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The National Association of Home Builders (NAHB) is the largest housing trade association in the United States. We represent the craftsman, innovators and problem solvers who build homes, enrich communities and change lives.

Operating at the local, state and national levels, the NAHB federation helps its members achieve professional success through knowledge building, networking opportunities, access to industry experts, advocacy efforts and savings programs. NAHB strives to protect the American Dream of housing opportunities for all.
The National Association of the Remodeling Industry (NARI) is the only independent not-for-profit trade association dedicated to the remodeling industry with more than 50 years of industry experience. NARI represents professional remodeling contractors, product manufacturers, distributors, wholesalers, trade publications, utilities and lending institutions. NARI is committed to enhancing the professionalism of the remodeling industry and serving as an ally to homeowners.

Mission
To advance and promote the remodeling industry's professionalism, product and vital public purpose.

NARI's Code of Ethics
Each member of the National Association of the Remodeling Industry is pledged to observe high standards of honesty, integrity and responsibility in the conduct of business. Visit http://www.nari.org/about/ethics/ to see the complete list of standards NARI members live by.

NARI connects the remodel-ready homeowner with ethical remodeling contractors who are committed to continued education and professionalism in the remodeling industry. For more information or to locate a NARI professional in your area visit https://www.nari.org/search/address/, call (847) 298-9200 or e-mail info@nari.org.

Consumer resources from NARI
NARI strives to educate and arm homeowners with resources needed to ensure a successful remodeling experience.

From the initial planning phase, homeowners should be considering a few important project components before selecting a professional ( http://www.nari.org/homeowners/selecting/). Next, there are a few warning signs ( http://www.nari.org/homeowners/warnings/) to look for during interviews with remodelers that identify which contractors to avoid. Finally, one of the most important aspects of remodeling is setting a budget. Here are a couple tips to setting a viable budget ( http://bit.ly/PVEcRv) for your remodeling project.
The Greater Atlanta Home Builders Association (HBA) is a not-for-profit professional trade association dedicated to promoting, protecting and preserving the homebuilding industry as a viable economic force in the Atlanta area. The HBA was founded in 1945 by a group of builders looking for an organization to serve their interests and needs within the homebuilding industry.
The Home Builders Association of Georgia (HBAG), is part of a three-tiered federation of organizations who share a common mission: To serve the housing industry and provide expanding opportunities for all consumers to have safe, decent, and affordable housing.
Remodeling experts from the National Association of Home Builders.

NAHB Remodelers members bring craftsmanship, customer service and professionalism to home remodels and renovations. Each member pledges to uphold a code of ethics that commits to honesty, integrity, and excellent customer service.

Your home is probably the most significant investment you'll ever make. To learn more about planning a successful home remodel and the benefits of hiring a professional remodeler, visit nahb.org/remodel.

Members often choose to pursue professional education from NAHB such as Certified Graduate Remodeler (CGR), Graduate Master Remodeler (GMR), Certified Green Professional (CGP), and Certified Aging-in-Place Specialist (CAPS). When you hire a remodeler or contractor with these designations, you are doing business with an individual who is committed to continuing education and professional growth and will bring specialized skills and knowledge to your project.
Home owners that are looking for ways to save energy and be kind to the environment when they build, remodel or renovate a home should consider seeking help from a Certified Green Professional (CGP).

Home builders, remodelers, designers, and contractors with the CGP educational designation understand green building. Today, there are 3,000 CGPs in the business of helping consumers build a new home or remodel their existing one.

These professionals know how to combine cost-effective building science with an ever-expanding selection of products and materials to build or remodel a home with sustainability in mind. They are trained to incorporate energy, water and resource efficiency, improved indoor environmental quality and sustainable and locally sourced products into their projects — and to teach you how to best take advantage of these features.
The NAHB Remodelers of the National Association of Home Builders (NAHB) in collaboration with Home Innovation Research Labs, NAHB 55+ Housing Industry Council, and AARP developed the Certified Aging-In-Place Specialist (CAPS) program. CAPS professionals have the answers to your questions. They have been taught the strategies and techniques for designing and building aesthetically enriching, barrier-free living environments.

The CAPS program goes beyond design to address the codes and standards, common remodeling expenditures and projects, product ideas, and resources needed to provide comprehensive and practical aging-in-place solutions. CAPS graduates pledge to uphold a code of ethics and are required to maintain their designation by attending continuing education programs and participating in community service.