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CHBA Initiatives

Are you looking to make your home more comfortable, safe, and accessible? Whether it is due to a sudden injury, disability, or simply the desire to live in your home for as long as possible – an Adaptiv Home Renovation can help. A Qualified Adaptiv Home Specialist can review the home for safety and accessibility and propose responsive design solutions.

LEEP accelerates energy efficient construction by enabling builders and renovators to reduce their time and risk identifying, exploring, and adopting innovations in the residential construction industry. Initiated by Natural Resources Canada (NRCan) years ago, LEEP assists with bringing innovation into the market in a well thought-out and responsive way.

Unlock the door to productivity! Modular and off-site construction systems can help us build more homes in less time, with more climate resilience and a smaller carbon footprint.

Net Zero Homes, whether new or renovated, produce as much clean energy as they consume. The CHBA Net Zero Home Labelling Program provides the industry and consumers with a clearly defined and rigorous two-tiered technical requirement that recognizes Net Zero and Net Zero Ready Homes, and the builders and renovators who provide them.

RenoMark identifies professional contractors who have agreed to abide by a renovation-specific Code of Conduct, so that homeowners can have confidence in their renovation professional. The Renovators' Mark of Excellence logo makes it easy for homeowners to identify participating professional renovators who have agreed to provide a superior level of service.