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Certified Madwood Installers

ADVANTAGES OF HIRING A CERTIFIED MADWOOD INSTALLER?

Madwood Certified Installer Did you know that the majority of builders don’t know how to tell the difference between above ground and ground contact material? This can lead to costly failures due to misapplication. Here at Madison Wood we have taken the opportunity to create a training program available to all contractors/sales staff in contact with our product. Certified Madwood Installers have either passed the certification test with a 100% score or taken part in a group training on our product where the test was administered. This test covers best practices as well as information on grading and retention levels. When hiring a contractor it is very important that you look for the Certified Madwood Installer logo which ensures that your builder has had adequate training with our product. Hire a contractor for your next project with confidence!

HOST A TRAINING FOR YOUR SALES TEAM TODAY!

Contractors aren't the only people we recommend as Certified Madwood Installers! Nothing beats having a knowledgeable Sales Team!

Contact Phil Fortson to schedule a training at your store!

Phil Fortson Phil Fortson
540-810-0739
pforston@madwood.com

Disclaimer:
The Madwood Certified Installer program was created in order to educate end users on common misunderstandings discovered while discussing best practices and installment recommendations/requirements of our product. It is not meant to cover every aspect of the building process nor will it serve as proof that the builder is a professional on this subject. Madison Wood cannot formally guarantee nor warrantee the work or business practices of Certified Madwood Installer contractors. Madison Wood offers this training as an added supplement to contractors for the purposes of education around an industry that is ever evolving and changing. Madison Wood recommends that, prior to selecting a contractor, consumers of home improvement services perform appropriate due diligence, including checking references, verifying a contractor is licensed and insured, and verifying the contractor has experience in the furnishing of goods or services to be provided.