At CORE Remodeling Services, we pride ourselves on bringing professionalism to a trade that has a well-earned, poor reputation. CORE Remodeling Services is a Fully Licensed Home Improvement Contractor and Remodeler. Read below the importance of hiring a fully licensed and insured contractor.

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The Official Website of the Office of Consumer Affairs & Business Regulation

The Office of Consumer Affairs and Business Regulation regulates the registration of contractors performing improvements or renovations on detached one to four family homes. Prior to performing work on such homes, a contractor must be registered as a Home Improvement Contractor ("HIC"). CORE Remodeling Services, Inc. is a registered home improvement contractor. CORE’s Home Improvement Contractor Registration # 180631

The Official Website of the Executive Office of Public Safety and Security

The Office of Public Safety and Security requires for one and two-family houses of any size: A person with a MA construction supervisor license (CSL) is to provide construction oversight, with few exceptions. For most work on existing one-to-four family owner-occupied dwellings, a contractor must also register with the Office of Consumer Affairs home improvement program. For buildings less than 35,000 cu ft: A person with a MA construction supervisor license (CSL) is required to provide construction oversight including for manufactured buildings. CORE’s Construction Supervisor License #108135


The Official Website of the EPA: (RRP Rule) Renovation, Repair and Painting Program  

U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) regulations created a federal law called Renovation, Repair, and Painting Rule (RRP) in 2008. This law requires In the RRP law the EPA called for all remodelers who intend to work in pre-1978 homes and who might disturb painted surfaces to register their company and complete an 8-hour training "Lead Safe Work Practices" class and certification course with an accredited trainer. The initial course is good for five years and then contractors must renew with a refresher course prior to expiration. The course teaches remodelers how to safely contain lead in a home as it is being disturbed and reduce exposure to residents and workers. CORE’s Lead Safe Renovation License #LR001454


Under the OSH Act, employers are responsible for providing a safe and healthful workplace. OSHA's mission is to assure safe and healthful workplaces by setting and enforcing standards, and by providing training, outreach, education and assistance. Employers must comply with all applicable OSHA standards. Employers must also comply with the General Duty Clause of the OSHA Act, which requires employers to keep their workplace free of serious recognized hazards. CORE Remodeling Services, Inc. is OSHA certified.


CORE Remodeling Services, Inc. joined NARI to promote professionalism within our trade and to keep up with the latest techniques and technology. Remodelers who want to become NARI members must be licensed by their state and/or local government where required, and pass a selective screening process. My being a NARI member lets you know that our company will work within high standards of honesty, integrity and responsibility to ensure that every project is planned well and done right.


CORE Remodeling Services, Inc. is now part of the GuildQuality members community. GuildQuality members are quality-minded remodelers, homebuilders, and home services companies. As a member we believe that the ability to deliver consistently exceptional customer experience is important to our long-term success. We receive authentic feedback in real-time, web-based reports with our customer feedback and our performance. To be certain that we stay Extraordinary to the CORE, we take these survey results and analyze them.


CORE Remodeling Services, Inc. projects are overseen by a NARI Certified Project Manager. Certified Remodeling Project Manager certification is to complete a qualification form, which outlines an individual’s background of experience and education in remodeling. Eligibility requirements include working full time in the remodeling field for at least two years and passing a comprehensive assessment exam. CORE’s Certified Project Manager has over 25 years remodeling experience. Preparation for this exam takes up to 8 weeks of intensive study, offered through NARI’s study group programs, to prepare them for the written examination.