NARI PROFESSIONAL

Learn how NARI professionals differ from others in the remodeling industry.

Who Are NARI Professionals?

NARI certified professionals are:

  • Only full-time remodeling professionals.
  • Actively involved in the remodeling industry for at least two to five years
    prior to earning a certification.
  • Are granted certifications after intensive study and completion of a
    written exam.
  • Are reviewed individually by the NARI Certification Board.

The National Association of the Remodeling Industry (NARI) is an organization of high-quality remodeling industry professionals. Its members are committed to integrity, high standards, professional education and market recognition.

Industry Partner

These members allow our contractors to build a powerful network of resources, suppliers, and services to, in turn, offer consumers leading-edge technology, powerful industry influence, enhanced buying power, and access to unpublished industry adders. This benefit of membership is frequently passed along through our members and becomes a consumer’s benefit of working with a NARI Member.

Sub-Contractor

If a contractor manages the construction site, what is a subcontractor? A subcontractor works under a contractor. Here’s how it works:

  • You give the contractor a contract to build a house.
  • The contractor gives a contract to Company A to install the roof and Company B to build the walls.
  • Company A and Company B are subcontractors.

Subcontractors may be an individual or a business. In most cases, they are not considered an employee of the contractor, but rather an independent contractor. Depending on the Subcontractor Agreement, they may be responsible for providing their own materials and equipment for the task they are hired for.

If contractors are the managers, subcontractors are the workers. They tend to specialize in one area of the field, which allows them to complete your job quickly and properly. Hiring subcontractors offers numerous benefits to contractors, including the mitigation of project risks and reduction in the overall cost of the project.

Contractors and subcontractors work hand-in-hand to complete a construction project. The contractor acts as the manager of the project, serving as the central point of communication and organizer. The subcontractors complete the job.

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