Our Green Partners
For nearly half a century, Nordic has been creating quality products that preserve the environment by perpetuating forest sustainability. Nordic engineered wood products provide some of the most efficient use of wood fiber available.
INSULATION: Owens Corning®
EcoTouch™ Insulation’s use of renewable plant materials makes it the first fiberglass insulation to be certified by the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) as a bio-based product. It is also formaldehyde-free and meets stringent certification standards for indoor air quality.
Armstrong has a history of innovation and conservation of resources that dates back to 1909, when they first began recycling cork waste to make flooring materials. Today their environmentally friendly products combine beauty and durability with the latest in sustainable manufacturing.
Timberlake cabinetry is made from woods harvested in sustainable forests, primarily in the Appalachian Mountains. Timberlake was the first cabinetry product to be Green Approved by the NAHB Research Center as part of the NAHB Research Center National Green Building Certification.
FIXTURES & FAUCETS: Delta®
A pioneer in the advancement of performance standards for water-saving products, Delta Faucets, has developed several technologies that help promote water conservation. These stylish fixtures help reduce your water usage without compromising your comfort.
DuPont™ Tyvek® HomeWrap® features a unique, non-woven fiber structure that stops air and water movement through walls, giving your home improved energy efficiency and air quality.
Each AdvanTech product has been engineered for superior moisture resistance, strength and durability. Plus, they’re made from younger, smaller trees, which are more quickly replaced than older-growth trees required for making plywood.
SIDING: James Hardie®
James Hardie products combine sustainability and beauty and offer unmatched durability. Because they use raw materials that are extracted and processed near each plant, they reduce the carbon imprint of the manufacturing process.
MiraTEC Treated Exterior Composite trim combines the beauty of natural wood with the durability of an engineered product and modern sustainability practices—MiraTec doesn’t use old-growth wood. MiraTEC trim doesn’t delaminate, is moisture, rot and termite resistant and is backed by a 50-year limited warranty.
Our materials may change from time to time but our quality will not.