Green building involves health, water conservation, energy efficiency, disaster mitigation and, of course, sustainable floor coverings. A certified green building is intended to keep you Reclaimed Wood Flooring is Green healthier, save you money and help ensure the building’s durability. There are several national certifications and over half of states have regional, state or city […]
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Carol Goodwin, CR, MCR, is President of Goodwin Heart Pine and holds Craftsman and Master Craftsman degrees from the National Wood Floor Association. She is also a Certified Hardwood Flooring Inspector.
She has long been active in supporting and promoting both environmental causes and the wood flooring industry. Her professional activities include founding the Reclaimed Wood Floor Association and the Association for the Restoration of Longleaf Pine, and chairing the National Wood Floor Association’s Environmental Committee for four years. She is the past Treasurer and a Board Member of the Florida Green Building Coalition and is currently a Board Member of the USGBC Heart of Florida Chapter.
Ms. Goodwin is an experienced presenter to consumer and professional audiences and has authored and presented continuing education courses on ‘Reclaimed Wood’, ‘Wood Floor Installations and Commercial Uses’, ‘Green Home Building – How Certification Works’, ‘What Makes a Building Product Green?’ and ‘Wood Products… What They Mean to Your Green Building’.
She has published numerous articles and booklets on longleaf pine ecosystem reforestation and the building uses of antique heart pine. Publications include “Owners Guide to Heart Pine,” “Restoring an Ecosystem for Profit and Pleasure,” “Longleaf Legacies” and “Old Growth – Defining Your Wood Floor.”