Leading the way by constantly seeking new ways to recycle, reduce, reuse, recover and renew.
A lot of companies talk about being green. At Quick•Step® laminate
flooring, we’re making the effort to do what’s best. For our customers,
our business, our industry – and our planet.
When sourcing materials, we select renewable, fast-growing southern
pine exclusively for our U.S.-produced core boards. Seventy-four percent
of our U.S.-produced laminate boards are made of pre-consumer
(post-industrial) wood waste. And not one exotic tree is harvested from
the rainforest to create our beautiful exotic laminate floors.
During manufacturing, our rejected laminate flooring products are
integrated into our chipboard factory, reused by third-party
manufacturers or burned to serve as heat for the laminate process –
rather than going to a landfill. Wood waste from manufacturing is used
as bio-mass fuel for heating our factories.
Our patented locking system eliminates the introduction of VOC’s
typically associated with installation adhesives. All Quick•Step®
laminate wood flooring and laminate tile flooring manufactured after
January 1, 2009 are California 93120 Phase 1 compliant for formaldehyde
Demand The NALFA Certification Seal
We say choose the laminate flooring that is rigorously tested, proven
by a third-party facility and guaranteed to be of the highest quality.
But we don’t expect you to take our word for it. That’s why we have the
NALFA Certification Seal. The Certification Seal proves that our floors
passed 10 very demanding performance tests. In addition, our floors
comply with all CARB (California Air Resource Board) requirements. We
offer the industry’s best quality laminate flooring available. Not
because we say so, but because the NALFA Certification Seal proves it.
When you’re ready for a change, you simply unclick, remove and reuse
our laminate floors – in another room, another home or give it away to a
I highly do NOT recommend SD flooring! The countertops were installed and were two completely different colors! It’s been months trying to get it fixed. They have no customer service, are highly unreliable and we are extremely disappointed! - By Alyssa W
I had a good experience with SD Flooring Center & Design. I had done work with them about 6 months ago they offered some good quality products. Most recently, there was a little change on the pricing, but everything else was definitely great. Overall, I enjoyed the customer-friendly staff and they were very easy to work with. They offer good quality products and I'm happy to be a customer for them. - By Jeff F
I did not like the wood flooring that they delivered to me, I tried to refuse it but they had unloaded it before they brought in a sample for me to approve. I was charged an extra 1.00 per square foot for water proofing that they didn't apply. The carpet that they installed has stretched out so I will need to hire someone to re-stretch it. The wood flooring is thin and is wearing out. Overall awful experience. - By Suzanne C