This guide helps seniors (their families and caregivers) assess their own unique circumstances including using stairs, moving around the house, doing laundry and answering the door.

Home Adaptations For Independence (HAFI)

The HAFI program provides financial assistance for home modifications that help eligible low-income British Columbians with mobility or health issues continue to live in their home.

Plan or modify your home to accommodate people with disabilities or changing needs. Use universal design principles to create accessible spaces for everyone.

Providing information about the options and opportunities to improve the energy efficiency of your home.  We are available to answer your questions at all stages of your home energy improvement project. We provide easy to navigate self-serve tools, including an incentives database and resources to learn about energy efficiency upgrades and services.

Home renovation rebates are available when you improve your home's energy efficiency. We recommend that you get multiple quotes and consider different systems to determine the product and service provider that best meets your needs.

Hiring a contractor in British Columbia is one of the first steps towards completing the renovation or new home you are looking for. Check out this list that includes our recommendations to ensure this process is done right, and protects you as the consumer.

Hiring the right contractor will save you time, money and frustration. You are looking for someone who communicates well and provides excellent value for your money. Follow these steps to help you find and choose the best candidate for your home renovation or repair project.

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Find out more about the steps you need to take before you start the process. Learn about permits, zoning, and options and programs for improving energy efficiency in your home.  

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