Sustainability


Kerfkore Company supports the use of sound environmental policies and understands the importance of being a good corporate citizen. We believe our environment is critical to our well-being and it is important to contribute. We are FSC Certified (License # C008429). Many of our products are available with this FSC Certification.

Most of our products are created from naturally grown forest products that are renewable, sustainable, and carbon-retaining materials. The majority of our products contain a low VOC content and are made from reclaimed and recycled materials and contain no added formaldehyde. Our objective is to create renewable resources that can have a positive impact on our environment and also help you achieve some of the qualifications needed for the USGBC’s LEED certification program. Kerfkore products are manufactured in the United States.

CARB: As of January 1, 2009, Kerfkore Company's products comply with CARB (California Air Resources Board) regulations.

LEED is the nationally accepted benchmark for the design, construction and operation of high performance green buildings. LEED gives building owners and operators the tools they need to have an immediate and measurable impacton their buildings' performance.

FSC Certification: It is with great pleasure to announce our Forest Stewardship Council License # FSC-C008429 for FSC mix credit products which are available upon request. Kerfkore Company believes "Providing responsibly managed products to our clients should not be a luxury, it should be standard practice".


See FSC Certificate here

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“While we have made curved pieces with bending board and veneers previously this was our first attempt at building something with this kind of shape. I found the kerfkore to be easier to work with than I expected. I don't know if I could have or would have wanted to build this the old way. We did additional supports inside which I understand is overkill with kerfkore. I would feel comfortable doing more shapes with kerfkore in the future.”
Bryan Eads, The Bookcase Place of Richmond, Inc.