Get To Know This Kitchen And Bath Industry Leader

Designers can become certified based on their experience level and expertise for Associate Kitchen and Bath Designer (AKBD), Certified Kitchen Designer (CKD), Certified Bath Designer (CBD) and Certified Master Kitchen and Bath Designer (CMKBD).  

Each NKBA certification requires testing, different levels of work experience and coursework.  Certified members are also required to maintain CEU’s, Continuing Education Units, to ensure that they are up-to-date with codes, regulations, trends and more.  

What I know about NKBA

I myself owe a great deal of gratitude for the support of my local NKBA chapter and the resources of the National organization for helping me with professional growth and awareness of issues that affect the industry and our dear clients.

Passionate for Kitchens and Baths

So what am I trying to tell you with all of this NKBA goodness?  These are individuals that you want on your team!  

From what I have seen over the years, NKBA affiliated professionals have some of the deepest passion and excitement for the industry.  Passionate people make great partners in any facet of life including designing kitchens and baths.

Path to Success

So if you are looking for a professional partner to assist you with your kitchen or bath project, who has intentions of success and great experience, knowledge and experience, ask if they are NKBA members or certified members.  It will at least get the conversation going on the path to success.  Good Luck!

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