The National Kitchen & Bath Association (NKBA) is a not-for-profit trade association that represents the kitchen and bath industry. NKBA’s certification program offers continuing education and career development and includes designers and professionals in all segments of the kitchen and bath industry. The organization is a leading advocate of Universal design, the principles which allow best use of kitchens and baths by disabled and aging residents
The Better Business Bureau (BBB), founded in 1912, is a non-profit organization focused on advancing marketplace trust. The BBB serves as an intermediary between consumers and businesses, handling over 885,000 consumer disputes against businesses in 2013, of which close to 78% were settled nearly 400,000 local businesses in North America support the BBB. The BBB prospects successfully vetted businesses to become dues-paying Accredited Businesses that pledge and continue to adhere to the BBB Code of Business Practices
The company began as an online community of homeowners, sharing reviews of their personal experience to help other homeowners find reputable contractors. Each review can contain details on the delivery of the work, contractor’s work habits and the quality of the follow-up. Similar to other review sites such as TripAdvisor, contractors are able to respond to any reviews that are written about them.
As the regulator of Ontario’s new home building industry, Tarion registers new home builders and vendors, enrols new homes for warranty coverage, investigates illegal building practices, resolves warranty disputes between builders/vendors and homeowners, and promotes high standards of construction among Ontario’s new home builders. Tarion also works with the building industry to help educate new home buyers about their warranty rights, and about how to protect and maintain their warranty. Builders must meet the standards listed in the Construction Performance Guidelines, 3rd Edition
- Licensed in the Town of Oakville, Halton Hills and Burlington
- Tarion Home Warranty
- Oakville Chamber of Commerce
- Mississauga Business License
Business Insurance requirements are:
- Liability insurance
Our insurance certificate is available upon request.
For every project we obtain a building permit which is then inspected by town officials to ensure that the building codes and standards are being met.
Health and Safetly Requirements:
All Subcontractors are to provide a WSIB clearance certificate or apply for “Independent operator” status with WSIB.
Our employees are trained in:
- Fall Protection Program
- WHIMIS Training
WSIB premiums are paid monthly for all classified “workers” for Sharon Homes Construction.