The air we breathe and the quality of floors in the home should be worry free. It’s important to us that our products and partners are of the highest quality. We adhere to a rigorous supplier qualifying process with third party testing to ensure quality meets or exceeds regulatory requirements. We take on the hard work so your decision making is easy.
Our safe and sustainable products are happily made with
the earth in mind.
the earth in mind.
CARB PHASE 2
Our products are third party, independently tested for harmful levels of formaldehyde emissions sometimes found in composite wood products. All of our engineered hardwood floors are CARB Phase 2 compliant. To learn more about CARB and airborn toxin control measure (ACTM) regulations, visit www.arb.ca.gov
CRI GREEN LABEL PLUS
We are the higher standard in quality carpet and cushion. Indoor air quality is top of mind so we ensure our carpet and cushion products are Green Label Plus certified. This quality testing certification established by the CRI sets the criteria for harmful volatile organic compound (VOCs) emission levels. For more information about Green Label Plus and The Carpet and Rug Institute, visit www.carpet-rug.org
The world’s forests are important to us. Our hardwood products are sourced responsibly. We take this stuff serious so prequalifying our suppliers’ harvest practices is as equally important. To understand more about Lacey Act and impact of its importance to the flooring industry, visit www.aphis.usda.gov
Need Green? Earn points on some products that qualify for LEED® credits based on materials flooring is made from. Recycled or renewable content can contribute to MR (Material and Resources) credits, while VOCs (volatile organic compound) content compliance can earn IEQ (Indoor Environmental Quality) credits. For full details about LEED®, or Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design, visit: www.usgbc.org/leed
Breathe easy in a worry-free home knowing our products are FloorScore® certified; guaranteed to meet or exceed low emission standards, will not adversely affect indoor air quality, and has passed a third-party certification process.