Consumers embarking on a home improvement project often look for ways to distinguish one remodeler from another. Being a certified NARI member sets you apart. It tells the consumer you are dedicated to a higher standard of workmanship and is a recognized badge of professionalism, craftsmanship, and integrity.

EM NARI is a non-profit membership association comprised of over 170 businesses in the Eastern Massachusetts area – representing nearly 1,000 remodeling industry professionals.  Membership is open to full-service contractors, design-build firms, manufacturers and suppliers, distributors, subcontractors, vendors and service providers, and other professionals who support the professional remodeling industry.

NARI membership dues are not deductible as a charitable contribution but may be deductible as an ordinary business expense. To the extent that NARI engages in lobbying, $13 of dues are not deductible as an ordinary and necessary business expense.

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The Value of Membership

Our members attest to the value of EM NARI in their businesses. Through EM NARI they:

  • Make connections with fellow industry professionals to share best-practices, innovative ideas and trends in the market,
  • Participate in a group that homeowners trust when searching sites such as the Massachusetts Office for Consumer Affairs and Business Regulation for ethical, high-quality contractors, 
  • Take advantage of innovative training and education programs required for maintaining licensure and designed to keep their businesses up-to-speed on the latest products, processes and techniques in the industry,
  • Develop relationships with suppliers, vendors, and other business resource professionals and,
  • Promote their businesses throughout New England through opportunities for awards and recognition.

  • Must have been in business for at least one year under the current company name.
  • Copies of applicable Mass. Home Improvement Contractor Registration and Mass. Construction Supervisors License are required with membership application.
  • Must provide proof of insurance, both Liability and Workers' Comp.
  • Must be in compliance with the NARI Code of Ethics and the association's By-Laws.
  • Trade, customer, and credit references may also be required.