Remember Aaron Tippin’s country song, “You’ve Got to Stand for Something”? The kicker to that lyric is… “or you’ll fall for anything.” At University Loft Company, we stand for many things in solid wood modular student furniture – top quality; superior construction; better design, comfort and functionality – and all these essential qualities are present in our commitment to producing only the best green student furniture for college housing.
Why do we go the extra mile (thousands of miles, actually) to deliver on our uncompromising and unwavering Green Plan? Because we know that our discerning clients – student housing furniture buyers and university housing administrators – demand the best and won’t settle for less. That’s why we use only the best Environmentally Farmed Timber (EFT), a type of Malaysian hardwood timber called Hevea Brasiliensis (HB), that is the environmentally friendly choice.
The best thing about using HB trees, beyond the rewards for our planet, is that HB trees are strong. In fact, they are stronger than red oak even though they are similar in appearance. So when you are comparing green student furniture for college students, you don’t have to compromise, you don’t have to settle. And it’s because we know you won’t “fall for anything,” that we’re confident you’ll agree that green student housing furniture from University Loft is the best choice.
So take a stand for better green student furniture. We do.
The ULoft Blog Team
About University Loft Company and our solid wood modular residence life furniture:
Since 1984, when James Jannetides built a loft configuration for his own dorm room at Southern Illinois University, hundreds of thousands of college students have enjoyed better campus living thanks to University Loft furniture. Today, University Loft serves more than 1,200 colleges, universities and related student housing partners. As Jannetides’ says: “We are always learning, always innovating, and always improving … our environment, our products, and our service. We are University Loft Company.”