What CARB Compliance Means for Wood Flooring

What CARB Compliance Means for Wood Flooring

In 2010, CARB released Phase 2 of its Airborne Toxic Control Measure, also known as CARB2. This rule revolves around formaldehyde emissions in products that included hardwood plywood, particleboard, and medium-density fiberboard. Exposure to formaldehyde can lead to short-term and long-term health problems. CARB2 compliance ensures a wood flooring product, such as laminate or engineered hardwood, contains minimal amounts of formaldehyde. When you choose CARB2-compliant flooring, such as the USA-made engineered hardwood flooring at From the Forest, you choose a product that is well within CARB’s strict safety regulations. CARB2-compliant products preserve your home’s air quality and prevent detrimental health effects.

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