TRIM SUSTAINABILITY

Restoration Millwork Trim®

Life Cycle Assessment Study

Learn how CertainTeed's Restoration Millwork products performed against the competition for environmental and economic impact. All the information is compiled by the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) and their Building for Economic and Environmental Sustainability (BEES) software program.

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Understand the role of CertainTeed's Restoration Millwork Trim in meeting Green Building Standards. They require no painting or caulking and only occasional washing with soap and water, thus contributing to the sustainability of any project.

Using Certain Teed Restoration Millwork trim also offers opportunities for building professionals to increase their projects’ sustainability while maximizing possible LEED and NAHB certification points.

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Green Facts:

  • Life Cycle Assessment tools such as BEES show Restoration Millwork trim have a lower environmental impact than a majority of cladding options.
  • Installation of Restoration Millwork eliminates the need for paint and caulk, decreasing maintenance and the projects’ environmental impact.
  • The majority of raw materials used to manufacture our vinyl products are shipped by rail, decreasing emissions and the need for over-the-road transportation.
  • Unlike a majority of trim choices, Restoration Millwork is recyclable. CertainTeed is leading an initiative to take back post-consumer siding from builders and manufactured housing plants, creating a “cradle to cradle” system that will close the loop on manufacturing our products.
  • Almost 100% of raw material inputs are used in the manufacturing process of Restoration Millwork products, practically eliminating landfill waste from manufacturing these products.

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