Professional Associations

We are pleased to offer industry-leading home warranties for all of our applicable work. On top of that, we are pleased to offer $5 million of general liability insurance, which is $3 million higher than the industry standard. Home warranty insurance on new homes includes a minimum of two years on labor and materials, five years on the building envelope, including water penetration, and 10 years on structure. The two-year labour and materials coverage covers any defect in materials and labour. Further, we will provide copies of any applicable materials for extended warranties.

We also a proud member of the Homebuilder’s Association Vancouver which represents the residential construction industry in the Greater Vancouver area. They provide My House with education and training, technical and economic information transfer, and public visibility and recognition, and act as a liaison with local governments and housing industry groups.

We are pleased to be a member of the Canadian Home Builders’ Association (CHBA). The CHBA is an acknowledged world leader in residential construction, and because of this, Canadians are considered among the best-housed people in the world. The CHBA is built on a vision and a commitment of a strong and positive role for the housing industry and a commitment to support the success of members’ businesses and their ability to provide affordability, quality, and choice for consumers. Also, CHBA members are widely recognized for technological “know how”, highly regarded for their innovative spirit, and well respected for the quality of the homes they build.

Our team is also an accredited member of the Better Business Bureau(BBB) of British Columbia with an A+ rating.

As a RenoMark member, Jedan Brothers is dedicated to abiding by the RenoMark 10-point program which provides strict guidelines for renovating a house.

Accreditation

To earn the Master Residential Builder (MRB) designation, an individual must:

  • Have a total of five years experience with 3 years practical “hands on” in the residential construction industry either in a vocational school environment or on-the-job training
  • Be employed by a member of the Canadian Home Builders’ Association
  • Be employed by a company who is registered with the Homeowner Protection Office
  • Successfully complete eleven mandatory courses with a passing grade of 80%

To earn the Certified Renovation Professional designation, an individual must:

  • Have a total of five years experience with 3 years practical “hands on” in the residential construction industry either in a vocational school environment or on-the-job training
  • Be employed by a member of the Canadian Home Builders’ Association
  • Successfully complete six mandatory courses with a passing grade of 80%

To earn the Certified Renovation Company designation, a business:

  • Must employ at least one individual who has obtained and maintained the designation of Certified Renovation Professional in a full time position of authority
  • Prove that the owner of the company has at least 5 years experience in renovation/general contracting business
  • Be a member of the Canadian Home Builders’ Association for at least two years, one year which must be immediately prior to receiving the certification
  • Must agree to abide by CHBA BC Code of Ethics and other standards, such as the Residential Construction Performance Guide as set by the HPO
  • Provide proof to CHBA BC of having $2 million liability coverage
  • Must provide a one year warranty on all completed projects. This will be through a third party warranty when a suitable program becomes available

To earn the Certified Housing Professional designation, an individual must:

  • Have a total of five years experience with 3 years practical “hands on” in the residential construction industry either in a vocational school environment or on-the-job training
  • Be employed by a member of the Canadian Home Builders’ Association
  • Successfully complete the six mandatory courses with a passing grade of 80%

To earn the Certified Residential Building Company designation, a business must:

  • Employ in a position of responsibility, a Certified Housing Professional
  • Be a member of the Canadian Home Builders’ Association for at least two years, one year of which must be immediately prior to receiving certification
  • Be a member in good standing with a warranty provider
  • Be registered with the Homeowner Protection Office