imondi‘s range of engineered flooring is perfectly suited to LEED compliancy.
LEED or Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design, is an internationally-recognized green building certification system. Created by the United States Green Building Council (USGBC), LEED promotes sustainable building and development practices through a suite of rating systems that recognize projects that implement strategies for better environmental and health performance. The system is credit-based, allowing projects to earn points for environmentally friendly actions taken during construction and use of a building.
Potential LEED points that apply to imondi’s engineered flooring include the below:
MR Credit 4 – Recycled Content: 1 – 2 Points
MR Credit 5 – Regional Materials: 1 – 2 Points
MR Credit 7 – Certified Wood: 1 Point
IEQ Credit 4.2 Low – Emitting Materials Paints and Coatings: 1 PointIEQ Credit 4.3 Low – Emitting Materials Flooring Systems: 1 Point
IEQ Credit 4.4 Low – Emitting Materials Composite Wood: 1 Point
In 2011 imondi Flooring was exclusive flooring supplier to Naked Stables Private retreats, Moganshan. This resort was the first in China to receive LEED ‘s highest level, platinum certification.
The culmination of imondi’s obsessive focus on sustainability is our range of reclaimed wood flooring. We would like to think this range of engineered floors made with reclaimed hardwoods from all over the world is the most environmentally friendly floor currently on the market. We encourage you to learn more about this unique and individual range of flooring, which is both FSC-certified and LEED-compliant.