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Remodelers Council

Overview

Peninsula Remodelor Council | Peninsula Housing & Builders AssociationA group of business owners founded the Peninsula Remodelers Council in 1980 to promote professionalism, integrity and quality work within the remodeling industry. Pledging to adhere to a Code of Ethics, members wanted to make it easier for the public to hire qualified and honest contractors. Today, PRC is made up of remodelers, subcontractors and suppliers who also are members of the Peninsula Housing & Builders Association, as well as NAHB Remodelers.

NAHB Remodelers of the National Association of Home Builders, founded in 1982, represents and serves the interests of more than 24,000 remodeling industry members across the nation. Members can access valuable resources and have opportunities to network with others in the remodeling industry.

The Peninsula Remodelers Council strives to counsel consumers by providing information about how to select and interview a contractor and what to expect during a remodeling project.

Remodeling a home can add more space for a growing family, meet the needs of an aging population and increase a home’s resale value. As the remodeling industry grows, the Peninsula Remodelers Council will continue to offer tips on how to plan for improvements and select a qualified remodeler to take the guesswork and surprises out of your remodeling experience.

Steve Causey, Causey Contracting. is the current chairman of the local council. For more information, contact the Peninsula Remodelers Council of the Peninsula Housing & Builders Association at (757) 595-1600.

Home RemodelingCode of Ethics
The Peninsula Remodelers Council was formed to promote quality remodeling and renovations by home improvement firms on the Peninsula. It is the area’s only remodeler organization sanctioned by both the National Association of Home Builders and the Peninsula Housing & Builders Association. All Peninsula Remodeler Council members pledge to:

  1. 1. Serve the best interest of their customers.
  2. 2. Accurately and honestly describe the price, materials and quality of workmanship used in their jobs.
  3. 3. Use only materials equal to or exceeding the quality of those specified in the contract.
  4. 4. Start the construction process as soon as feasible upon award of a contract and proceed diligently to complete the project without unnecessary delays.
  5. 5. Conduct their business operation in a manner that will reflect credit upon the remodeling industry in general and the Council in particular.
  6. 6. Issue a warranty covering materials and workmanship for a one (1) year period after completion of the work, with the exception of damage caused by normal shrinkage, wear and tear, abuse or acts of God.



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