Woden Flooring was founded by a family business working in wood industry for decades. The family supplies North American, Russian, and European hardwood logs and extends their business into the world of flooring industry with Woden Flooring, an innovative manufacturer and distributor of fine hardwood flooring in GTA. Woden Flooring prides itself in treating each of our clients like an old beloved friend.
We offer extraordinary products and exceptional service to our clients. Our relentless dedication to knowledge, expertise, and innovation contribute a true desire to better serve our clients in all ways.
Woden Flooring Difference
Our mantra at Woden Flooring is to give our clients effortless access to high-quality products across Canada. For many years our family traveled the globe buying logs in finding the best materials and remain passionately committed to seeking out the best flooring products as our industry evolves. Our factory uses environmental free floor paint. We are committed to sourcing superior flooring products that transform your design ideas into inspired spaces.
Test Report of Formaldehyde & VOC
Formaldehyde is a volatile organic compound (VOC) that is commonly found in the indoor air of homes. Health Canada's recommended long-term exposure limit to protect against respiratory symptoms in children with asthma (50 μg/m3) Average level in Canadian homes (10-40 μg/m3). The headspace concentrations of two formaldehyde Woden Flooring samples were determined to be 0.3 ug/g, which is NOT considered elevated.
Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs) are a large group of chemicals that are found in many products we use to build and maintain our homes. For VOC analysis, the major compound detected in Woden Flooring's samples is acetic acid, which is abundant in natural hardwoods due to the hydrolysis of acetyl group esters in the hemicellulose and emitted especially during the drying of wood. The test report of Woden Flooring's samples shows that the VOCs detected in Woden Flooring's samples does NOT include formaldehyde, benzene, xylenes, and etc.
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