EcoTimber sells Sustainable Wood Flooring made from Furniture Scaps
EcoTimber Poplar Wood Flooring from Recycled Furniture Scraps is a great product for a Green Remodel
If you’re looking to green your life while remodeling your house, you know that putting in new flooring is not only expensive, but also not very eco-friendly. With the plastics used in carpeting and linoleum and the carbon footprint created by the manufacturing of all new flooring products, it could be one of the biggest difficulties to overcome. However, a new advancement is making redoing your floors a bit easier on the planet.
A sustainable wood flooring product by EcoTimber is now being created from scraps of poplar wood from the furniture industry. Combined with resin and compressed under high pressure, this wood flooring is durable, beautiful and - best of all - one of the most environmentally friendly on the market: it was named one of Sustainable Industries’ “Top 10 Green Building Products of 2010.”
This amazing wood flooring is made without added urea-formaldehyde and meets the CARB 2012 formaldehyde standards with ease. It is LEED qualified for using at least 20% recycled content and low-emitting materials. As if that wasn’t enough, the wood flooring has a lifetime residential warranty and 25-year commercial warranty against construction defects.