Renovate with Confidence

Find Your RenoMark Renovator

We're here to help you make informed decisions about the renovation process and who you hire for your project. RenoMark recognizes members of the Canadian Home Builders' Association who abide by the RenoMark Code of Conduct, so that you can have confidence in your renovation professional.


The RenoMark program was established in 2001 by the Toronto-based Building Industry and Land Development Association (BILD) and is now delivered in partnership with the Canadian Home Builders’ Association and local Home Builders’ Associations coast to coast* and over 1100 participating companies.

RenoMark identifies professional renovators and contractors who have agreed to abide by a renovation-specific Code of Conduct. The Renovators Mark of Excellence makes it easy for homeowners to identify participating professional renovators who have agreed to provide a superior level of service.

*Except Quebec

Professional RenoMark renovators are committed to giving you superior service. That’s why they agree to abide by the RenoMark Code of Conduct, which promises a standard of performance and protection higher than common industry practice. A RenoMark renovator must be fully licensed and permitted, must provide a detailed and written contract for all jobs, carry appropriate insurance and offer a minimum 2-year warranty on their work.

Click here to read the full RenoMark Code of Conduct

A Trusted Name: To become a RenoMark Renovator, you must commit to professionalism – becoming a member means adhering to the RenoMark Code of Conduct and the Home Builder’s Association Code of Ethics. As a RenoMark member, consumers can expect open lines of communication, respect and reliability when working with you.

Education and Networking Opportunities: Becoming a member will provide you access to a wealth of information and education opportunities. Our members are the first to know about changes in building codes, municipal requirements, health and safety regulations and more through educational courses, information sessions, networking events and communications programming.

Government Relations and Advocacy Support: RenoMark, local HBAs, provincial HBAs and the Canadian Home Builders’ Association (CHBA) provide government relations support to their members and conduct advocacy work at all levels of government.

Apply for membership through your local Home Builders Association

Read 5 Steps to a Successful Renovation here.

Read the RenoMark Renoguide for more information on the renovation process and finding a RenoMark renovator.