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Q.E.P.'s engineered wood flooring is now FloorScore certified.

Q.E.P’s engineered wood flooring has now joined the list of certified products that meet the indoor air quality qualifications of FloorScore.

FloorScore is a voluntary, independent certification program that tests and certifies hard surface flooring and its component materials to ensure they comply with stringent indoor air quality emissions. The FloorScore program was developed by the Resilient Floor Covering Institute with certification audits conducted by SCS Global Services, a third-party certification company.

According to the company, every one of Q.E.P’s engineered wood flooring products that carry the FloorScore certification meets the indoor quality emissions criteria of LEEDv4, CHPS, the Green Guide for Health Care, as well as other healthy building programs.

"This certification is just another step in differentiating Q.E.P’s products from the competition, by providing healthier, cleaner air inside your work and home environments," said Renee Tester, product marketing and technical services manager. “Choosing a product with the FloorScore logo assures you that your new flooring contributes to good indoor air quality."

For more information, visit qepcorporate.com.