Salem, Ore.-based GreenFLEX, builders of insulated concrete park models, has achieved Certified Green by TRA Certification. According to a press release, GreenFLEX is now labeling its park models with the Certified Green insignia and have reached the silver status.
The company said that GreenFLEX is a patent-pending material invented to create a building system that has advantages over both solid concrete and traditional wood frame construction. Like solid concrete, the product is hammer-tough and extremely durable. At the same time, it weighs little more than wood frame construction while providing superior insulation at a cost that is competitive with traditional construction.
GreenFLEX park models include zonal heating systems, and the interior walls are fully insulated to take advantage of the flexibility. Units also include low VOC insulation and hard flooring while “zero carpeting” is used to reduce the amount of tracked-in contaminants that can become trapped within the fibers. The kitchen and bathroom contain low-flow faucets and the showerhead and toilet are both low-flow.
For more information on GreenFLEX Park Models visit www.gogreenflex.com. For more information on green certification, visit www.certifiedgreenrvs.com or contact Mandy Leazenby at (800) 398-9282.