Table of Contents
- 1 How do products get the Good Housekeeping seal of approval?
- 2 What Windows have the Good Housekeeping seal of approval?
- 3 Do companies pay for the Good Housekeeping Seal?
- 4 When did the Good Housekeeping Seal of Approval start?
- 5 Does the Good Housekeeping Seal mean anything?
- 6 What do you need to know about Good Housekeeping Seal?
- 7 What does the Good Housekeeping limited warranty seal mean?
How do products get the Good Housekeeping seal of approval?
The seal is awarded to products and services that advertise in “Good Housekeeping” magazine. To advertise in the magazine, products must pass strenuous testing by the Good Housekeeping Research Institute.
What Windows have the Good Housekeeping seal of approval?
About Window World Window World is an ENERGY STAR® partner and its windows, vinyl siding and Therma-Tru doors have all earned the Good Housekeeping Seal. In 2018, it was ranked “Highest in Customer Satisfaction with Window and Patio Door Retailers” by J.D. Power.
What is Good Housekeeping?
It includes keeping work areas neat and orderly, maintaining halls and floors free of slip and trip hazards, and removing of waste materials (e.g., paper, cardboard) and other fire hazards from work areas. Good housekeeping is also a basic part of incident and fire prevention.
Is Good Housekeeping a reliable source?
Good Housekeeping Magazine is one of the most trusted lifestyle publications in the country. For well over a century, it has provided readers with reliable information on finding safe and beneficial consumer products.
Do companies pay for the Good Housekeeping Seal?
“There is no fee to use the seal, but you do have to be an advertiser,” said Liz Goulian, promotion manager for the Good Housekeeping Institute.
When did the Good Housekeeping Seal of Approval start?
May 2, 1885
Good Housekeeping/First issue date
Where are Earthwise windows manufactured?
Made in USA
All Earthwise products carry the Made in USA – Certified® designation as independent verification that our products are made in the USA by American workers, using components that are sourced in the USA.
How Long Has Good Housekeeping magazine?
Good Housekeeping was founded in 1885 by American publisher and poet Clark W. Bryan. By the time of its acquisition by the Hearst Corporation in 1911, the magazine grown to a circulation of 300,000 subscribers.
Does the Good Housekeeping Seal mean anything?
The Good Housekeeping Seal If you’ve ever seen it on the branding of something you’re buying, that means it has been evaluated by the Good Housekeeping Institute and has proven to be something you can trust. As Good Housekeeping puts it, “We test it, so you can trust it.”
What do you need to know about Good Housekeeping Seal?
This policy covers you, the consumer, whether you bought the product or it was given to you (by the buyer). Products that bear the Green Good Housekeeping Seal have been assessed by Good Housekeeping in accordance with Good Housekeeping’s environmental criteria and are also subject to the limited warranty if proven to be defective.
What are the categories for Green Housekeeping Seal?
Categories for the Green Good Housekeeping Seal include cleaning products, beauty products, paints and coatings, appliances and electronics, textiles, building products, and food and beverages.
When did the Good Housekeeping Seal of approval start?
In 1909, the Good Housekeeping magazine introduced their seal of approval. The seal was awarded to products that passed rigorous standards set by the Good Housekeeping, allowing the company to confidently suggest dependable products to consumers.
What does the Good Housekeeping limited warranty seal mean?
Good Housekeeping bestows its limited warranty Seal on those products that have been evaluated by the Good Housekeeping Institute and been assessed to perform as intended. These judgments are the basis of the Good Housekeeping Consumers’ Refund Policy.