February is MEMBERSHIP MONTH for NARI! $50 off new memberships all month long!

Who are NARI Certified Remodelers?

Deciding to remodel a home is a big decision. Outside of buying a home, it may be the single biggest investment a homeowner makes. One needs to know that the remodeling contractor chosen is a full-time, dedicated remodeling professional. NARI’s certification programs offer this assurance through an extensive screening and testing process.

Only full-time professional remodeling professionals are eligible for NARI certification. Homeowners can be assured that any time one hires a NARI Certified Pro that the individual has made a strong commitment to his or her business. Because remodeling pros are not eligible for certification until they have been actively involved in the remodeling industry for at least five years, you know that the NARI Certified Pro has had a number of years to develop the experience and skills that can only be gained through extensive hands-on practice.

Once awarded their certification, NARI Certified Pros must meet annual re-certification requirements, involving continuing education credits and participation in industry-related programs.

San Antonio NARI Certified Professionals

Certified Professional Designation Organization
Craig A Scott CR CROSS
Ross Doege CLC CROSS
Garry Turknett CLC CROSS
Keith B. Moehle CKBR, UDCP KM Builders, Inc.

About The Specific NARI Certifications

NARI’s certification program recognizes the skills and achievements of several distinct groups of remodeling professionals of particular interest to homeowners: Certified Remodeler (CR), Certified Remodeler Specialist (CRS), Certified Remodeler Associate (CRA), Master Certified Remodeler (MCR), Certified Kitchen and Bath Remodeler (CKBR), Certified Lead Carpenter (CLC), Certified Remodeler Project Manager (CRPM), Green Certified Professional (GCP), and Universal Design Certified Professional (UDCP).

Certified Remodeler (CR): a professional remodeler who provides a full range of remodeling services. Candidates must prove they possess skill and knowledge in a broad range of business management and technical skill areas.

Certified Remodeler Specialist (CRS): a professional remodeler who specializes in a specific type of work, such as concrete and masonry, electrical, insulation, mechanical systems, plumbing systems and roofing and siding.

Certified Remodeler Associate (CRA): a pro in a supporting profession such as architects, designers, manufacturers, suppliers and consultants.

Master Certified Remodeler (MCR): a CR of 10+ years who holds another NARI certification and has demonstrated leadership within NARI or within the local community.

Certified Kitchen and Bath Remodeler (CKBR): a pro who provides remodeling services specific to bathrooms and kitchens. Candidates must prove they possess skills and knowledge focused on materials, layout and installation of kitchens and bathrooms.

Certified Lead Carpenter (CLC): a hands-on field pro who oversees the technical aspect of the project, including personnel management and material flow while working on the project.

Certified Remodeler Project Manager (CRPM): a pro who oversees every administrative aspect of the project: customer satisfaction, scheduling subcontractors, record- keeping, risk management, and much more. A CRPM may work full time on one project or oversee several at one time, depending on the scope.

Green Certified Professional (GCP): a pro who considers energy efficiency, sustainability and maximizing nature’s resources and energy in an efficient and responsible manner, both in the conduct of their business and in design and construction of a client’s remodeling project.

Universal Design Certified Professional (UDCP): a pro who handles renovations that are appealing not only for “aging in place,” but for anybody who wishes to move about his or her home freely, without barrier and without giving their home that “institutional” look. Families who have members with special needs also benefit from a UDCP.

National Association of the Remodeling Industry