Steller ILFI Declare Labels Published

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Greg Russak

Steller Floors



Steller Floors Joins the Living Building Challenge

American made and sustainably sourced hardwood flooring products are now listed with International Future Living Institute


Tyrone, PA: Steller Floors today announced that their American made and sustainably sourced hardwood flooring products qualify for the Living Building Challenge’s “materials petal.” This milestone is another major move for Steller Floors on its mission to reinvent the hardwood flooring industry.


“Participating in the Living Building Challenge (LBC) is another way for us to signal to the rest of the world that we’re serious about sustainability without sacrificing quality, craftsmanship, or the economic benefits of our patented, floating, solid hardwood floors,” says Dr. Britta Teller, co-founder and Chief Sustainability Officer of Steller Floors.


This news is the latest in a line of recent initiatives and accomplishments of the company, including:


  • Exhibiting at the American Institute of Architect’s 2022 expo in Chicago

  • Launching Steller Assembly Services as an affordable alternative to outside contractors for installing their floors nationwide

  • Price reductions on select species to make sustainable hardwood flooring more accessible to more American homeowners and developers


To see Steller Floors’ Living Building Challenge Declare label, click here.

About Steller Floors: Steller Floors is on a mission to reinvent everything about hardwood floors including how they are harvested, how they are made, and how they are assembled. All the timber used to make our solid wood floors is sourced from Appalachian forests. They are assembled using our patented clips without nails or glue, making them easy to assemble, repair, or remove at any time. We’re also very proud to be creating good-paying jobs in rural Pennsylvania. To learn more and to see all the flooring we offer, visit