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Sustainability with Screenwood

Meeting Green Star requirements, Screenwood ensures great design is also sustainable design.

Sustainability with Screenwood


September 12th, 2013

By sourcing timber from sustainably managed forests, Screenwood provides a high quality, environmentally conscious product.


Specifier: Maxwell Penhey

Popular for their aesthetic and acoustic performance, Screenwood linear timber panels now meet Green Star requirements with certified timbers and low VOC coatings. Gaining PEFC accreditation in 2012, Screenwood offers certified Western Red Cedar, Hemlock and Hoop Pine as standard specification, with others upon request.


Specifier: Christiansen O’Brien

All finishes for interior applications are water based and nontoxic, with no adhesives used in the production of Screenwood Systems, allowing the product to be recycled at the end of its life.


Specifier: ODCM

Hero Image Specifier: ArkLAB




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