Glen Head, New York – Michael Emmert from Golden-Eye Construction in New York recently earned the designation of Universal Design Certified Professional (UDCP) from the National Association of the Remodeling Industry, (NARI).
A Universal Design Certified Professional (UDCP) designation proves the remodeling contractor’s superior knowledge, technical comprehension and skill in principles attractive not only to those who wish to age-in-place but also families with special needs and families that are forward thinking. A UDCP proves knowledge in the seven principles of Universal Design, how to interview clients with an understanding and consideration of their special needs, and finally the how-to of building these projects.
“As a third-generation master carpenter, it became very apparent that when I started to grow my business, that I would make continuing education a top priority. I love the fact that our employees feel the same way and understand we’re only as good as the information we learn. NARI gives us the ability to continue our growth. I would recommend, to anyone that wants to better themselves, to take the time to go to class and earn certifications. It will not only benefit you, but it will benefit your clients.” (Michael Emmert)
NARI’s UDCP program measures skill and expertise valued not only by other professional remodelers, but by consumers as well. Highly respected by those who have achieved the designation, the UDCP program identifies professional remodelers who have undergone comprehensive review and testing in areas of universal design/remodeling. In addition, they must also adhere to NARI’s strict Standards of Practice and Code of Ethics.
NARI is a professional association whose members voluntarily subscribe to a strict code of ethics. Consumers may wish to search www.RemodelToday.com to find a qualified professional who is a member of NARI.
About Golden-Eye Construction: Golden-Eye Construction has become a leader in its marketplace. The company now has more certified employees then any other company on long Island. Michael Emmert also is a certified Remodeler CR, Kitchen and bath Certified remodeler CKBR as well as Universal design professional UDCP.
About NARI: The National Association of the Remodeling Industry (NARI) is the premier association of remodeling professionals and industry experts dedicated to advancing the professionalism of the remodeling industry and educating the public on the benefits of using a qualified professional. NARI has 6,000 member contractors, suppliers and service providers and 47 chapters across the U.S. NARI members adhere to a Code of Ethics and together as an industry promote “Remodeling Done Right™. Learn more about NARI and how to find a qualified professional remodeler at NARI.org.