Missouri Hardwood Receives NWFA/NOFMA Certification

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St. Louis, Mo.—Missouri Hardwood, Birch Tree, Mo., has earned the National Wood Flooring Association’s NWFA/NOFMA Mill Certification.

“We are pleased to add Missouri Hardwood to the growing list of NWFA/NOFMA certified mills,” said Michael Martin, NWFA president & CEO. “This program is designed to recognize mills that voluntarily commit to meeting and exceeding industry standards for flooring appearance and performance. It ensures the high quality today’s consumers have grown to expect.”

The NWFA/NOFMA certification shows that a manufacturer’s wood flooring meets or exceeds the industry standards for grade, configuration, moisture content and average board length. Certified mills are inspected a minimum of two times per year to ensure consistent grade standards are met.

A full list of NWFA/NOFMA certified manufacturers can be found at nwfa.org/nofma-manufacturers.aspx.

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