Residential garage door brand Clopay is celebrating 20 years as a Good Housekeeping Seal holder. Clopay garage doors first earned the distinction in 1996.
Most people perceive the Seal to be a product endorsement, but in fact it symbolizes a two-year warranty. The Seal means that Good Housekeeping will replace or refund defective products up to $2,000 within two years of purchase, regardless of what type of warranty is offered by the manufacturer or dealer. The promise is unique in the marketplace.
Launched in 1909, GHI has the distinction of being the oldest consumer product-testing lab of its size in America.
Each new Clopay garage door model is reviewed by scientists, engineers, and technicians at the Good Housekeeping Institute to ensure it meets their stringent standards for product integrity.
Just because a product is on the market doesn’t mean it works or does what it claims. “That’s why consumers are assured when they see the Good Housekeeping Seal. They know these products will deliver on their promise,” says Pat Lohse, Clopay’s vice president of marketing. “A garage door is a significant purchase that most homeowners make once in a lifetime. They want peace of mind knowing that they are investing their dollars in a product that is durable, safe and secure.”