Programs for ICC Building Code (IRC/IBC) Qualification
Keystone is a National Fenestration Rating Council (NFRC) licensed Inspection Agency (IA). The NFRC Certification Program offers fenestration (window and door) manufacturers a third party verified, nationally-recognized method for demonstrating product U Factor and Solar Heat Gain Coefficient (SHGC) as required by IRC Chapter 11 "Energy Efficiency".
The Keystone Structural and Impact Performance Certification Program is accredited by the American National Standards Institute (ANSI), and offers fenestration product manufacturers a third party verified, nationally-recognized method for demonstrating window, door, and skylight design pressure and resistance to flying debris resulting from hurricanes as required by IRC Chapter Chapter 6 "Wall Construction".
The Keystone Quality Assurance Program is accredited by the International Accreditation Service (IAS), is officially recognized by the Florida State Building Commission for demonstrating compliance with the third-party quality assurance requirements of the Florida State Product Approval Rule 9N-3 and ICC Evaluation Reports.
Innovating to simplify how metal roof covering manufacturers demonstrate International Code Council IRC & IBC compliance. Keystone engineers assess compliance with this Program and ICC AC166, Acceptance Criteria for Metal Roof Coverings requirements and issue industry-leading Evaluation Reports.