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Door Dealer Accreditation

Accreditation by IDEA validates those who have made the commitment and taken action to establish their companies as professional door systems dealers.

  • Instructions

  • Complete the following application and return it to IDEA with your payment as selected below. If you are selecting the payment plan, you will receive your Study Guide upon receipt of this application and initial payment. Testing will not be permitted until payment in full is received.

  • Step 1 - Tell Us About Yourself and Your Company

  • Step 2 - Reserve Your Exam Date(s) and Location(s)

  • If you do not know the dates or locations that you would like to take your written exams, you may leave this section blank. Be sure to call IDEA at 937-698-1027 at least 10 days in advance of your desired testing venue.
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  • Step 3 - Payment Method

  • Accreditation Fee: $750
    Includes Study Guide, Testing, and Accreditation

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  • This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.
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Product Description

Consumers have many choices when it comes to door and access systems. However, most have little firsthand experience in purchasing or servicing these products. When it comes time to call for service or purchase a new garage door, many homeowners are doing so for the first time. The wide assortment of choices can lead to confusion for those unfamiliar with these products.

Accreditation by the Institute of Door Dealer Education and Accreditation (IDEA) is intended to assist the general public in the selection of a qualified, professional door systems dealer when purchasing, servicing, or installing an overhead door, automatic gate operator, fire door and other industry products. IDEA Accreditation enables professional door companies to be more easily recognized by the public. Companies earning the Accreditation seal have demonstrated a commitment to industry excellence by completing a demanding study course, documenting good business practices and receiving recommendations from others with whom they do business.

Accreditation is not a warranty, but it’s the best means available today to assist the public in becoming informed customers when their needs lead them to our industry.