Professional designations awarded from leading national organizations helps you,the consumer, determine which remodeling contractor you can count on to do a professional job. You can be assured that he or she understands the value of continuing education and is ready to do his or her best for you.
The Houzz Influencer badge is given to pros whose advice and knowledgeable posts are most appreciated by the Houzz community.
Best of Houzz, 2014, 2015
Member of AM Spirit Business Connections, 2013 – Present
Angie’s List Honor Roll 2013, 2014, 2015
Cook Remodeling featured in Angie’s List Magazine, September 2013, Enlisting the Experts issue, pg. 13
Best of Arizona Businesses, Ranking Arizona Number 1 Kitchen & Bath Remodeling Company, Cook Remodeling and Custom Construction, February 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012
Angie’s List National Super Service Award, given to top 5% of companies for excellence in customer service, Cook Remodeling and Custom Construction, 2006, 2008, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2015 for both categories: home remodeling, and kitchen remodeling & bathroom remodeling
Featured in national Signature Kitchen & Bath Magazine, winter 2008, 2010, 2011, 2012 issues.
Phoenix Remodeling Market Leader, Professional Remodeling Magazine, June 2011, 2008
National Top 500 Remodeler, Qualified Remodeler Magazine 2008, 2007
Comerica Bank Arizona Companies to Watch Finalist, 2008
East Valley Living Online Magazine Article, “Cook Remodeling Foresees Going Green for its Valley Customers”, May 30, 2008
Best Project over $150,000, Professional Builders Council, 2006-2007
Remodeler of the Year, Professional Remodeling Council, 2005
Best of Arizona Businesses, Ranking Arizona’s Top Ten Remodeling Company, February 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013
Received certification to conduct lead-based paint renovation and repair, January 26, 2010. Certificate Number: R-I-18506-10-00374
Phoenix Business Journal’s Top Custom Home Builders List
What is a Certified Graduate Remodeler (CGR) Designation?
The CGR designation is an exclusive professional recognition awarded by the National Association of Home Builders and Remodelers to those remodelers who demonstrate exceptional business integrity, technical competence, and a solid track record of customer satisfaction. To qualify, letters of recommendation, proof of licensing and insurance, and agreement to a strict Code of Ethics must be provided. Ongoing education is required to keep current with product and technology development.
Jeff Cook was designated a Certified Graduate Remodeler in 2004.
What is a Certified Aging in Place Specialist? (CAPS)
The CAPS designation awarded National Association of Home Builders and Remodelers are national credentials, which recognize a high level of professional expertise in the area of Universal Design. Recipients have completed specialized training and passed an exam demonstrating proficiency in the evaluation and strategic design and building of aesthetically enriching, barrier-free living environments, planning for physical and mobility changes that occur with aging. To earn the certification, one must complete a series of coursework, pass an exam, and commit to ongoing education to keep current with strategies and products available to help homes be accessible, and maximize the length of time homeowners can safely live independently.
Janet B. Cook was designated a Certified Aging in Place Specialist in 2003.
Screened and approved by HomeAdvisor, which has one of the industry’s most comprehensive screening processes, with more than 2 million screened pros across the country.