Q: Can someone tell me about NARI's Green Remodeling Program?
I was recently told by a contractor that he went through the NARI Green Remodeling Program. I know NARI is the National Association of the Remodeling Industry. But, what does this program entail? Can someone explain what this certification really means? Should I take this as a sign that my contractor is up to date on the latest green and sustainable home products and materials? ...I went to the NARI website, but I wasn't really satisfied with the level of detail there about this program. Thanks.
The NARI Green Remodeling Program is a 24 hour course that addresses all aspects of green remodeling. There are 16 topics which include the following:
Basic Building Science
Indoor Environmental Quality
Deconstruction vs. Demolition
Interior Materials and Finishes
The course is designed to provide the remodeler with a solid foundation in Green Remodeling. Check out www.GreenRemodeling.org, This is NARI Green Remodeling website. It has a Consumer side with articles and links that will help you go green.
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