Basically it comes down to the fact that the crib and dresser are made by the same factory, using the same materials and finishes. The only difference is the amount of MDF (Medium-density fiberboard) for the dresser, and that is for added strength. They are alike in all ways. The cribs were selected for testing because this is where your child will sleep.
We test our products so they exceed the CPSC (Consumer Product Safety Commission) and ASTM (American Society for Testing and Materials) required standards for juvenile products. We are a low VOC manufacturer, meaning they are not detectable in our tests. These tests are the most stringent in the furniture market. We use 3rd party testing facilities that are certified and provide complete test reports for all the products.
We have been in the baby furniture business for more than 25 years and have grown into one of the top manufacturers. That happened because safety is important to us and will continue to be. We structurally test, and we use woods from sustainable forests. These testing facilities create costs that trickle down to the end user.
We want to make sure we are providing an affordable choice for today's families, as well as safe products good for the environment. We are doing that.
- Where can I get a GREENGUARD certificate for my crib?
Our GREENGUARD Gold Certified cribs can be viewed on the Underwriters Laboratories (UL) Sustainable Product Guide. Certificates for each crib are available for easy download at the links below: