- You are not required to work with a Program Registered Contractor to access Heat Pump rebates from the CleanBC Better Homes and Home Renovation Rebate Programs.
- The use of a Program Registered Contractor (PRC) will be required to receive a rebate on an insulation upgrade completed and invoiced on or after April 1, 2021.
When hiring an installer for your energy efficiency upgrades and renovations, it’s a good practice to look for an installer’s certifications and credentials. Check out our Hiring a Contractor FAQs for tips and advice when hiring a contractor.
Program Registered Contractors have completed:
- Training with FortisBC and BC Hydro on the Home Renovation Rebate Program and CleanBC Home Efficiency Rebates.
- Completed best practice training: Insulation contractors complete additional air sealing and insulation best practice training. Heat pump contractors complete additional heat pump installation best practice and building science fundamentals training.
- Registered with WorkSafeBC. Confirm the business’ current standing with WorkSafeBC prior to choosing a Program Registered Contractor.
To find a Program Registered Contractor near you, check out our Program Registered Contractor search tool.
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