• You are required to work with a Home Performance Contractor Network member to access Heat Pump rebates from the CleanBC Better Homes and Home Renovation Rebate Programs.

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.

Home Performance Contractor Network members have completed:

  • Training 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 practices and building science fundamentals training.
  • Registered with WorkSafeBC. Confirm the business’ current standing with WorkSafeBC prior to choosing a Home Performance Contractor Network member.

To find a Home Performance Contractor Network member near you, check out our Find a Contractor search tool.

Did you see a building science or energy efficiency term you did not understand? Check out our glossary.