When you hire a residential home improvement contractor, you’re “handing over the keys” to a sacred space — your home. Homeowners trust NARI members to transform their houses into dream homes and care for one of their largest assets.
Before being accepted into NARI, contractor members must be working in the remodeling industry for at least one year and pass a thorough screening and ethics review process.
NARI maintains a member-run review board to ensure consistency. Hiring a NARI Metro DC member assures you that you have an experienced firm committed to high quality and high ethics.
Additionally, NARI is committed to educating trade professionals through a variety of formats including classroom, virtual classrooms, webinars, hands-on training, online publications, and various programs.
For the last decade, NARI’s certification programs have provided the remodeling industry with a formalized standard for expertise, knowledge, and ethical conduct among professional remodelers.
NARI certifications give homeowners assurance by recognizing remodelers who have undergone detailed review and testing in areas of business management, ethical conduct and technical skills.
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.