LEED Certification: What is it and How Audimute can Help?

LEED, or Leadership in Energy & Environmental Design, is transforming the way we think about how our buildings and communities are designed, constructed, maintained and operated across the globe. LEED is a comprehensive and flexible tool used to analyze a project’s sustainable qualities and rate them on a scale.

 

In order to obtain your LEED certificate, you have to satisfy a certain number of prerequisites to earn points. The number of points a project earns will determine the level of LEED certification.

 

Sometimes knowing what products to choose to help you obtain your LEED certification can be a difficult decision to make. Here are three ways in which Audimute products can help you gain points towards your LEED certification.

 

Materials and Resource Credits- Audimute eco-C-tex™ products are made from recycled content. All fabrics used on our products are pre and post consumer recycled textiles. Also, our Peacemaker™ product is made from recycled tires.  

 

Regional Material- Audimute products are made in Beachwood, Ohio. So, if your project is located within a 500 mile radius of Audimute, you can gain 1 point towards your LEED certification.

 

Low Emitting Materials – Audimute products contain little to no adhesives and do not give off V.O.C.’s (Volatile Organic Compound).

 

So if your project requires acoustic treatment, check out all of Audimute's products (here) for the best sound and environmental results. 

 

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