Ted Todd Engineered Wood Flooring
Crafting hardwood floors since 1993 and using new and reclaimed materials, Ted Todd wood floors have been connecting innovation and design with nature, to redefine natural flooring in the UK and push the boundaries of wood floor design beyond and further…
The Ted Todd Collections are sustainable, hard-wearing and original. Sustainably sourced from well-managed sustainable forests, their European Oak floors are environmentally-friendly choice which can link your project to nature and help you achieve carbon neutrality. European Oak is one of their most used wood species, covering a wide range of colours, grades and textures.
Ted Todd have continued to be loved by homeowners, designers and architects alike, who value the importance of making mindful choices for high-quality, sustainable products that protect our planet…
Take a look at just some of the many designs that they offer below, then at some stage contact you local Spacers showroom for an expert team member to discuss the wide range of differences within their wood floors…
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PUTTING SUSTAINABILITY AT THE HEART OF EVERY FLOOR & PROJECT
Since Ted Todd began manufacturing wood floors in 1993, they have been driven by a commitment to the environment. As their workshops grew, their ethos remained the same – to create great looking wood floors without compromising on sustainability…
When they started crafting new wood floors in 1997 we became one of the first companies in Europe to be fully FSC™ certified – ensuring that they were environmentally accredited from the beginning
Now more than ever, creating safety and sanctuary in homes and shared spaces can be achieved with conscious choices, allowing them to enhance their connection with nature, protect the environment and improve health and wellbeing from the ground up.
Ted Todd go above and beyond the usual environmental and sustainability standards and have many third-party accreditations. 90% of what they do is officially certified by either FSC™ or PEFC. Which they are working hard to get to 100%.
Reclaimed or recycled wood is even more environmentally friendly than a new timber floor. Many of their Woodworks floors are reclaimed and they heavily reduce environmental impact through re-use and a circular economy, making these materials the most sustainable choice available.
All Ted Todd floors are natural and contain no PVC & have low VOC emissions. Plus, they have carried out extensive research & testing which has allowed them to be the first wood flooring company in the world able to display the SVOC FREE logo on all of their wood-based products.
THE CIRCLE OF LIFE
For a project to be genuinely sustainable, it needs to be capable of functioning throughout its entire lifecycle. Ted Todd floors are built to last a lifetime and their confidence in them is reflected in their minimum 20-year guarantee.
In June 2019 the UK legally committed to cut emissions of carbon dioxide and other greenhouse gases to net zero by 2050. So, it’s beneficial to know that you’re choosing world’s most environmentally friendly construction material and preparing for the future, today.
Ted Todd floors are created for you to buy once and buy for life so, they age well for you to enjoy over many years. However, should your Ted Todd or Woodworks floor come to the end of its use it’s good to know that they can be fully recycled, unlike manmade plastic alternatives.
THE TED TODD COMMITMENT TO SUSTAINABILITY
- To continue to provide long life products that will stand the test of time.
- Design and make floors that have a minimal environmental impact.
- Provide carbon negative solutions as standard.
- Aim to use only independently certified new woods with the target of supplying 100% certified new woods over the next few years.
- Reclaim and re-purpose previously used wood for 20% of our sales.
- Heat factories with wood waste generated in the manufacturing processes.
- Develop natural fibre alternatives to LVT and other petrochemical-based floors.
- Create healthy environments inside homes, places of work, and leisure venues.