Architectural Films Certification (Resurfacing)

Do you think you’re good? Prove it. PDAA* Certification shows you can handle any installation job with confidence. The Architectural Films (Resurfacing) designation shows you can handle any resurfacing film in a typical interior design setting.

*PDAA stands for Professional Decal Application Alliance

Architectural Films:  ResurfacingThe Architectural Films (Resurfacing) designation starts by attending a training and certification event conducted in partnership with 3M™ with DI-NOC™ film. DI-NOC™ is for refreshing doors, cabinets, millwork, etc. PDAA has partnered with 3M™ DI-NOC™ and its Architectural Finishes Preferred Installer Training program. Installers are given the tools and techniques to confidently repair surfaces and apply 3M™ DI-NOC™ film. At the end of the two-day training, you will take a test (one day) on what you’ve learned. Passing the test confers the title of 3M™ DI-NOC™ Architectural Finishes Preferred Installer and PDAA Architectural Films (Resurfacing).

PDAA Certification Means Business

For years, PDAA Master Certified has been the only certification not tied to any vinyl manufacturer. The testing has been rigorous, and the nationwide listing on Find an Installer* has been the gold standard connecting end-users/customers with this installer group.

“As soon as I got put on the Find an Installer list on the PRINTING United website, I began to get phone calls for quotes on installs. I get calls frequently!” — Kristen Lanzarone-Scribner, WrapStar Pro (Sacramento, Calif.)*

*Listing on the PDAA Find a Certified Installer website is exclusively for PRINTING United Alliance corporate members.