- Refer to the Builder Registration Checklist – Download
- Completed Application Form for Registration – Download
- Completed Agreement with Builder – Download
- Bank Information form & Personal Net Worth Statement – Download Bank Information Form Download Net Worth Form
- Personal Guarantee – Download
- Non-Spousal Declaration Form (if applicable) – Download
- Fees ($700.00 plus HST)
- Written references from Homeowners and suppliers or other information and documents which may be required to assist the applicant to qualify for registration. – Download
- A letter of good standing with the Workers Compensation (if applicable)
- Proof or evidence of liability insurance for a minimum $1,000,000
Upon acceptance into Atlantic Home Warranty, each new Member must go through a probationary period before earning the status of a Regular Member. The period, which lasts a minimum of one year, is only complete once the Member meets the following conditions.
- The minimum one year probationary period has expired.
- The applicant has received their annual review.
- A satisfactory track record has been established with AHW (The applicant must have constructed a minimum of three units now currently occupied, for the duration of the one year Builder warranty).
- No conciliation/arbitration is in progress.
- Any material condition or limitation present on application, is removed or no longer exists and no unsatisfactory information, of a material nature, has come to the attention of AHW.
- AHW has received satisfactory inspection reports of Code compliance from a person authorized by AHW to carry out such inspections on at least three units enrolled with AHW.
- Proof or evidence that the current education requirements have been met:
• The AHW Administrative Workshop
• The Atlantic Builder Workshop Series
• The National Building Code-Part 9 Workshop
Regular Member Status
After successfully completing your probationary period with all the requirements attached to that status, you now find yourself as a Regular Member!
Also note that when the minimum number of houses have been inspected during the probationary period, the Builder is then put on a monitoring inspection program whereby the homes are inspected on a random basis (approximately 1 in 5).