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Membership in the National Association of the Remodeling Industry (NARI) is an investment in your company’s success. NARI members are committed to integrity, high standards, a Code of Ethics, training, market recognition and increased profitability. Members enjoy benefits from business rebate programs, networking opportunities, continued education, award programs, consumer awareness and national advocacy efforts.
While some remodeling projects could be done by the homeowner, more often than not, it makes sense to hire a professional.
NARI has developed the Accredited Remodeling Company program to help you easily identify remodeling companies who have met the industry standard for remodeling business management and operations.
NARI Certified Professionals have demonstrated their commitment to excellence and to validating their knowledge annually. NARI offers eight certifications that recognize that knowledge.
The experience that remodelers gain from working with materials, tools and solving problems on a day-to-day basis is invaluable. A pro can anticipate potential issues and have a backup plan just in case.
In order to be a member in good standing, NARI company members must hold the appropriate licenses and insurance as dictated by local municipal and state laws. Make sure your contractor company is also bonded and carries insurance for their crew and staff.
It may be tempting to renovate your bathroom or kitchen, but in the long run hiring a qualified remodeler may save you money.
Homeowners embark upon a project with the best of intentions only to realize they do not have the tools required, know-how needed and available time to see the project through to completion.
A key differentiator for NARI members is that they follow the code of ethics. Learn more about NARI’s purpose, values and code of ethics