Affiliations & Certifications

HBA

Watermark & Company is an active member of the Home Builders Association of Greater Austin (HBA).

Our association with the HBA ensures that we are dedicated to educating our clients on all aspects of their custom home building projects. Additionally, Watermark & Company participates in regular continuing education opportunities offered by the HBA, including the recent Green Boots series, which highlighted numerous aspects of green building practices.

NARI

Watermark & Company is a proud member of the Austin chapter of the National Association of the Remodeling Industry (NARI), which is the only independent national association dedicated solely to the remodeling industry.

Only full-time, professional remodeling contractors are eligible for certification by the National Association of the Remodeling Industry. Our NARI affiliation means that we have received in-depth training, acquired extensive knowledge of the industry, sound business practices and are committed to professional conduct. NARI puts its members and Certified Remodelers through a rigorous testing and screening process to ensure that their work is the best in the industry.

AIA

Watermark & Company is honored to be an affiliate member of the Austin chapter of the American Institute of Architects (AIA).

As a member, Watermark & Company is bound to adhere to the AIA’s Code of Ethics, which provides that members of the American Institute of Architects are dedicated to the highest standards of professionalism, integrity, and competence. Further, our membership in the AIA allows Watermark & Company to maintain strong relationships with Austin-area architects and designers.

EPA LEAD-SAFE Certification

Watermark & Company is an EPA Lead-Safe Certified Firm (NAT-49870-1).

Over 80% of all housing in the U.S. built before 1978 contains some lead-based paint on the interior or exterior. If managed properly, lead-based paint that is in good condition is usually not a hazard. If allowed to deteriorate, however, lead from the paint or lead dust can create serious health hazards. Similarly, without proper precautions, renovations of surfaces with lead-based paint release lead dust.

To obtain a certification or license, most states require applicants to meet three standards. One standard requires an applicant to possess certain experience and/or skills. Second, an applicant is required to be trained to conduct specific lead-related tasks. The training an applicant receives typically must be approved by the state or an organization recognized by the state. The third and final means to ensure the competency of an applicant is a certification exam.

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