Sustainability

At Timberlake, we’re working to reduce our carbon footprint — one cabinet at a time.

Energy conservation and environmental responsibility are top priorities for most builders and homebuyers. By choosing Timberlake, you’re making the right choice for your next home — and for the planet.

Sustainability & localness matters

Timberlake cabinetry is made from 75 percent verified sustainable American hardwoods. And we manufacture close to home, with multiple manufacturing plants and nine regional builder service centers not far from where you build. In fact, the majority of the U.S. population lives within 500 miles of a Timberlake plant.

Continue below to learn more about our green commitment and the numerous industry-recognized environmental programs we comply with.

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Our Green Commitment

By offering an eco-friendly product at an exceptional value, Timberlake can help you build better, smarter homes. Read more

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NAHB National Green Building Program

The National Green Building Program was developed by the NAHB to promote green building and set standards for green projects and products. Read more

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KCMA Environmental Stewardship Program

KCMA ESP is the only environmental certification program to focus solely on kitchen and bath cabinets. Read more

CARB Air Toxic Control Measure

California regulates formaldehyde emissions from composite wood products sold or used in finished goods. Read more

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LEED for Homes

LEED for Homes measures a builder’s approach to several key environmental design areas including energy efficiency and material quality. Read more