We’re Now EPA Certified! Learn What It Means For You

We care about our customers, which is why we want to protect you as much as we can. That’s why we decided it was time to become EPA certified. But what does that mean exactly? 

In order for the United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to issue a certification, they must examine the work a company does and ensure they’re meeting the EPA’s standards for protecting people and the environment. 

What is the EPA?

The EPA is a government entity that oversees the protection of the environment. They support laws and regulations that address water, air, and soil quality throughout the U.S. If a company is polluting the air with toxic fumes or dumping waste into waterways, they can be heavily fined by the EPA. Taking care of the environment is their job and they take it very seriously. Here at A-Abel, we also care about the environment. In addition to the people we provide service to and our general community. That’s why we decided to team up with the EPA and get certified. Our EPA certification promises that we are protecting our customers and our environment as we provide repairs, renovations, maintenance service, and more.

How Does The EPA Affect A-Abel’s Family of Companies

One of the main reasons we became EPA certified is because we use proper procedures. Our technicians are trained to carefully remove old fixtures and paint to install new products. Removal of older, lead-based, paints has been a concern for many of customers residing in older homes. We wanted a way to ensure those customers and future ones that we’re prepared to handle such hazardous materials. We care about you and the environment so we want to make sure our practices and company reflects that. 

Our certified team of trained professional installers 

No matter what kind of service our customers need, here at A-Abel we’re focused on making sure they have a great experience. Do you have a home improvement project or service you need help with? Feel free to give us a call today (yes, we’re still open)! Whether it’s routine maintenance or you need an entirely new system installed. Or last-minute emergency repair, we’re here and ready to help those in and around the Greater Dayton area. 

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