Approved electrical contractors
Search our directory to find knowledgeable contractors1 in our electricity service area, including Kelowna, the South Okanagan and West Kootenays and municipal utilities in Penticton, Summerland, Grand Forks and Nelson. They can guide you through the latest FortisBC rebates, offers and energy-saving technologies for your home or business.
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Electrical contractors in our directory
Whether building or renovating, you’ll need the services of a contractor that hires professionally trained workers and certified electricians to install or service your electric heating systems, appliances and lighting.1
Electrical contractors that are approved and listed in our directory must:
- possess a minimum of $2 million liability and third-party insurance
- have a business licence for each community they operate in
- have been in business for a minimum of one year
These independent contractors are also well-informed about our energy-efficiency rebates and innovative technologies. See our advice on hiring a contractor.
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If you have questions about the electrical contractor program, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 1-866-436-7847.
1By using this directory, you acknowledge and agree that the retention of a contractor and any decisions related to the services performed or products provided by the contractor are within your sole discretion. FortisBC assumes no liability or responsibility with respect to the contractor, the suitability or operation of installations performed by the contractor or products provided by the contractor. You are responsible for ensuring installations meet your requirements, manufacturer’s instructions and all applicable codes, standards and regulations, including any electrical permits.