Read This Before You Remodel a Kitchen
If you want to improve your home, either to raise its resale value or simply improve your quality of life, there are few ways that are more effective than remodeling your kitchen. We depend on our kitchens every day to allow us to cook, store and enhance our food in a reliable and efficient way. But what if your kitchen is outdated or in a state of disrepair? Or what if your kitchen is perfectly fine on the outside but you’re simply not happy with an aspect of its design? No matter what your issue with your kitchen might be, Kurtis Kitchen and Bath can help you today.
If you’d like to improve your kitchen don’t delay. Call Kurtis Kitchen and Bath.
What is aging-in-place?
In plain English, aging-in-place means remaining in one’s home safely, independently, and comfortably, regardless of age, income, or ability level. It means the pleasure of living in a familiar environment throughout one’s maturing years, and the ability to enjoy the familiar daily rituals and the special events that enrich all our lives. It means the reassurance of being able to call a house a “home” for a lifetime.
Benefits of the CAPS Designation
Recognition for completing the only national designation program dedicated to improving the knowledge of remodelers who want to serve the fastest growing segment of the residential remodeling market
Technical knowledge to solve the remodeling needs of the aging-in-place population
Greater understanding of the aging-in-place population
The U.S.Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has recently enacted new regulations affecting contractors performing renovation work in residential dwellings or child-occupied facilities built before 1978. This regulation is called “Lead: Renovation, Repair, and Painting Program” (RRP). Beginning in April 2010, any renovation work (including painting) which disturbs painted surfaces in residential dwellings or child-occupied facilities built before 1978, must be performed by persons trained in lead-safe work practices, with specific responsibilities for a new discipline of “Certified Renovator”.
Certified Graduate Remodeler is an exclusive professional designation designed to emphasize business management skills as the key to a professional remodeling operation.
The CGR designation requires that graduates meet prescribed standards of business practice, possess a minimum of five years remodeling industry experience, have a proven track record of successful project management, complete a comprehensive education curriculum, and pledge to uphold the program’s code of ethics.