More stories about Formaldehyde-Free Products

  • Frameless Cabinets from Woodharbor

    Woodharbor. CastPointe frameless cabinetry is crafted with Environmentally Preferred Products made from 100% recycled material and compliant with California CARB regulations for formaldehyde emissions. The cabinetry is available with a low-VOC, formaldehyde-free topcoat available in 38 spray stain...

  • Formaldehyde-Free Flooring from Smith and Fong

    Smith and Fong. Sideways, the company’s first line of engineered hardwood flooring, is available in indigenous American species of maple, beech, birch, cherry, and hackberry. The pre-finished flooring is urea formaldehyde–free, California Section 01350–compliant, and FSC-certified. The click-lock...

  • Arizona State University and University of Arizona Team Up for Bioscience Research

    Two rival Arizona universities work together to build the Biomedical Collaborative #1 in Phoenix, designed by SmithGroup.

  • ASHRAE HQ a Living Lab for Monitoring

    Outfitted with the latest monitoring and control technology, the ASHRAE Headquarters provides a glimpse into the future of smart buildings.

  • Affordably Sustainable in Portland

    Helensview Heights is all about sustainability, but far more than just the stuff you can feel, touch, or tack onto a house.

  • studio26 homes Strikes NAHB Gold With Super-Efficient Pennsylvania Home

    Partnership with IBACOS and Building America help family-run builder tackle energy performance.

  • Bamboo Flooring From Plyboo

    Smith & Fong Co., manufacturer of Plyboo bamboo architectural plywood and flooring, has had its products certified by the Forest Stewardship Council.

  • Solid Bamboo Flooring From EcoTimber

    EcoTimber’s Solid Bamboo Flooring is made with a formaldehyde-free adhesive that does not offgas.

  • Shelter Earns Green Certification

    Beyond the savvy environmental nature of the structure, the Katherine K. Hanley Family Shelter in Fairfax, Va., offers safety and hope.

  • Lessons From a New York Home

    Less than 10 miles (16 km) away from the setting of the historic 1943 novel, A Tree Grows in Brooklyn, architect Paul Gleicher and his wife Lisa Sharkey completely renovated their 19th century, 4-story Romanesque Revival brownstone. Remodeled with the help of Good Housekeeping magazine and the...