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Whether you're looking for an Energy Advisor for the Home Energy Plan, a home improvement contractor or a program ally to help your business become more energy efficient, we've got you covered.
Users of the E Pro Network Directory do so entirely at their own risk. Energy Efficiency Alberta in no way endorses, recommends, approves or certifies any of the service providers included in the E Pro Network Directory. Areas of expertise and office location information have been provided by each service provider, have not been verified, and are included for reference only.
Before hiring a participating product or service provider, read the information about steps you can take to protect yourself as a consumer noted below.
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Consumer protection Steps you can take to protect yourself as a consumer
For more information on how to protect yourself, visit our Consumer Protection page. Some contractors require a business license and some work requires a permit. Before you start working with your contractor, you should ensure that your selected contractor holds a business license if required by the municipality where work is taking place. For more information please visit:
To avoid scams while working with contractors, consumers should:
- Always insist on a written contract.
- Check references – other satisfied customers are a great sign.
- Get more than one quote from different service providers if possible.
If you have questions or concerns:
- Contact a professional or industry association such as the Electrical Contractors Association of Alberta for electrical work, the Mechanical Contractors Association of Alberta for HVAC and plumbing work, or the Association of Professional Engineers and Geoscientists of Alberta (APEGA) for Engineering work.
- Please note that most business to business transactions are not subject to consumer protection legislation. For more information visit servicealberta.ca.
If you are a product or service provider and you are unsure of the licensing and permit requirements you may find more information through Service Alberta BizPaL Online Business Permits and Licenses.