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The process of becoming a professional interior designer requires much training. And this is not a one and done occurrence – there are always new rules and regulations that must be learned to stay at the top of the field. Also, many states require the passage of tests, such as California, Florida, and Texas, to prove your knowledge is adequate to receive a state-sanctioned license. And a state license is needed for every job.
Because of this, you will want the plans, blueprints, etc. that you produce to be marked in such a way that will reflect the fact that it is your hard work that associates are viewing. That is where Winmark can help with our Interior Design Stamps.
We are pleased to offer the stamps and seals for those with an interior design license that will meet your marking needs – hand stamps, self-inking stamps and pre-inked stamps that are easy to carry in your pocket or a bag. Handheld and desktop embossers that offer an indentation that is impossible to erase.
Our interior design stamps and seals are made with durable materials which are designed to last for many years. And, in the vast majority of cases, we can customize them for you at no extra charge, especially if you have an active interior design license! We have made it our goal to stay as current as possible with each state’s requirements for stamp and seal specifications; however, if you receive information from your state that changes our specs, please let us know so we can correct and update this information in our system.
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