Q.Wood by Quick.Step Eco Friendly-Sustainable Floors
Quick.Step Hardwood Eco Friendly Sustainable Floors
Q-Wood Flooring provides a simple way for customers to do their part environmentally when they pick this collection for their new flooring. Other brands may speak of being green, Q-Wood puts their words into action by leading environmentally in every single step of the procedure. They continually search for new methods to recycle, lower, reuse, recover, and renew by picking renewable resources to stop any extra urea-formaldehyde. Customers can trust their new Q-Wood hardwood floors to be both alluring in their houses and to protect the environment around them. For more information, go to woodwudy.com.
The Q-Wood brand is a leader in the industry and takes the Lacey Act extremely serious. They stick to the conditions of the expanded Lacy Act so that customers can rest assured they are getting floors that comply with the most rigorous wood sourcing standards. Woodwudy Wholesale Flooring has more information for those who are interested.
Their construction method has patented Purebond Technology. Purebond is a new method replacing urea-formaldehyde which was utilized in the past in the construction of composite wood commodities. Since they use Purebond Technology, they have stopped formaldehyde emissions related with UF adhesives in their hardwood floors. This means that formaldehyde emissions are reduced for improved indoor air quality for any house. For more information, go to woodwudy.com.
Appalachian Hardwood Verified Sustainable
Q-Wood flooring commodities are verified AHMI, Verified Sustainable. In the eastern United States, the Appalachian hardwood area has more than 65.4 million acres and contains some of the best hardwood species. The AHMI has certified information from the U.S. Forest Service that lumber taken from the Appalachian hardwood area is able to satisfy current needs and not accept lower standards for the future. If you need more information, go to woodwudy.com. The Appalachian Hardwood Forest is:
- For every one tree taken, an average of 2.29 trees are grown in its place.
- With more than 65 million acres, grows in 12 states in the eastern United States.
Q-Wood has gained the FloorScore certification for indoor air quality by completing the most strict examinations in the world. FloorScore falls in line with CHPS Section 01350, which was put forth by the California Office of Environmental Health Hazard Assessment and the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). The U.S. GreenBuilding Council takes FloorScore verified commodities as long as they go along with LEED Green Building Rating Systems for low-emitting materials.
WE KNOW THE SCORE.
Every one of their laminate and engineered wood commodities have been examined by an independent laboratory and given the FloorScore verification built on the CDPH Standard Method v1.1. In other words, Quick-Step commodities will not let out any dangerous VOC’s into a living area. Woodwudy Wholesale Flooring has more information for customers who are interested.
WE MAKE ALL OF OUR FLOORS TO BE SAFE FOR THE ENVIRONMENT BOTH INSIDE YOUR HOME AND OUT.
Q-Wood floors are created specifically for the families that will live with them not just for houses, therefore we ensure that they are safe. A lot of questions arose about the safety of laminate and wood floors from the latest report from 60 Minutes in regards to the flooring sourced from China by a national retailer. We are going to address the questions that were brought up because they relate to our Q-Wood laminate and wood commodities. Customers who need more information, please contact Woodwudy Wholesale Flooring.
- IS THE WOOD AND LAMINATE FLOORS THAT Q-WOOD SELLS IN THE U.S.?
Every single commodity produced by Q-Wood has been examined in accordance with California Air Resources Board’s (CARB) Airborne Toxic Control Measure (ATCM) 93120 Title 17, California Code of Regulations, and satisfies the CARB Phase 2 requirements.
- WHAT IS THE CALIFORNIA AIR RESOURCES BOARD (CARB) AND ITS IMPORTANCE?
The California Air Resources Board is an organization that monitors everything dealing with air quality in California. It is made up of a collection of experts in different fields relating to air quality and considered the forefront of air quality on a national level.
- WHAT IS THE CARB STANDARD FOR AIR QUALITY?
California made a standard and started to implement lowering the formaldehyde emissions from composite wood commodities and finished goods that have composite wood commodities that are for sale, sold, used, supplied, or produced for sale in California. Even though formaldehyde happens naturally in all wood, too much of it is dangerous for humans when resins and glues have high levels of formaldehyde are used to make laminate core board and plywood for engineered wood flooring. If you need more details on CARB, visit ww2.arb.ca.gov/
- HOW WERE THESE PRODUCTS TESTED?
Every single one of Q-Wood production facilities and suppliers of core board laminate and the plywood for engineered wood has been checked and samples unsystematically picked for examination by an independent Third Party Ceritfier approved by CARB. As a result of the findings by independent Third Party Certifiers, every one of Q-Wood laminate flooring and engineered wood flooring is Phase 2 as established by CARB’s ATCM 93120 and fall in line with the law. Q-Wood continuously inspects to make sure every one of the certifications are up to date and that all CARB standards are being satisfied.
WE SHARE THIS PLANET.
We are extremely serious about our expectations and frequently make sure that we are completely in cooperation with all regulatory standards along with our own stringent environmental requirements. Your pleasure and well-being are our top concern and we will go on working to keep high standards for all our commodities.
MADE IN THE U.S.A.We are making the best quality floors and jobs right here in America, so you can experience positivity about your decision in flooring.