Healthy Indoor Air Quality with Reclaimed Wood
Centennial Woods’ reclaimed wood paneling achieved GREENGUARD Certification and is scientifically proven by United Laboratories to meet the world’s most rigorous, third-party chemical emissions standards to help reduce indoor air pollution and the risk of chemical exposure. Additionally, Centennial Woods indoor planks are GREENGUARD Gold Certified – this standard is even more rigorous, and includes health-based criteria for additional chemicals and also requires lower total VOC emissions levels to ensure that products are acceptable for use in environments such as schools and healthcare facilities. Learn More
Centennial Woods exclusively recycles boards from Wyoming snow fences. Snow fences are 12 feet tall and can be up to 1 mile long and are used to direct heavy snow away from roadways, highways, and interstates. The boards are exposed to the elements, above ground, in the high plains and mountain areas of the Rockies. Unlike barn wood, Centennial Woods’ reclaimed wood boards have a naturally low moisture content, are carbon-negative, and free of insects and chemicals like lead.
Sustainable Credits and Ratings for Reclaimed Wood
GREENGUARD Gold Certification applies to the following:
- 2015 International Green Construction Code
- 2018 International Green Construction Code
- ASHRAE 189.1 2014
- LEED v4 – Building Design & Construction
- LEED v4 – Interior Design & Construction
- LEED v4 O+M: Existing Buildings
- LEED v4.1 O+M: Existing Building
- NAHB Green Building Standard 2015
- US EPA Recommendations for Federal Purchasing
Ask us how our reclaimed wood can help your project meet its goals for Indoor Air Quality today!