Who is The American Society of Interior Designers & How Do They Help? 

The American Society of Interior Designers (ASID) is an organization made up of designers and service providers related to the trade. The first national interior designers association was called theAmerican Institute of Decorators (AID), founded in 1931. It was later named theAmerican Institute of Interior Designers (AID). It is the oldest professional association for interior designers. In 1975 (AID) and theNational Society of Interior Designers (NSID)merged to become the American Society of Interior Designers (ASID)[1].Its more than 40,000 members engage in a variety of professional programs and activities through a network of 48 chapters throughout the United Statesand Canada

The American Society of Interior DesignersLike other National professional organizations (National Association of Realtors, Domestic Estate Management Association, etc.), ASID provides education, technical support and networking opportunities for service providers. By holding members to certain accreditation standards and ethical practices, the American Society of Interior Designers helps to raise the quality of work that they provide to their homeowners who are remodeling or building new residences.

The William C Huff Companies is privileged to work with several designers around the country who are supporting members of the American Association of Interior Designers.  We know that these designers have standards of excellence which mirror our own high standards for performance. Our solid relationships with these interior designers assures the homeowner of the best possible service.

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