At Sunrise Door Solutions we chose to work with top manufactures that have utilized sustainable materials to ensure environmental responsibility. Sunrise’s doors are manufactured in state-of-the-art, highly efficient facilities using low-emitting, sustainable materials to ensure our doors last the life of a building.
Some of our manufacturers such as VT Industries and Ceco Doors are GREENGUARD Indoor Air Quality Certified® and GREENGUARD Children & SchoolsSM Certified. This means that necessary steps were taken to insure the doors and frames manufactured help keep the building atmosphere free from chemicals that can harm developing young bodies. Certification guarantees Sunrise’s products are low-emitting, contributing to healthy indoor air quality and building occupant wellness. GREENGUARD Certification standards are the referenced measure of product emissions in numerous green building initiatives.
Sunrise’s Hollow Metal Doors and Frames are manufactured by ASSA ABLOY group brands that are committed to implementing manufacturing processes that advance sustainability. They provide lower operating costs that far exceed ANSI/BHMA standards, translating to longer product life and easier maintenance (plus less waste in landfills). They use non-hazardous materials and energy-efficient doors and frames that result in healthier and safer conditions for occupants. Sunrise’s hollow metal door and steel door manufacturers also recycle steel. Recycling steel cleans up the environment and helps keep our natural resources from being depleted.
Sunrise’s wood doors, manufactured by VT Industries, is Forest Stewardship Council (FSC®) Chain-of-Custody (COC) Certified (FSC-C005590, SCS-COC-004128) promoting responsible forest management. Sunrise Door Solution’s wood doors also assist in achieving multiple Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED®) credits. LEED, developed by the U.S. Green Build Council, is the benchmark for green building programs. VT architectural wood doors assist in achieving LEED credit for recycled content, regional material, rapidly renewable materials, low-emitting materials, and certified wood.