Undertaking a major home renovation project is often an intimidating experience for many homeowners. The costs can be very substantial and finding a competent and trustworthy contractor can be hit-and-miss with severe financial and emotional consequences if the wrong choice is made.
The Siding and Window Dealers Association of Canada is an assurance that our member dealers and contractors will deliver consistently high standards of products, installations and business ethics. Every prospective member must meet the SAWDAC membership criteria, commit to our code of ethics and sign an ironclad five-year workmanship guarantee statement.
Meeting SAWDAC's tough requirements and completing their comprehensive training program wasn't easy...But, it was the best decision I ever made for my business.
SAWDAC's nationally recognized program instills consumer confidence and my business has increased dramatically since completing my certification.
Thank you SAWDAC for making me a proud and certified professional.
Although all SAWDAC Members are active in siding, window, or premium roofing, most members also do one or more other types of renovation. The following are some other types of renovations done by SAWDAC members:
SAWDAC Joins Allies to Advocate for Investment in Residential Retrofits for Post-Pandemic Economic Recovery
Earlier this week, SAWDAC joined several other associations under the Efficiency Canada banner to make a direct appeal via a letter to the federal government about the potential role of the “energy efficiency sector” in Canada’s economic recovery in the wake of the pandemic. The focus of this appeal is on the role of home energy retrofits in job creation.
Now we need your help!
We’ve developed a one-click tool so you can send a letter to your local government representatives (MPs), inviting them to support investments and policies that increase energy efficiency and grow energy efficiency employment. Our sector, along with other industries focused on home energy efficiency (insulation, windows) can lead the charge on a clean, resilient, and durable economic recovery for Canada. We need to let our leaders know that the sector is here and ready to get to work on efficiency training, programs, and targets.
We’ve sent the message to all the relevant Ministers in the federal government about our industry’s readiness to aid in the drive to economic recovery, but this effort will be more effective if they are hearing the same from Members of Parliament across the country.
The process is easy. If you support this, simply add your name in the required fields and click send -- your message will be sent to your local federal and provincial representative. CLICK HERE