Eli Home Products, a division of The Eli Home Store, has announced the nation's first ever showroom for Hempwood® interior building, furniture, flooring, cabinets, vanities, and Premier Copper Products sinks, mirrors, and accessories ideal for sustainable home building or remodeling projects for homeowners seeking environmentally friendly and sustainable materials and furnishings. The showroom is located in the Eli Home corporate headquarters at 1175 N. East Street, Anaheim.
"Eli Home Products was created to provide sustainable alternatives to common building and decorative products for the home," said Lorri Galloway, CEO, The Eli Home. "We believe this division offers products many homeowners building or remodeling homes will find aesthetically pleasing, environmentally-friendly, and competitively priced with added benefits of charity for The Eli Home's work with children and families."
Using organic soy-based adhesives, Hempwood® is naturally non-toxic and does not contain volatile organic compounds making it a healthier choice for interior building. Other properties and benefits of Hempwood® products include:
Premier Copper Products sinks are manufactured using 99.7 percent pure grade A copper wire that has been reclaimed and recycled. They are 100 percent handcrafted and fully recyclable. Copper is naturally antibacterial and antimicrobial, allowing consumers to reduce the need for harsh chemicals for cleaning or maintenance that are both harmful to people and the environment.
All Eli Home Products are sustainable, nature-inspired, and only use materials from the earth as the main source of building and home décor.
About The Eli Home
Proceeds from each sale will benefit The Eli Home, a 39-year-old Anaheim non-profit that aims to break the cycle of child abuse, neglect, and family violence by providing such victims with the support to reenter the community to lead stable, non-violent lives. The Eli Home has repeatedly demonstrated a deep commitment to the local community and has been locally and nationally recognized for its leadership in the field of child abuse and family violence prevention. For more information, go to www.elihome.org. Follow The Eli Home on Twitter @theelihome, Facebook @elihome, and Instagram @theelihome.
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