work. Babylonians used it. Egyptians used it. Greeks used it. Romans used it. Everyone used it…and everyone uses it. But it sure has changed and what we put it over sure has changed.

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