Homestead Chooses Green
HOMESTEAD WOODWORKS is committed to offering our customers quality and value with innovative design and products that are evolving continually. The availability of green products and the demand for eco-friendly cabinetry coincides with our concern for the environment and the footprint we leave in this world. We want to make greener choices and live healthier lifestyles.
We are buying wood through reputable FSC sources and recycling all wood and finishing material waste. Homestead Woodworks is excited to offer a Green product line as an environmentally responsible alternative. We are offering formaldehyde-free plywood constructed cabinets by PUREBOND and durable water-based coatings by RENNER.
Our goal is to provide our clients with an affordable alternative without compromising quality and value.
The original cost-competitive decorative hardwood plywood without the added formaldehyde. PureBond® is Columbia Forest Products’ exclusive formaldehyde-free innovation for hardwood plywood manufacturing. Replacing traditional urea formaldehyde (UF) hardwood plywood construction with EPA award-winning, soy-based PureBond enables Columbia to eliminate any added urea formaldehyde from standard veneer core and NAUF composite hardwood plywood core panels. That’s great news for our employees, fabricators and final consumers who appreciate good indoor air quality
Considered to be one of the best water-based finishes on the market today, Renner, an Italian based company is a division of Renner Sayerlack, the largest wood coatings company in South America. Now distributing through Clancy’s Commercial in London Ontario, they offer water-based products with virtually no VOCs and with the look, feel and durability of solvent based finishes.
The Forest Stewardship Council was founded in 1993 by environmental groups, the timber industry, foresters, indigenous peoples and community groups from 25 countries to encourage the responsible management of the world’s forest.
An important chemical used widely by industry to manufacture building materials and numerous household products and a known carcinogen commonly found in adhesives and finishes now regulated in the wood industry.
Volatile Organic Compounds emit pollutants that contribute to smog, can cause lung and breathing disorders and they are part of our greenhouse gas emissions.
Whatever your reasons are for going green,
our goal is to meet your needs.
There are many more options available today to design
without losing luxury and style.