We manufacture locally in Los Angeles from sustainable materials. We meet or exceed environmental regulations in California, the national leader in clean environmental policy. Our business ethic supports all parties involved: customers, employees, suppliers and our community. This may not be the case with products made by companies that don't share our values or our focus. The price of our work reflects the actual cost of sourcing in a responsible manner and building to last.
LEEDOur reclaimed and eco-friendly materials can generate LEED points for your project. For example, wine oak is 100% industrial by-product. It is possible to use them to improve a LEED rating for ID + C. We offer recycled and salvaged wood, non-toxic finishes, certified woods, rapidly renewable resources and source NAUF plywoods. Our products may also earn extra points if you are within 500 miles of our lumber sources and our shop. LEED points vary according to location and are reviewed and approved by the USGBC.
Richard Nixon proposes and signs an executive order to for U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.
The Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) is established
USGBC (U.S. Green Building Council founded in 1995) develops the first LEED rating system
Urban salvage diverts valuable lumber from landfills and makes beautiful furniture