Closet Remodeling - Interior Design
Awards & Certificates
As a small, privately owned, local company, we take great pride in sharing news about the awards and certifications we have earned over the years. We think we have done quite well as a mom and pop business competing against those larger, closet franchises!
CotY Awards: For instance, we have earned the “Contractor of the Year” award five years in a row! These awards came from the BucksMont chapter of NARI, and were in the Interior Design / Space Planning category.
Top Shelf Design Awards: Our closet remodeling designer, Janet Stevenson, also received awards in this national competition sponsored by CLOSETS magazine for THREE years in a row.
Houzz Service & Design Awards: We are a member of the Houzz community. Houzz is a free online tool for homeowners to find pros to perform various home improvements. Our page, Closets & Cabinetry by Closet City, provides visitors with a wealth of photo idea books for inspiration. The page also features numerous reviews from previous clients. We were recognized by Houzz with “Service” badges in 2015, 2016, and 2017. “This pro was rated at the highest level for client satisfaction by the Houzz community.” We also were awarded Houzz “Design” badges in 2013, 2014, and in 2015. “This pro’s portfolio was voted most popular by the Houzz community.”
EPA Lead Safe Certified Renovator
In March 2010, we completed the required training to become a US Environmental Protection Agency Lead Safe Certified Firm. The EPA’s Renovation, Repair, and Painting regulations went into effect on April 22, 2010. These regulations apply to contractors performing renovations to homes and child occupied facilities that were built prior to 1978. (This is when production of lead based paint was banned.) Anyone working on pre-1978 housing is required to be certified by the EPA in the use of lead safe work practices. The entire scope of the regulation is available at www.epa.gov/lead/. Because of our EPA accreditation, we hope you will consider us when hiring a closet installation company. We not only provide quality materials and craftsmanship, but we also do our work in an environmentally safe manner.
We at Closet City are proud to be a member of these closet, design, and building associations. Did you know that we were also featured in print and online magazine publications, as well as on an HGTV home improvement show? And, we take pride in the work we have done for our many satisfied customers.
Association of Closet & Storage Professionals (ACSP): The ACSP is dedicated to creating standards, guidelines, and an ethics code for the closet and storage industry. They also insure that clients who work with an ACSP member receive a professional experience, product, and installation. And, we have been a member from the very beginning of the ACSP!
National Association of The Remodeling Industry (NARI): The members of NARI focus on professional conduct, continuing education and training, and fair and ethical treatment within the industry. Our designer, Janet Stevenson, takes great pride in serving as a NARI board member for the Bucks Mont Chapter.
International Furnishings and Design Association (IFDA): The IFDA is a world wide professional alliance of members who provide services and products to the furnishings and design industry. We have been a member of the IFDA Philadelphia Chapter for many years.
American Society of Interior Design (ASID): This society is the largest residential and commercial membership organization for interior designers. And again, we have been a member of their Pennsylvania East chapter for many years.
We would love to work with you on your next interior renovation project, and look forward to hearing from you soon! All you need to do is to give us a call or complete the easy contact form within this website. Who knows, the project we do for you may very well be our next award winner!
Readers of House & Home magazine in Bucks and Montgomery Counties (PA) were asked to vote for local home improvement companies in various categories by going to the magazine's website and voting online. Votes were tabulated and published in each November county/regional edition. That's two years in a row that we've won this "best of" award!