Local Services May 11th, 2020

Our Local Contractor Database Can Help You Find Local Professionals

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The effects of a flood can be overwhelming for any business owner. As you wonder where to start, who to call and what things look like in terms of the next steps, this database is meant to assist you in locating a contractor or service provide local to our community.

Local Contractor Database

This database, searchable by company name or service provided, has been developed to create a comprehensive list of local contractors and sub-contractors that have indicated they are willing and able to assist you in the recovery and remediation of your home. We can not ensure or endorse the quality of their work, their pricing or their guarantees.

Search the database

Hiring A Contractor

When hiring a contractor, please be diligent and go through the right process. There are several things to consider and ask for before hiring a contractor, like verifying their insurance, asking for a formal quote, comparing multiple quotes, doing a reference check, and understanding the terms of the contract. Read these guidelines to make sure you know how to properly hire a contractor.

If you feel a contractor is working locally without a business license, please reach out to DevelopmentCompliance.Issues@rmwb.ca.

If you are not happy with the conduct of a contractor, or feel they might be acting in bad faith you can contact Service Alberta’s Consumer Contact Centre 8:15 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. 780-427-4088 (in Edmonton) 1-877-427-4088 (toll-free in Alberta)

Register As A Vendor

If you are a local contractor, register your services with our database so customers can find you more easily.

Register here.

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Fort McMurray Construction Association
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