Schmidt & Clark, LLP, a National product liability law firm has recently been contacted by a number of homeowners who purchased Lumber Liquidators laminate flooring products and who are concerned that their laminate floors contain excessive amounts of formaldehyde.
The most common question we have encountered has been… Where can I get my floors tested for formaldehyde?
We have been working as quickly as possible to locate an independent laboratory capable of testing large quantities of laminate flooring samples and we believe we have found one.
The laboratory is Benchmark International.
Disclaimer: It is important to remember that Schmidt & Clark, LLP is in no way affiliated with Benchmark International and has no financial incentive in referring you to their business. We are simply providing our website visitors and Facebook followers with a link to a company that can provide testing of your laminate flooring.
How to Get Your Laminate Floors Tested For Formaldehyde
A note from Benchmark International: Benchmark International was one of the two primary laboratories used by 60 Minutes in their recent report. Due to an overwhelming amount of public and professional inquiries, they ask that all professional requests for testing and other services are sent to them by email email@example.com. Consumers seeking testing of their products should download the Benchmark International Laboratories Formaldehyde Testing Form (below) and submit their samples as per the instructions provided.