Printer Friendly

Case Design/Remodeling Achieves Industry Milestone with 54 NARI-certified Remodelers on Staff.

With record number of NARI certifications, Case affirms its commitment to exceptional customer service and high-quality workmanship

BETHESDA, Md. -- Case Design/Remodeling, Inc., a leading D.C. Metro area home improvement company, today announced that the company has achieved an industry milestone with 54 of its remodelers and builders attaining professional certification from the National Association of the Remodeling Industry (NARI). Of 8,200 member companies in NARI world-wide, Case employs the most certified professionals, a testament to the company's long-standing dedication to exceptional customer service and high-quality workmanship.

NARI, the only trade association dedicated exclusively to the remodeling industry, emphasizes high standards of honesty, integrity and responsibility in conducting business. Currently, Case's staff comprises two Master Certified Remodelers (MCRs), 20 Certified Kitchen and Bath Remodelers (CKBRs), 23 Certified Lead Carpenters (CLCs), 15 Certified Remodelers (CRs), and six Green Certified Professionals (GCPs). To obtain NARI certifications, remodeling professionals must undergo a variety of NARI training programs in order to pass a final exam. Through these continuing education opportunities, years of experience, and adherence to NARI's "Code of Ethics," certified remodelers bring homeowners the assurance that they are receiving the highest-quality professional services.

Dan Taddei, director of education, NARI, said, "Without a doubt, Case Design/Remodeling has instilled a very aggressive program using NARI certifications. Home remodeling is a highly competitive industry, and the best way to stay on top is through education. When hiring a certified remodeler, homeowners know they are working with an experienced, reliable professional who has a working knowledge of the latest innovations on the market and is wholly committed to the remodeling industry."

Bruce Case, president of Case Design/Remodeling, said, "At Case, we have always been dedicated to further educating and training our remodeling professionals through NARI's many programs so that we may provide our clients with superior service and guidance throughout the home remodeling process and beyond. We want our clients to understand that when they choose Case, they are receiving the best the remodeling industry has to offer."

Case's most recent NARI certification was awarded to George Weissgerber, Senior Vice President and Director of Research and Development, who was named a MCR in November of 2010. A NARI CR and CKBR, Weissgerber received the MCR honor based on his commitment to the home remodeling industry and his involvement with the NARI Metro DC.

About Case

Case Design/Remodeling, Inc. is the area's largest full service residential remodeling organization. With a focus on excellence, Case has more certified remodelers, certified kitchen and bath designers and certified lead carpenters on staff than any other remodeling organization. Case has been honored with more than 70 awards for design and craftsmanship. They are a lead certified organization and were recently named "Remodeler of the Year" by major industry publication. They are driven by a passion for helping homeowners achieve their remodeling goals and dreams and approach every job with the highest level of integrity. To learn more about Case, please visit or call 800-513-2250.
COPYRIGHT 2011 Business Wire
No portion of this article can be reproduced without the express written permission from the copyright holder.
Copyright 2011 Gale, Cengage Learning. All rights reserved.

Article Details
Printer friendly Cite/link Email Feedback
Publication:Business Wire
Geographic Code:1U5MD
Date:Feb 22, 2011
Previous Article:Lincoln Benefit Life Launches iPipeline's iGO e-App.
Next Article:Evolve Media Corp. Acquires PlayStationLifeStyle to Strengthen GameRevolution's Offerings.

Terms of use | Privacy policy | Copyright © 2018 Farlex, Inc. | Feedback | For webmasters