Lead Safe Certification
Energy One considers environmental and health concerns very important to our business. This is why our installers are certified with the EPA. We strive to ensure that all of our products are completely lead-free, and the removal process complies with the stringent EPA standards.
If your home was built before 1978, there is a possibility that your home may have lead paint. Windows in older homes may contain the highest levels of lead in paint of any building component, lead paint chips are common in old window troughs, and friction surfaces on old windows create lead dust hazards even in homes without any deteriorated lead paint. Lead paint was banned after 1978, double-pane windows became widely used in cold climates in the 1980s, and low-e windows that reduce solar gain to save on air conditioning costs became common in the 1990s. As a result, single- and double-pane windows in older homes are reliable indicators of lead paint hazards and inefficient energy use.
Replacing your windows with Energy One products yields long-term energy savings, and peace of mind knowing that your installation will be conducted in a professional manner by our factory-certified, EPA-certified, installation teams.