A Place to Gather, Learn, Discover, & Collaborate
Welcome to The Resource Lab. Here you will find informative material and helpful resources pertaining to hardwood flooring. For almost three decades we have focused our efforts solely on hardwood flooring which gives us a unique and exceptional level of expertise and we love being able to share that knowledge with you.
We invite you to learn about our PID Floors Trade Program, to sign-up for online classes, to shop our curated selection of wood floor related products, to browse our design professional directory, and to search our extensive online technical library. We also maintain a physical library of books and helpful reference guides at our flagship showroom in New York City. Consider this a standing invitation to stop by for a cup of coffee and to enjoy looking through our books about trees, wood, and all things hardwood flooring.
At PID Floors we strive to achieve sustainable practices in an industry that is constantly evolving. Our current sustainable model includes supporting our corporate partners, Sustainable Harvest International and American Forests, maintaining FSC certification, and educating ourselves and our clients on environmental needs within the hardwood floor industry.
We believe Earth Day could and should be every day. We are rigorously committed to the ongoing health, protection, and well-being of both our clients and the environment.
We are rigorously committed to the ongoing health, protection, and well-being of both our clients and the environment. Our aim is to have as many PID Floors products as possible achieve GREENGUARD certification, FloorScore® certification, Cradle to Cradle Certification™, and to publish Health Product Declarations through the HPD-Collaborative.
Our staff is comprised of highly trained and knowledgeable flooring experts who guide customers through the design process, including LEED Green Associates. We are passionate about listening to all our customers’ unique and varied needs and delight in collaborating with our clients every step of the way.
PID Floors is dedicated to protecting the environment, health, and safety of our employees, customers and the global environments. We are in the process of developing a stringent sustainability business plan that will encompass the three tiers of the triple bottom line: Social Responsibility, Economic Development, and Environmental Stewardship.
Here you will find informative material on important and trending environmental topics in the Wood Flooring Industry.
Plant and Educate with PID Floors
PID Floors is a proud corporate partner with American Forests and Sustainable Harvest International. Our relationship with these outstanding companies provides PID Floors the opportunity to restore at-risk forest ecosystems and hinder deforestation within the United States and internationally.
In fact, we committed to plant 5,000 trees this year alone! Our clients and friends around the world have the option to join PID Floors by donating to American Forests or Sustainable Harvest International.
“American Forests creates healthy and resilient forests, from cities to wilderness, that deliver essential benefits for climate, people, water and wildlife. We advance our mission through forestry innovation, place-based partnerships to plant and restore forests, and movement building.”Play Video
“More than half of the world’s tropical forests are already gone and we are losing the other half at the rate of one acre every second. As a result, more than half the species of plants and animals in the world are disappearing, along with carbon stores, which stabilize the climate.
Our proven model equips and empowers low-income farmers with the resources to implement alternatives to slash-and-burn agriculture, sustain the land for future generations of farmers, halt tropical deforestation, and build strong, self-supporting communities through agribusiness.”
80% of the world’s terrestrial biodiversity lives in forests.
15% of greenhouse gas emissions in the U.S. are absorbed by forests each year.
2 acres of forest can provide enough oxygen for more than 500 people each year.