Certified Graduate Remodeler (CGR): NAHB

Certified Graduate Remodeler (CGR)
National Association of Home Builders
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nahbRemodelers with at least five years of experience in the industry can apply for the Certified Graduate Remodeler (CGR) educational designation. Courses in the CGR curriculum are designed to emphasize business and project management skills as the key to a successful remodeling operation.

More and more remodelers are discovering the advantages of CGR and the marketing advantages it brings as clients recognize the “CGR initials” as the mark of professionalism in their remodeling contractor. The CGR curriculum helps you run your business more efficiently by teaching job cost procedures, accounting principles and basic contract law. Other topics covered include design, estimating and scheduling – but depend on the results of the Professional Remodeler Experience Profile, which CGR candidates complete before assembling a curriculum.

Choose Wisely: Hire a Certified Graduate Remodeler (CGR)!
Your home is probably the most significant investment you’ll ever make. You need the very best to plan and execute your remodeling or renovation project. Look for a Certified Graduate Remodeler (CGR) CGRs have earned professional designations from NAHB specific to the remodeling industry, and many are members of a local Remodelers Council, which are affiliated with NAHB Remodelers. When you hire a CGR you are doing business with an individual who is committed to continuing education and professional growth and will bring exceptional skill and knowledge to your project.

To become a CGR, a remodeler must have at least five years of experience in the industry, take a qualifying exam and successfully complete a pre-set curriculum of courses specific to the remodeling industry, including project and business management.