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The safety of a product is its most important feature.

Southern GF Company is proud to carry products that meet and exceed industry requirements and regulations. Below is a list of regulatory companies that set forth industry guidelines and standards.

Americans with Disabilities (ADA): The Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 ensures equal opportunity for persons with disabilities in public accommodations, commercial facilities, and transportation.
American Institute of Architects (AIA): The American Institute of Architects is the national professional association of architects. The AIA website hosts more than 100 contracts and documents that meet industry standards.
American National Standards Institute (ANSI): Overseeing the creation of many industry guidelines, the American National Standards Institute acts as an administrator in many industries for standardization and conformity assessment systems.
Architectural Woodwork Institute (AWI): The Architectural Woodwork Institute has represented suppliers, woodworkers, and design professionals for more than 60 years.
Construction Specifications Institute (CSI): The mission of the Construction Specifications Institute is to advance building information management. CSI provides education and resources to improve facility performance.
International Code Council (ICC): Most U.S. communities use the International Codes (I-Codes) to build safe and sustainable facilities. The ICC website offers a wealth of information about the codes and standards that industry professionals use.
National Association of Architectural Metal Manufacturers (NAAMM): The National Association of Architectural Metal Manufacturers maintains and publishes technical information about metal products that are used in construction.
National Fire Protection Association (NFPA): The National Fire Protection Association is the authority on fire, electrical and building safety. Nearly every construction project will follow the standards established by NFPA.
National Glass Association (NGA):  Serving the architectural and automotive glass industries, as well as the window and door industries, the National Glass Association is the preferred training resource for designers, suppliers and architects.
Steel Door Institute (SDI):  Representatives of Steel Door Institute members publish quality and performance standards for architects and construction professionals free of cost.
Underwriter Laboratories Inc. (UL):  Underwriter Laboratories Inc. standards function as a benchmark to access products and evaluate sustainability.  UL standards are set using a consensus-based process.
Warnock Hersey (WH) Mark – Intertek:  Interteck provides technical inspection, certification, and consulting services to ensure that development processes are met for hundreds of industries worldwide. 

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