Norwalk Furniture continues to improve its product

Upholstery will be free of toxic flame-retardant chemicals.
Scott Seitz2
Apr 27, 2014

As of June 1, Norwalk Furniture upholstery will be free of toxic flame-retardant chemicals.

"We are always looking for ways to make homes more beautiful, comfortable and healthier. That's why we are at the forefront in offering upholstered furniture that is free of toxic chemicals," said Mike Kenney, president of Norwalk Custom Order Furniture. "Because our products are made in the USA with a focus on using American suppliers and local artisans, consumers can be confident that all Norwalk products use only the best construction methods and materials available. We know our suppliers and how materials are produced."

Norwalk's use of foams that are free of the toxic flame-retardant chemicals comes seven months prior to the compliance required in the state of California under the new law TB 117-2013. The requirement takes effect Jan. 1, 2015.

 

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Comments

Cliff Cannon

Even though, I am a 'furniture ' guy through and through. I believe, every citizen in our city of champions, must smile and say " way to go furniture " every time we read of this comeback company's latest accomplishment. So please keep up the great work 'furniture' and thanks again to all for rebuilding our iconic company.