Leo Lantz Construction Receives NARI Accredited Remodeling Certification (ARC)
A few months ago, we proudly announced our Certified Remodeler certification through the National Association of the Remodeling Industry (NARI). Now, we are announcing something even better. We have become an Accredited Remodeling Company!
What does it mean to be an accredited remodeler with NARI? Well, as part of NARI’s mission to continue to improve relationships between clients and contractors, as well as to continue building support for NARI members, they have created the NARI Accreditation Board. Much like the Better Business Bureau seal or the Good Housekeeping Seal of Approval, being an Accredited Remodeling Company (ARC) through NARI means that a business has a proven track record of providing high-quality service and superior construction for their clients.
To become an Accredited Remodeling Company, we had to meet a rigorous set of standards established by the third-party Accreditation Board. We had to prove that we are a viable company which follows NARI’s rigorous code of ethics, have a proper business plan and organization, have maintained all appropriate licenses, certifications, and permits necessary to run our business, and much more. In essence, we had to show that we are a solid company with the professionalism, organization, and business structures in place to make sure that our clients’ experiences run as smoothly and easily as possible.
You may be wondering why we pursued this certification when we were already recognized as a Certified Remodeler. What does it add to our company to be considered an Accredited Remodeling Company?
On our end, this gives us yet another way to show you that we intend to execute the NARI promise – “Remodeling Done Right” – by demonstrating our commitment to the highest standards of integrity and service. For you, this means that you can be assured that we have been thoroughly vetted by a third-party organization and have been approved as a high-quality, above-board remodeling business. We have continued to hold ourselves to the high standards we discussed in our previous certification post, and have voluntarily chosen to go through an even more rigorous examination process to thoroughly establish our expertise and dedication to providing you with the best service and construction work possible. Learn more in this press release.
When you are renovating your home, whether it is a single room or a whole-home upgrade, you need a team you can rely on. Our Accredited Remodeling Company certification is one more way that we can show you we are a contractor you can rely on, with professionals who are willing to go the extra mile to make your home remodeling project go smoothly. The contractor company you choose will often decide whether your project is easy and fun or a stressful event. Our NARI accreditation gives you peace of mind that you will have a good experience with us.
If you have been considering a home renovation and want to see what a NARI Accredited Remodeling Company can do for you, do not hesitate to contact Leo Lantz Construction to schedule your consultation today. We’ll answer your questions, discuss your ideas, and work with your budget and time-frame constraints to create a plan for your home remodeling project. Let us bring your renovation dreams to life, and create a space that you will love for years to come!
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Born into the contracting business, Leo’s 25+ years experience in home remodeling and years as the principal corporate officer have given him an extensive knowledge of multiple trades. He has significant experience remodeling older homes in the Richmond area and has earned the Class “A” contractor certification. He has earned the Certified Graduate Remodeler (CGR) and Certified Aging in Place (CAPS) designations from the National Association of Home Builders. He has also recently earned the Certified Kitchen & Bathroom Remodeler (CKBR), Universal Certified Design Professional (UCDP), and Certified Remodeler (CR) designations from the National Association of the the Remodeling Industry. He has served on the NKBA (National Kitchen and Bathroom Association) Advisory Council for Builders/Remodelers and currently serves on the Board of Trustees for NAHB Remodelers.
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