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Why should I choose a NARI Member?

NARI Members meet the association's stringent criteria for experience. NARI members also pledge a commitment to high standards of practice and NARI's Code of Ethics.

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What is the NARI 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 by: Promoting in good faith only those products and services which are known to be functionally and economically sound, and which are known to be consistent with objective standards of health and safety; Making all advertising and sales promotion factually accurate, avoiding those practices which tend to mislead or deceive the customer. Writing all contracts and warranties such that they comply with federal, state, and local laws. Promptly acknowledging and taking appropriate action on all customer complaints. Refraining from any act intended to restrain trade or suppress competition. Attaining and retaining insurance as required by federal, state, and local authorities. Attaining and retaining licensing and/or registration as required by federal, state, and local authorities.

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Remodeling

How much can I afford to spend for a remodeling job?

There are several ways to finance a remodeling project-cash, credit, a home equity loan, or a finance company-but for most homeowners, it's not open-ended. Find the amount that you can afford, knowing that whatever you invest in your home will be recouped in a few years or longer, when you sell it. It is reasonable to invest 10-15% of your home's value on a kitchen remodel or master bathroom suite. So if you have a $350,000 home, $35,000-$50,000 for a kitchen budget is realistic.

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How long will my project take?

Again, this depends on the size and scope of your project, and what is found during demolition. Unforeseen problems can crop up once walls are taken down that require additional work. Ask your remodeling contractor for the most reasonable timeframe and stay in touch with him or her as the project progresses, so you can plan for a finish date.

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