Please take a moment to view our Frequently Asked Question section to find answers to our most common questions.
How Does The Business Process Work?
- Client contacts Sundial Building Performance: A potential client fills out a form through our website highlighting their needs and objectives.
- Follow Up: A Sundial Building Performance Project Consultant receives the project information, and follows up within 1 day.
- Phone discussion: As much as possible, the Project Consultant has a detailed discussion of the project over the phone, taking the time to gain a thorough understanding of the scope of the project, and the customer’s needs, objectives, and budget.
The desire here is to establish a “fit” from which we can move forward.
- On-Site Consultation: An on-site visible inspection and further discussion of the project.
We provide the client with verbal & written recommendations on how to proceed with a detailed quote for upgrades.
Note: Fees may apply to some on-site consultation, and would be discussed and agreed to prior to the visit.
- Scheduling a project: If the customer would like to proceed with our quotation, we will schedule the work.
- Complete the work: We will complete all the work as specified in the quotation.
Methods of Payment Accepted?
We accept a variety of payments for projects completed including:
- E-mail Interac transfer
- Visa (3% additional charge).
Are There Subsidies or Financing Available For My Project?
Who are your typical clients?
- People that love their existing property and don’t want to move but desire to improve the functionality, energy-efficiency, and comfort of their building.
- Building owners that are ready to do a major aesthetic upgrade that learn that it makes sense to increase the efficiency of their home at the same time.
- Those that qualify for one of the Manitoba Hydro Programs and are eligible for substantial rebates from one of the programs
- Owners of buildings that have high energy costs, seasonal ice-damming, inconsistent temperatures throughout the home or other performance issues.