We take our shelf-space very seriously. Part of being responsible builders is making sure the products we sell live up to our high standards. We want you to know exactly what you’re bringing into your home. That’s why we score each of our products on health, performance, corporate responsibility and sustainability, giving you a better understanding of the materials you use to build.
We want to make sure that the products on the shelves are safe and don’t cause any adverse health effects. So we want to know:
The items we sell should have a low impact on the ecosystems they encounter. That’s why we ask questions like:
Excellence is one of our core values. So we want the products we sell to do what they were made to do and do it well. We ask companies:
We want to create a culture of companies that value people, communities and nature through responsible practices. To move toward that goal, we ask a lot of the companies we partner with:
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