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I am trying to find as low a VOC wood floor as possible.

by LiveModern Webmaster last modified Jun 13, 2012 01:01 AM
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Hi- I am trying to find as low a VOC wood floor as possible . My install will be over a cement slab so I think engineered will probably be best. (and less toxic glue that way!) I am looking for an unfinished engineered floor with NO urea formaldehyde added in the glues for engineered wood etc. Then I think I'll top with Rubio Monocoat as I hear it is No VOC. Floating or click would be my first choice to avoid glues as well. Can you recommend a company that I can trust will sell me this kind of low VOC flooring ? How does my game-plan sound VOC-wise? Thanks so much!! Annie




 

 

Hi- I am trying to find as low a VOC wood floor as possible . My install will be over a cement slab so I think engineered will probably be best. (and less toxic glue that way!) I am looking for an unfinished engineered floor with NO urea formaldehyde added in the glues for engineered wood etc. Then I think I'll top with Rubio Monocoat as I hear it is No VOC. Floating or click would be my first choice to avoid glues as well. Can you recommend a company that I can trust will sell me this kind of low VOC flooring ? How does my game-plan sound VOC-wise? Thanks so much!! Annie

Annie,

A possibility for you could be found at Smith + Fong Co. They offer several click-together floors with no added formaldehyde that are 100% FSC certified.

Also, Bamboo Hardwoods, Inc...



 

 

 
 
 

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