• Meet and adhere to prescribed standards of business

  • Possess a minimum five years remodeling industry experience

  • Obtain a proven track record of successful project management

  • Pass a comprehensive education curriculum

  • Pledge to uphold the Code of Ethics

Certified Aging in Place Specialist

If you're like the majority of Americans over the age of 45, you want to continue living in a familiar environment throughout your maturing years. According to the AARP, older homeowners overwhelmingly prefer to age in place, which means living in your home safely, independently and comfortably, regardless of age or ability level. To age-in-place you will probably need to modify your house as you mature to increase access and maneuverability. These modifications range from the installation of bath and shower grab bars and adjustment of countertop heights to the creation of multifunctional first floor master suites and the installation of private elevators. The NAHB Remodelers of the National Association of Home Builders (NAHB) in collaboration with the NAHB Research Center, NAHB Seniors Housing Council, and AARP developed the Certified Aging-In-Place Specialist (CAPS) program to address the growing number of consumers that will soon require these modifications.

A Certified Aging-in-Place Specialist (CAPS) has been trained in:

  • The unique needs of the older adult population

  • Aging-in-place home modifications

  • Common remodeling projects

  • Solutions to common barriers

Green Building

The process of green building incorporates environmental considerations into every phase of the home building process. That means that during the design, construction, and operation of a home, energy and water efficiency, lot development, resource efficient building design and materials, indoor air quality, homeowner maintenance, and the home’s overall impact on the environment are all taken into account.

Homeowners can realize direct benefits by owning a green home:

  • Lower operating costs for fuel and, electricity, water and sewer utilities

  • Increased comfort through more even temperatures, fewer drafts, and more even humidity control, and better in-door air quality

  • Enhanced durability of building components and lower maintenance

EPA Lead-Based Paint Renovation, Repair, and Painting Program Certification requirements:

  • Necessary to perform work on homes built prior to 1978

  • Educate customers on dangers of lead paint and EPA’s “Renovate Right” program

  •  Train employees using EPA guidelines

  • Ensure proper set up for containment of dust

  •  Follow clean up procedures

  •  Keep records of each job


  • 2007 Rehoboth Town & Cottage Award

  • 2014 Regal Award for Best Kitchen and Bathroom Remodeling Project

  • 2015 Best Residential Addition/Alteration