Recycled Paper Countertops | Should I Install This In My Kitchen?

Today, we’re looking at some hard-surface countertop materials, specifically products made with recycled paper. Green Goods has two different companies, Richlite and Paperstone, that both have a product of FSC certified, recycled content.

 

The countertop is made up of thousands of sheets of paper put together with a proprietary binder which creates an incredibly hard surface as hard as stone. It originally came out as an exterior product because it doesn’t expand and contract with water. It’s very durable and is a similar material to skatelite (skateboard ramp material) which has also been used for exterior cladding on commercial buildings and in laboratories since it doesn’t absorb liquids.


Richlite

Richlite has the rain shadow product, which has exterior wall application, for places such as bathtub surrounds and backsplashes. It also can be used for bathroom vanities and kitchen countertops.

It can come in ⅛” to 1 ½” thickness and has the ability to be laminated, however a solid piece is preferred if you wish to use wood-working tools on it to create different edge styles.

As far as it’s durability, when we talk about solid surfaces for countertops, what we’re concerned about is staining, scratching, chipping, and cracks developing. This countertop is a very durable and will take very little staining once you apply it’s sealer. It does, however, get small scuffs here and there but it is possible to repair them by buffing them out and reapplying the sealer. It doesn’t chip or scratch and is so hard that you can’t even shoot a nail through it.


Paperstone

There’s also the Paperstone product, which has the same program as Richlite’s. They are known to be a little more environmentally friendly due to the FSC certification on everything they produce. They also have different color options in case Richlite doesn’t carry the color you want.


Overall

So when choosing a countertop from these two companies, they are very similar, just with some different options depending on what you are looking for when renovating. It’s a great product due to its waterproofing sealer and it’s durability for both interior and exterior.


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Oil v. Polyurethane | How Should I Finish My Hardwood Floors?

We’re going to look at the oil-finishes versus polyurethane finishes on hardwood flooring and paneling. Specifically, we’re going to talk about US Floor’s Castle Combe collection and their oil-finish.


Oil-Finish

When describing the oil-finish, we typically call it a European Floor finish just because it is more common as a floor finish across the Atlantic. When people think of oil floors, they think of wax and the possibility of redoing it once a year, but the technology related to oil-finishes has come a long way since then. Now, you’re not going to get the waxy build up in the seams, where you get extensive dirt like in a traditional oil floor.

It’s a one coat process where they apply it by buffing it in. The oil will then set in and has a chemical reaction with the top layer of the wood to harden it. While it does soak in, unlike a traditional finish, it will not continue to soak in year after year but instead build up on the top.

If you do get a scratch in the floor, like if a dog comes along with their nails, and the wood is exposed, it’s a lot easier to fix then a polyurethane floor. You don’t need to sand down the finish, instead you can come into those spots, buff them out to the degree you need to make the wood look more continuous and then put the oil down which will make the scratches all but disappear.

Water, wine, any liquid will puddle on top of the oil, meaning it will not penetrate the wood. With that being said, you’ll want to perform standard care and clean it up as soon as you can. You will have to recoat it, maybe not every year but it depends on how active your household is (every 2-3 years for a standard household).

The oil-finish is a one coat process since in the factory, US Floors UV cures it, which means it helps it cure harder and quicker. It is NVOC, an all-natural product so you don’t have the off-gassing.

Aesthetically, what you’re getting with an oil-finish floor is a handmade, natural looking product with a matte finish that allows you to see the warmth of the wood. A lot of the hardwoods are either wire-brushed or hand-huned.


Polyurethane Finish

One of the first things you’ll notice about the difference between the two is that the polyurethane finish has a sheen, whereas the oil-finish is matte and has a more rustic feel. The polyurethane finish looks very bright and is more common as a material than it’s oil-finished counterpart.

The original process for finishing hardwood was to install them, sand them, and then place three layers of finish on them. Most would come in either a semi-gloss or a matte finish, in which the semi-gloss would reflect more light and therefore a brighter floor. Now in the advent of floors, it makes it more affordable and quicker to install by having engineered floors that come prefinished.

Since the polyurethane is glossier than the oil-finish, scratches are more noticeable. If you do get a scratch on a board and you want to touch it up, you have to tape it off from the rest of the pieces, completely sand it down, and re-lay your finish. The one benefit of polyurethane over oil-finish is that you don’t have to refinish it every few years, as it’s finish is a one-time thing.


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Quartz Countertops | Q&A with Cambria Quartz

Join us for a Q&A with Alyssa Lins, one of Cambria Quartz’s Market Representatives, about the pros and cons of quartz countertops!


How is Quartz different from Granite?

               “Natural quartz is one of the hardest minerals on Earth, for superior durability and performance. Granite is only about 40% to 60% quartz, along with other softer minerals. With quartz, you get the look and feel of granite, but receive greater strength and the benefit of it being nonporous and maintenance free. Our product is stain resistant and never needs sealing or reconditioning. Granite is a porous stone and needs to be sealed regularly with a chemical treatment. It can absorb liquids and food, risking potential staining and bacterial growth within the countertop.”

Is it heat-resistant?

               “Natural stone surfaces can be damaged by sudden and/or rapid changes of temperature, especially near the edges, as well as direct and/or sustained heating of the top. Quartz may not withstand the direct transfer of heat from pots and pans and other cooking units such as electric frying pans and griddles, and some crock-pots or roaster ovens and heat lamps. Therefore, the use of a hot pad or trivet is always recommended to prevent heating the product.”

Are they suitable for the outdoors?

               “No, we do not recommend outside use.”

How far can you have an overhang before you need supports?

               “For a 2cm countertop, you can go 12″ on overhang and every 36″ across will need support. On a 3cm countertop, you can go 15″ on overhang and every 36″ across need support.”

How do the seams look with aligning veins and patterns in the quartz?

               “Quartz is a natural stone product that does require seams for any application longer than 121″ or wider than 54.5″. These seams are generally visible, but often less noticeable than a typical granite seam.”

Why are certain lines more expensive than others?

               “Certain quartz lines are more expensive depending on the quality of the quartz, origin of manufacturing and design innovation.”

What cleaners should you use to maintain them?

               “You should alway use warm water & soap, never bleach and abrasive powders or scrubs like Comet®, Soft Scrub®, or S.O.S.® pads as these can cause scratches and scuffs.”

What’s in currently in style?

               “White’s, greys and marbles. Matte, honed and leathered finishes are very popular as well.”


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Cork v. Carpet | Which One Should I Choose?

Cork v. Carpet, two products that are often compared to one and other because of their similar properties. Today, we’re comparing the two in terms of their environmental benefits, their aesthetic, and their durability.

 


Carpet

Nothing can be taken away from a beautiful, organic wool carpet. Carpets can have various backings, from a natural hemp jute to acrylic. Our nicer, more eco-friendly carpets do all natural products (such as the hemp jute) but at the same time, we need to fit everyone’s needs in terms of durability (where acrylic is preferred).

Carpets that have a lot of shag to them are going to bring in outside pollutants. Most of the pollutants you find in carpets are brought in from the outside. If you walk around a gas station, you can get chemicals on your shoes. If you go to various grocery stores, you pick up debris. When you go into your house and walk around on your carpet, all that debris goes into the fibers of the carpet. When we pull carpets and replace them, we find pounds of sand, dust, animal, etc. There are some ways to keep this from happening, such as putting carpets in your back bedroom areas and not wearing your shoes when you are walking on carpet.

In terms of material, with carpet you can either do a synthetic, recycled content or a bio-based carpet, as well as a hemp jute, seagrass, and cotton product.

With these plush carpets, nobody can get away from how beautiful and comfortable a natural wool product is. You can get carpets that are tighter and therefore have a higher rating of durability but they tend be rougher. So in terms of comparing that comfort with cork, wool will still be more accommodating than the softness of the cork. That being said, some people are carpet lovers, some not so much.


Cork

When we look at cork, you do get a cork backer that made from recycled content. It is very soft and has an HDF core with the cork on top. Cork is resilient in terms of durability and softness, such that you can take our fingers and push into the material and it bounces back. So you still get that softness similar to carpet, just without the plush and coziness of wool, however you still get a rather nice material.

In contrast to hardwoods, it’s softer, so animals and normal living variables (such as ware from walking traffic, etc.) have less of an effect on the cork because it’s consistency, meaning it doesn’t scratch.

If you have sunlight coming through the windows in the afternoon, it won’t pick up that heat. This means it wouldn’t be the best option for radiant floor heating but it’s a great option if you don’t want to overheat your house as it is an insulator.

Everyone has their own visual preference; the cork can look like a travertine tile but remain soft. It can look like a wood plank or it can look like cork as you’ve seen growing up.


Overall

From an aesthetic point of view, I find myself preferring carpets in back bedrooms, dens, places where the kids want to lay on the ground and play. Cork you typically find a lot more in your kitchens, where you do want a soft floor but not something that picks up debris like carpet does. Cork is wonderful in bathrooms if properly cared for. Same for dens and living rooms, so it’s a more versatile in terms of where you go just because of the trapment of carpet.

Both cork and carpet sold on our website come certified as healthy air quality products, either green guard certified or green guard plus carpets, so you can rest assured that you will buying a healthy and natural product.


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Marmoleum: Can I Install This In My Bathroom?

Is the Marmoleum Click CinchLOC collection practical for use in kitchens, bathrooms, or laundry rooms? In other words, how does it hold up in water-heavy areas?

Marmoleum itself is water-resistant; if you have a marmoleum product that is welded and glued down, water can sit on that product. Obviously you want to clean-up so any staining from wine and other minerals can be prevented.

With a marmoleum product, it is made from pine rosin and natural linseed oil, with a hemp jute backer and natural pigments. The HDF (High Density Fiberboard) core is not waterproof and what would be the main area of concern when considering water usage in a space. We also have what we call a Topshield™2 coating, which is put on after to provide a protective layer.

A benefit of the Click CinchLOC versus other floors is that you can lay this down easily, which in turn allows you to walk on it immediately after application, so there is no drying time or waiting time to go onto your floors. However, with these types of floors, there is a seam at every joint. And the questions are :

  • Where can it be installed?

  • If we have standing water, will it go into that seam and cause issues?

  • How can I protect my floor from water damage?


Bathrooms

In areas like bathrooms, you have to think about your own water-usage behavior. If you go into your bathroom and you’re pretty good about putting down your mats and cleaning up, you won’t see any issues. However, in a kid’s bathroom where maybe the shower door leaks water and/or they leave their towels on the floor, you can run into issues. So as it is water resistant, it cannot take longterm water intrusion at the joints.

Marmoleum also needs to have an open connection point where the floor meets the wall or any other vertical surface. This is because the floor needs space to expand and contract during its lifetime. Water can get in the spacing between the wall and floor and cause damage if not properly cleaned-up.

The Click CinchLOC has a bead of wax on the edges that allows water to stay away from it, but if it’s sitting on there long periods of time, it will find a way in. There are some opportunities with the marmoleum thought. One thing we can do is put down their marmoleum Topshield™2 sealer on top.

                “A best practice we get involved in with is that in water areas, we’ll run a bead of tight-bond wood glue at the joint, which prevents water from seeping in. When we’re done, we take the marmoleum sealer and we finish the whole floor so now we have a protective finish that covers the joints.”

                                – Mikel Robertson, Co-Owner of Green Goods


Kitchens

In kitchens, you don’t see a lot of issues with water. Marmoleum is actually really nice because you have the cork backer, which gives a little bit of a cushion for your feet and joints while working in the kitchen all day or just for a long evening when you’re having dinner guests. You typically don’t see as much water as we do in the bathrooms


Laundry Rooms

Laundry rooms are fine. If you have a sink or doing heavy laundry, again, what we’re worried about is heavy water behavior. Water and spills here and there are, you can clean those off. If you have the Topshield™2 sealer, the marmoleum itself is protected but you do have to be aware of the seams.


Overall

  • Marmoleum is water-resistant; the joints are not.

  • It’s great for low to non water-usage rooms, such as bedrooms, kitchens, offices, etc.

  • It’s an easy DIY, just lay it down and walk on it!

Like all of us, our joints are where we start to go first, and we just want to be diligent.  Marmoleum is a great product. It’s, a natural, hypo-allergenic material. It doesn’t get mites and some of the problems that carpets might get, so it’s a great product to use throughout your house. You just want to be diligent and understand of your water-usage behavior.

                “What I would say, is that it’s great for your kitchens, bedrooms, hallways, and offices, but you have to choose and potentially change your behavior in your bathrooms and laundry room. If you foresee a lot of standing water in these areas, whether you have to run out or if your kids are messy or incredibly active like all of ours are, marmoleum might not be the best application.”                    

                                – Mikel Robertson, Co-Owner of Green Goods

If the Click CinchLOC system doesn’t seem like the right choice for you, we suggest instead is going to Marmoleum solid material, that comes in 6.5’ wide and can be welded. We see this material in a lot of hotels, hospitals, places where you get a lot of action. It’s very durable and it meets healthy indoor air-quality standards.


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Your Guide to Our Green Leaf Doors

Looking for that piece that’s going to be the talk of the neighborhood? Something no one else is going to have? Let us give you some details and tips on how to spice up your home with our Green Leaf Doors.


With many environmental certifications under our belt, we can guarantee the “Green” aspect of our doors. The rapid renewability of bamboo, matched with it’s eco-friendly harvesting method which in turn prevents soil erosion, make it the perfect material for a sustainable door.

Just as well, our wood veneers are produced by EchoWood, a company that uses sustainable forestry practices to ensure the protection of the ecosystem. They also use all the materials harvested, to prevent waste from being put back into the environment.

                “Green Leaf doors are constructed of materials that have undergone third party independent certification to ensure that they are environmentally preferable products. These materials contribute to the US Green Building Council’s LEED certification program.

                These include contributions towards products that are of recycled content, rapidly renewable, agricultural reuse and healthy air quality. We will continue our efforts to utilize emerging technologies and materials that lower the impact our process and product may have on the environment.”

                                  – Mikel Robertson, Co-Owner of Green Leaf Doors


Haven’t been able to find that door that speaks to you? That represents your personal style? Well, Green Leaf Doors can work with you to create a one of a kind door that will make the whole neighborhood jealous! Our collections range from flush doors all the way to french and can feature one or multiple finishes.

We also have 15 unique wood veneers and 7 different bamboo finishes to choose from, which can be mixed and matched to create hundreds of combinations.


Want to see if the door looks good on your house? Well, no worries there! Green Leaf Doors has a one-of-a-kind, interactive door designer! Choose from any of our available collections and finishes to see what works best for you.

Check it out here!


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Top Flooring Choices for Pet-Lovers

As a pet lover, you probably know the struggles of finding durable and stylish flooring. As your design expert, let us help you with some tips on some great products and how to keep your flooring beautiful!

Top Flooring Choices for Pets


# 1 | Marmoleum

Forbo’s Marmoleum is known for its durability and being a great, eco-friendly alternative to vinyl flooring. All their marmoleum products are protects with their Topshield™ finish, which makes it easy to simple wipe away any messes your little critter might leave behind. It is also made from all natural materials, so it’s safe to install and for both you and your companion!

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# 2 | Oil-Finished Hardwoods

Looking for a more rustic look? US Floors Castle Combe Collection is a great option for those who want hardwood flooring without the mess. The oil-finish helps protect your floors from sunlight and are easier to repair than their UV-finish counterparts. If a portion of the flooring gets ruined, a simple 3-step process will do the trick. Sand it down, re-stain it, and re-oil it!

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Your Guide to Green Design + Contemporary Style

Looking for new and beautiful ways to upgrade your living space? Come join US Floors and Green Leaf Doors for some design pointers to help elevate your style game!

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Wall Paneling  |  Castle Combe Original Relic Series by US Floors

Accent Wall  |  Plaster in Wild Horse Smoke by American Clay

Rustic + Modern = Contemporary

Bring some new and old design features, such as pairing the US Floors Castle Combe collection, which feature stunning hardwoods, with American Clay in a beautiful gray tone. The richness of the hardwood is balanced out elegantly with the modern touch of the clay. The Castle Combe collection can be used as wall paneling, which adds that rustic charm to the space!

                “Castle Combe Original Relic Series in Sodbury is a great choice, because you have the option to pair it with the Sevington color on the same installation. Those two choices are the same color and dye lot, but with unique characteristics in each color.

Sodbury has a combination of hand-carved fissures, brushing, hand-scraping, and a number of stains to make a rich and rustic appearance. Sevington features split planks with random insertions of wooden peg inlays and diagonal cuts. Sevington will mirror the essence of a floor reclaimed from a 19th century storehouse or a historic colonial estate.

Using a mixture of both Sodbury and Sevington allows for the customer to have wooden peg inlays more prominent throughout the floor (more Sevington used), or a subtle placement of wooden peg inlays spread throughout the floor (more Sodbury used).”

                                  – Ryan Burns, Territory Sales Manager for US Floors


Sliding Door  |  Horizontal Three Panel in Vertical Grain Amber from Green Leaf Doors

Organic + Edgy = Contemporary

Adding a modern door to contemporary interior can help bring elegance and simplicity to a room. Using bamboo accents throughout the room can present an organic and homey atmosphere, while stainless steel and chrome finishes will bring an edgy and chic edge.

“Green Goods proudly manufactures our own brand of modern interior doors. Green Leaf Doors are inherently green, exotic in nature and rich in design. Combining beauty with exceptional durability, our doors offer an architectural design element that is timeless and unique.

Doors are available in bamboo and FSC Echowood veneers including fir, white oak, walnut, teak, cherry and other exotic and unique woods. Collections include contemporary flush doors with metal inlays, traditional stile and rail doors, french doors and our one of kind Designer Collection.”

– Mikel Robertson, Co-Owner of Green Leaf Doors


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Green Building Design + Net Zero Energy Construction are great techniques for creating dwellings with healthier interior environmentsand to reduce the carbon footprint of our homes.

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Green Building is a holistic approach to architectural design and construction. These Green Buildings along with being extremely efficient; are stunning and beautifully designed.

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Designworks – Winters CA – American River House

Green building starts with passive solar design which uses
straw bale structures or prefabricated buildings, along with photovoltaic
systems or wind turbines to lower the carbon footprint.

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Passive solar design analyzes the project site to find the
best orientation for the building and the windows with reference to the path of
the sun on the site. This positioning of the building allows the sunlight to
come into the windows in the winter months to warm the house, and shades the window in the summer months to keep the home cooler during that time of year.

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The goal of Green Building Design is to create Net Positive Energy from the structure and its systems. Typical buildings use more than half of the electricity production and create nearly 60% of the CO2 that is emitted into
the atmosphere. By using passive solar design, solar power, wind power and geothermal heat pumps we can greatly reduce the amount of carbon emission created by typical buildings.

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Homeowners, builders and designers, by using sustainable and or recycled building materials, can create healthier interior environments while using less energy and resources. There are many architects that have been designing green buildings to help lighten our carbon footprint and use fewer resources. In our outreach, we have gotten to know quite a few of these awesome
designers.

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To learn more about Green Building Design, sustainable
building and green interior design products visit our Green Goods online showroom at greengoodsusa.com. We carry sustainable flooring, carpeting, countertops, cabinets and Green Leaf Doors. We have personal product specifiers to help you select the eco-friendly building products for your next project. Give us a call at (866) 254 9494 or email us at contact@greengoodsusa.com.

Written by Mikel Robertson, Co-founder
of Green Goods, Inc.

#design #architect

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What Castle Combe Hardwood Flooring can do to enhance the beauty Your Home.

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We at Green Goods are having
a Huge Fall 2016 Sale on USFloors Castle Combe Hardwood flooring. Castle
Combe Hardwood Floors are beautiful, long lasting and natural hardwoods that
will add character and warmth to your home or office.

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Green Goods will be happy to help you chose USFloors –
Castle Combe Flooring that is right for your home or business. Give us a call
at 866 254 9494 or email us at contact@greengoodsusa.com.

Castle Combe Floors are beautifully aged and handcrafted
using FSC® 100% certified sustainable hardwoods.

These fine wood floors comply with the Lacey Act and with
the CARB Phase 2 formaldehyde emissions standards.

This certifies that Castle Combe Hardwood Flooring will not
off gas unhealthy VOC emissions into your home.

Green Goods is proud
to carry the US Floors Castle Combe collection of oil finished hardwood
flooring.

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Castle
Combe West End – Fitzrovia

SKU:
7013BP302

MSRP
Price: $8.78 /Sq Ft – Your Current SALE Price: $6.74 /Sq Ft

Castle Combe Floors
provide the look and feel of an ancient, reclaimed wood floor and combines
these rustic features with the modern performance of a 21st century engineered
floor.

Castle Combe floors will
not only beautify your floors, they can also be used as wall paneling to give
your home a gorgeous natural look.

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Castle
Combe West End – Beckton

SKU:
7013BP304

MSRP
was $8.78 /Sq Ft – Your Current SALE Price $6.74 /Sq Ft

Castle
Combe Floors are available in four choices; the Grande, the Originals, the West
End and the Artisan to match your needs and meet your budget.

The Grande, as the
name implies, comes in the largest planks, 10.25 inches x 9.16 feet, with the
highest price point. The other three choices come in 7.5 inches x 6.25 feet
planks. The Originals are more affordable than the Grande and the West End has
a nice midrange price range. The Artisan floors are the most affordable
flooring of the Castle Combe line.

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Castle Combe West End
– Holborn



SKU: 7013BP303 

MSRP was $8.78 /Sq Ft – Your Current SALE Price $6.74 /Sq Ft

The Castle
Combe West End comes in twelve new hardwood styles with a wide range of
choices, from natural oaks and white wash to darker browns and grays for either
a rustic or modern look. All the styles of Castle Combe Floors accentuate the
natural characters of these beautiful hardwoods.

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Castle
Combe West End – Paddington

SKU:
7013BP309

MSRP was
$8.78 /Sq Ft – Your Current SALE Price $6.74 /Sq Ft

You will love the comfort and beauty that our Castle
Combe collection will bring into your home or office. You
can take advantage of Green Goods Huge Sale on USFloors Castle Combe Flooring by visit our online
Green Goods showroom at greengoodsusa.com. You can also contact us at (866) 254
9494 and at contact@greengoodsusa.com.

Written
by Mikel Robertson, Co-founder of Green It Now, Inc.

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