Ultimate Gutter Guard of Greenville’s Certifications
Feel Confident When Your Buy an Ultimate Gutter Guard Product
Ultimate Gutter Guard of Greenville has several certifications to better serve homeowners in Greenville, Spartanburg, Charleston, and the surrounding communities. The certifications we have including the green seal of approval, the EPA lead certification, and Energy Star certifications.
The Green Seal of Approval
The Green Seal of Approval represents reliability, integrity, and fairness.
When a product has the Green Seal, it means that a product or service has been tested through science-based procedures and proves to work as well or better than other products or services in its class and that it has been evaluated without and bias or conflict of interest. Having the Green Seal distinguishes a product from the competitors that were unable to pass or stand up to their environmental standards.
Having the Green Seal of approval also gives businesses that offer such products an advantage because the Green Seal identifies a product as environmentally preferred and it provides third-party corroboration of environmental claims.
EPA Lead Certified
The EPA- Environmental Protection Agency mandated the Renovation, Repair, & Painting Rule as of April 22, 2010. Now, contractors and home improvement companies are to conform to lead-safe practices. This is to prevent lead paint hazards caused by renovations, painting, or repairs on houses containing lead paint that were built prior to 1978.
Ultimate Gutter Guard is an EPA Appointed Lead-Safe Certified company. We conduct lead-safe practices on all houses that were constructed before 1978 that meet the criteria for the Renovation, Repair, and Painting Rule. In order to ensure our customer’s safety, all of our installers are EPA Lead-Safe Certified. They comply with and adhere to all of the stringent guidelines and procedures of the EPA.
If you are having home improvement work done on your home, be sure that the company you are dealing with is EPA Lead-Safe Certified.
Energy Star Certified
Energy Star, a program run by the U.S. Department of Energy and the Environmental Protection Agency helps individuals and businesses protect the environment through greater energy efficiency. The Energy Star labels are placed only on doors and windows that met the specific U-value and shading coefficient ratings for one or more regions of the United States. The rating of one window will vary from another due to variables such as product design and the style of glass used. Learn more about the ENERGY STAR program at www.energystar.gov.