As they always say, the proof is in the pudding. It has been said that the design, manufacture, delivery and installation of hollow metal door frames is now a sustainable and environmentally friendly practice. As a potential but discerning customer, you would wish to see, receive or examine confirmation thereof. Well, here is the proof. You need to be looking out for the LEED label. Or the USGBC acronym.
The above acronym relates to the United States Green Building Council. The organization is ‘committed to a sustainable future’. And it is this organization that developed LEED. LEED stands for Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design. Built into this design intention is its Green Building Rating System. This system is now universal. It is the ‘most widely used’ (green) rating system in the world.
Of course, you could also look for confirmation of this record. If you are resourceful in your own R & D, this need not take long to cross-reference. Nevertheless, discerning customers do tend to look out for other enduring qualities. This would include, but is not confined to, high levels of quality, customer centricity, close collaborations with other related professionals like architects and building contractors, and the ability to turn out customized work.
On that latter point, fabrication processes are carefully developed. Another feature of high standards of craftsmanship will be the regimented approach given towards quality control work. The finished article must not leave the factory floor until it is confirmed that it is one hundred percent exact in response to the laid down (customer) specifications. There could also be a focus on unique design features not encountered anywhere else. And in view of the abovementioned confirmation, the materials utilized will be sustainable as well.