More stories about Wood

  • Senate Bill Would Establish Formaldehyde Ceilings for Composite Wood Products

    Modeled after CARB regulations, the Formaldehyde Standards for Composite Wood Act would limit formaldehyde levels, require third-party certification.

  • Ecolife Wood Stabilizer System From Viance

    Ecolife is a nonmetallic preservative plus wood stabilizer system that offers long-term protection against decay and termites and provides weathering protection to reduce cracking, warping, and splitting in above-ground applications. The manufacturer says Ecolife is no more corrosive to fasteners...

  • New Resource Bank / San Francisco

    As the nation’s first commercial green bank, New Resource Bank offers special loan programs to green developers and finances residential and commercial solar installations.

  • Program Provides Legal Standard

    Tropical Forest Foundation has instituted a program to assist with independent auditing to confirm tropical-wood products for sale in the U.S. meet legal requirements.

  • Veneer Wrap From Contact Industries

    Contact Industries’ veneer wrap is available in a variety of options, including cherry, alder, sapele, teak and others.

  • Product Review: Decking

    A guide to eco-friendly options among wood, composite, and plastic decking.

  • Seattle Home Promotes Sustainable Living

    Jeff and Salena Gallo not only feel good about their decision to build green, they also feel better physically. Salena has asthma and both had been plagued by allergies for years, yet after moving into their new sustainable home in Minneapolis, they no longer needed to take the medications they...

  • Siding Has Recycled-paper Base

    KlipTech has introduced EcoClad exterior cladding for commercial and residential applications.

  • Accoya Wood From Titan Wood Limited

    Titan Wood Limited’s Accoya wood is suited for exterior applications where performance and appearance are valued.

  • Western Red Cedar Shingles From Cedar Valley Manufacturing

    Cedar Valley Manufacturing has introduced the 7 1/8-inch (181-mm) exposure to its coastal line of shingle panels that are handcrafted with 1/2-inch- (13-mm-) thick butt-mixed grain Western Red Cedar shingles.