Los Angeles, Calif. (PRWEB) December 08, 2015
ETO Doors, the leading provider of Mahogany doors nationwide, is excited to announce their participation in the 2016 NAHB Builders’ Show.
The show, held in Las Vegas, Nevada, is the largest light construction show in the world. Every year the show attracts more than 50,000 visitors from more than 100 countries. ETO Doors is proud to be an exhibitor in the 2016 show.
A main feature of the show is the NAHB show home, which unites cutting edge technology, sustainability, and efficiency with contemporary style. Those values are the same initiatives that drive ETO Doors to continue to seek out sustainable goods to create beautiful, elegant doors with purpose.
ETO Doors is also one of very few door companies to be recognized by the Forest Stewardship Council for demonstrating responsibility in manufacturing doors. Additionally, ETO Doors takes great care to ensure that no woods used in their shops are ever listed as endangered. This, paired with many other green initiatives, has helped ETO Doors earn a LEED Platinum certification, the highest level of green certification attainable.
Previously featured on HGTV’s “House Crashers”, ABC’s “Extreme Home Makeover”, and DIY Network’s “I Hate My Bath”, ETO Doors is proud to create products that are as beautiful as they are practical. Continually keeping the customer in mind, ETO Doors is proud to boast a high customer satisfaction rate and a customer service focused sales approach.
The NAHB Home Builders’ Show will be held from January 19-21, 2016, at the Las Vegas Convention Center. Interested parties are encouraged to register for the show by visiting http://buildersshow.com/Home/.
About ETO Doors
ETO Doors is an eco-friendly purveyor of doors and door accessories committed to bringing customers the highest quality doors at a budget-friendly price. ETO Doors is based in Los Angeles, Calif., with satellite showrooms in Las Vegas, Nevada, and Hicksville, New York. Operational since 2002, ETO Doors has been recognized by the Forest Stewardship Council and EnergyStar as an environmentally friendly brand.