Indoor Climate Label
A good indoor climate is important for your home to be a pleasant place to stay.
Your kitchen is meant to be comfortable for everyone
An inadequate indoor environment can elevate the risk of headaches, eye irritation, and allergies for everyone, particularly for those already sensitive. At HTH, we are committed to promoting healthier living spaces. That's why many of our HTH kitchens are now certified with the Indoor Climate Label.
What is the Indoor Climate Label?
The Indoor Climate Label stands as a testament that every material used in our kitchens has undergone thorough testing for off-gassing, odor emissions, and potential irritation effects. This testing is performed by independent experts in third-party laboratories.
The Danish Indoor Climate Label is a voluntary certification for building materials, furnishings, and furniture, overseen by the Technological Institute. The label is symbolized by a small green house with a white hawthorn leaf inside.
It's important to differentiate between the Nordic Swan Ecolabel and the Indoor Climate Label. While the former is an environmental label, the latter specifically sets standards for materials during their usage phase, concentrating on the substances they release indoors. As a result, products with the Indoor Climate Label are assured to be apt for indoor settings.
The right building materials
At HTH, our conscious choice of products aims at maximizing durability while minimizing environmental impact. This commitment is evident in our choice of wood, wood panels, adhesives, and coatings. By opting for the right materials, we've earned the distinction of the Indoor Climate Label.
But our dedication extends beyond this label. We are consistently working to diminish HTH's broader environmental footprint. Our initiatives encompass optimizing material use, monitoring energy consumption, fostering environmental consciousness among our staff, and sourcing wood solely from sustainably managed forests for our kitchen, bathroom, and wardrobe cabinets.
How you can contribute to a better indoor climate
There are many simple things you can do to ensure a good indoor climate in your home. For example:
- Regularly ventilate the rooms, preferably five to ten minutes three times a day with proper airflow.
- Equip the kitchen and bathroom with ventilation systems that have mechanical extraction.
- Address any potential moisture and water damage issues promptly.
- Choose building materials that do not emit harmful substances and unpleasant odours.
Find your kitchen design
What ranks highest on your list when searching for the perfect kitchen? Is it design, functionality, durability, or perhaps something unique?
Whatever your vision might be, our expansive range of kitchen models is sure to cater to your desires.