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Home Remodeling Certifications | Certified Kitchen Designer

NARI Certified Remodelers are professional certified remodeling contractors who provide a full range of remodeling services. To become a Certified Remodeler, candidates must demonstrate proven knowledge and skill in a broad range of business management and technical competence. Homeowners who hire a NARI Certified Remodeler can be assured that they will be working with a remodeling contractor with proven experience, a responsibility to training and a strong commitment to ethical conduct.

As a NARI certified remodeling contractors, you can be assured that you’re hiring a firm who has made a strong commitment to the profession and the craft. To be NARI-certified means that MainStreet Design Build has gone through an extensive screening process, verifying that they are full-time professional certified remodeling contractors and uphold the association’s strict Code of Ethics.  Read more.

logo-nkba Designing a well designed, functional kitchen requires specialized skills and expertise. While there are many designers who “design” kitchens, only a limited number hold credentials as Certified Kitchen Designers. MainStreet’s very own, Christine Ramaekers, CKD, is one of them.

Certified Kitchen Designers specialize in the design, planning and execution of residential kitchens, and provide advanced knowledge of technical and personal communication skills required to succeed as a design specialist, as defined by the National Kitchen and Bath Association (NKBA). To be certified, they are required to have a minimum of 7 years of experience designing residential kitchens, meet specific educational requirements and pass a comprehensive exam.

This means Christine is trained and certified to help you achieve exactly what you want in your new kitchen—from the initial plans to the detailed product selections. By working with a certified kitchen designer, and specifically Christine Ramaekers, your kitchen will accurately reflect your individual lifestyle needs, and fit the architectural design of your home.