CREATING A GREENER PLANET
Climate change is harming our planet and deforestation in one of the largest contributers.
To help combat this we have partnered with (more:trees) so that with every cabinet order, a tree is planted in one of several areas across the globe to restore healthy forests and reduce extreme poverty.
By planting trees, we help offset emissions while providing co-benefits such as water filtration, shelter, food sources, poverty alleviation and biodiversity.
However, replanting trees isn't the only way we are trying to keep our carbon footprint as small as possible...
Using sustainable materials.
All of our MDF, Birch Ply, Oak and Pine materials are responsibly sourced from forests that are sustainable managed to maintain biodiversity, social and economic benefit and carry with them FSC and PEFC certificates as well as being CARB2 compliant.
To add to this, all of our packaging materials are recyclable, however, please check with your local collection service to see if they are accepting LDPE plastic items for recycling.
Preserving our forests.
The FSC label ensures sustainable forest management. This guarantees that the forest is managed sustainably, with protection of biodiversity, and that the operation is socially and economically beneficial to local communities.
The forestry practices used are carefully reviewed to protect the diversity of fauna and flora and ensure forest conservation over the long term.
Long lasting furniture.
Our cabinetry is designed and built to stand the test of time by using premium grade materials as well as fixings that can be re-used, so if you want to relocate your cabinet either to a different room or house, it can easily be disassembled and reassembled.
With our materials also being very versatile, repairing any damages that may occur over the years is easy with some sanding and/or filling to further increase the longevity of your piece of furniture.
Reducing our carbon emissions.
Our office and workshops are partially run by using solar energy from the several solar panels located on our property.
By 2025, we aim for at least 80% of our energy consumption to be supplied from renewable energy sources to further push ourselves forward to becoming 100% carbon neutral.