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Kitchen Cabinet Manufactures Association

ANSI-Logo-SmallMany of Amberleaf’s cabinet lines meet the rigorous standards set forth by the Kitchen Cabinet Manufacturers Association. This voluntary testing and certification program is nationally known among U.S. government agencies, architects, builders and remodelers, with testing taking place in approved, independent laboratories to assure the highest standards. A Kitchen Cabinet Manufacturers Association certification seal is recognized in the marketplace as a quality product able to perform after a rigorous battery of tests simulating years of typical household use.

PFS Corporation

Urea/Formaldehyde Free Certification.

Available on some cabinet lines, and by request only.

PFS Corp. works with the wood-related construction industry achieve greater quality and safety. PFS evaluates and certifies a broad range of products and structures, including all types of engineered wood products, wood building components, and industrialized building systems.

Chicago Minority Development Council

ChicagoMSDC-LogoCertified Minority Supplier.

Certificate available on request.

The Chicago Minority Development Council is one of 24 affiliates of the National Minority Supplier Development Council (NMSDC), a nonprofit corporate membership organization that advances business opportunities for its certified Asian, Black, Hispanic and Native American business enterprises and connects them to its corporate members. One of the country’s leading corporate membership organizations, NMSDC was chartered in 1972 to provide increased procurement and business opportunities for minority businesses of all sizes.

HUD Section 3 Company

Section 3 is a provision of the U.S. Housing and Urban Development Act of 1968, and attempts to ensure that preference for employment, training and contracting opportunities generated from the expenditure of certain HUD funds, is given to local low- and very low-income persons, particularly those who receive federal housing assistance, and businesses that are owned by or substantially employ such persons.