LEED Project Credits
Remodelers and Designers can earn LEED points using MiraWood to restore and protect existing interior woodwork.
This saves money and time for other aspects of the project like getting better appliances.
Of course, best of all there is no dust, toxic fumes or mess during our work and no off-gassing of toxic materials afterwards.
Easy on the environment and the people who live and work in the home or office.
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Using MiraWood Refinishing to clean, restore and protect existing cabinets, paneling and interior woodwork can earn LEED project points in two ways.
First, using the existing woodwork decreases the construction budget and saves time removing the old materials and installing new ones.
This fits under the required category of Construction and demolition waste management planning.
“To reduce construction and demolition waste disposed of in landfills and incineration facilities by recovering, reusing, and recycling materials.”
LEED Re-Use and Recycle
Secondarily, our non-toxic cleaning and acrylic coating have very low VOC emissions – this can count towards points for low-emitting materials.
Interior paints and coatings applied on site
At least 90%, by volume, for emissions; 100% for VOC content
• General Emissions Evaluation for paints and coatings applied to walls, floors, and ceilings
• VOC content requirements for wet applied products
Low VOC Coatings Credits