Materials for LEED

At Labeling Sustainability we’ve worked on LEED projects and we know how frustrating it can be to find and calculate Materials and Resources (MR) credits. Often you are relying on the documentation that you find on a manufacturer’s website written by a marketing team who knows very little about the LEED v4 rating system, or they went through the credits and listed a bunch of credits that they either don’t qualify for or they have zero documentation to support. The whole process makes designing and specifying LEED projects labor-intensive and no fun. 

This is where we can help. If you are an architect or general contractor our services are free of charge. This offer is for general LEED consultants too. We are not your competition and will happily work as part of your team without adding any additional cost to the project. We specialize in the Materials and Resources (MR) section of LEED v4, gather the documentation, and calculate the credits for you. Gone are the days where you chase manufacturers’ representatives to provide documentation that is either devoid of the science that you need or outright greenwashing.

If you are a manufacturer, we help you become compliant the first time; save your reputation by providing the right documentation and credit information. If you are struggling to figure out how you can access LEED on with your existing budget, check out our downloadable guide packed full of practical sustainability ideas that can help. 

Reporting and Metrics

A LEED project is a summation of credits but for your project’s personal story, it can be so much more. Want to know what percentage of the flooring on the project is PVC free and has a Cradle to Cradle certification? Or maybe what percentage of flooring is low emitting material with TVOC ≤ .05 mg/m3? If you would like to tell your customers the great story of your LEED project, contact us to find out how information statistics like these are just another part of the value we provide our LEED projects. And the best part is- it’s totally free. Contact us today to find out more. 

Yes you can achieve LEED credits without breaking the bank! 

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