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LEED® v4: What You Need to Know

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Have you seen architectural specifications requiring LEED® v4 and wondered “what now”?

Not only can our sales representatives walk you through the appropriate coatings and documentation, but now we also have new website resources to help guide you through the new requirements enacted in November 2016.

Get started with these online resources

Find them at, including a listing of products that have been independently certified by UL and contribute toward satisfying specific EQ credits and LEED v4 requirements.

Also identified: products that satisfy standards set by the California Air Resources Board, and other green programs and VOC regulated areas specifications.

Be smart: Work with the industry leader

Sherwin-Williams is the first paint manufacturer to be certified in Underwriters Laboratories’ new Product Lens™ program designed to help specifiers meet green guidelines and satisfy Materials Ingredients disclosure credits outlined by LEED v4.

ProMar® 200 Zero VOC Interior Latex Paint was the first product certified by the program.

“By partnering with UL on its innovative Product Lens program, we are working to make it easy for all involved in a project,” says Steve Revnew, Senior Vice President of Product Innovation at Sherwin-Williams.

This article was originally published in the Spring 2017 issue of the Sherwin-Williams CommercialPro newsletter. Get more business-building tips and info on products, services, discounts and project solutions on the Sherwin-Williams contractor website

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