New Year, New Home: Energy Savings Projects to Tackle in 2017

Depending on your local climate and home structure, energy use can be an escalating concern for home owners. In, just under half (42 percent) of home energy costs stem from heating and cooling, with energy use (and related costs) expected to increase by another 2.4 percent this winter alone.

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NARI Omaha Announces First Female Board President

Women in the Remodeling Industry continue to make an impact. More and more women are attracted to remodeling and construction as expansion and new opportunities are created.

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Certification Board – Annual Meeting Part Two

Part One of this post described the work the Certification Board did regarding the certification exams and standards. In addition to working on materials and standards, the Certification Board also spends some time to look forward, asking, “What does NARI need to do to make the programs better, available, and profitable?” Below are highlights from the meeting and how the Board is looking for ways to improve.

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New NARI Certified Professionals Announced

A NARI certification identifies remodelers who go the extra step to develop the skills and knowledge that deliver on the promise of Remodeling Done Right. We would like to acknowledges the following members for their personal achievements, improved level of practice and role as a leader in our industry.

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NARI Members Present at KBIS 2017 in Orlando, Florida

KBIS 2017 kicks off next week in Orlando, Florida at the Orange County Convention Center. NARI members will present on a wide range of topics and how to create the best living spaces possible. Remodeling Done Right is NARI’s tagline, and the series seminars at next week’s KBIS conference demonstrate NARI members’ commitment to professionalism and the industry.

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H.R. 33 to Reduce Regulatory Burden on Small Businesses

The National Association of the Remodeling Industry (NARI) commends Small Business Committee Chairman Steve Chabot (R-OH) on his reintroduction of the Small Business Regulatory Flexibility Improvements Act, H.R. 33.

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