National ASSOCIATION of Home Builders CERTIFICATION and Credentials

NAHB Certified Graduated Builder

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NAHB Certified Aging-in-Place Specialist

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CAPS,  A Certified Aging-in-Place Specialist professional is trained in common remodeling projects to provide a complete aging in place solution for an independent life in your current home.  But, it doesn’t stop with  

design, it provides a complete aging in place solution to address the unique needs of the older adult population.

NAHB Certified Graduated Remodeler

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Designs and Concepts to help older adults and people with special needs to safely remain in their homes 

NAHB Green Professional

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CGP- A Certified Green Professional individual understands that combining good, cost-effective building science with the most optimal products and materials can help create a home that’s healthier, more efficient and more environmentally friendly.

LEED HOME Credential

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As a credentialed professional, possesses the knowledge and skills necessary to participate in the design process, support and encourage integrated design, and to streamline the LEED application and certification process.

Texas Licensed Irrigator

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Licensed to design and install landscape irrigation  to meet the needs of Texas weather challenges.

NAHB Certified Builder

Certified Aging in Place Specialist (CAPS)

 CAPS,  A Certified Aging-in-Place Specialist professional is trained in common remodeling projects to provide a complete aging in place solution for an independent life in your current home.  But, it doesn’t stop with  

design, it provides a complete againg in place solution to address the unique needs of the older adult population.

NAHB Certified Remodeler

NAHB Green Professional

 

 

Knowledge, Skills, Experience working with Certified Green Professional 

CGP-tertified individuals understand that combining good, cost-effective building science with the most optimal products and materials can help create a home that’s healthier, more efficient and more environmentally friendly.

By undergoing training that incorporates elements of the National Green Building Standard, CGPs learn how to lower utility bills through energy-efficient designs and appliances; reduce water use through fixture selection, and lot and site design; improve indoor environmental quality via enhanced ventilation; and reduce the environmental impact by incorporating sustainable and locally sourced products.


  Trying to build or renovate a home to be green can be a complex , confusing process without some professional guidance. Terminology such as low-E windows, dual-flush toilets, tankless water heaters and ENERGY STAR ratings doesn’t make a lot of sense without some explanation, and with the ever-growing number of products on the market today promoted as “green,” it’s hard to know which ones will actually achieve your goals.  



LEED Home Credential

Texas Licensed Irrigator