The Sonoma County Energy Independence Program (SCEIP) connects you with participating contractors to help plan and complete your upgrade. All of the companies listed here serve residents in Sonoma County. To become a Participating Contractor, a Contractor Standards and Information Sheet document (available below) and all applicable attachments must be on file with SCEIP.
About the Contractor Directory
The contractors listed are independent business owners who have agreed to participate in the Sonoma County Energy Independence Program, and who have supplied information about their business, services and qualifications. Contractors do not pay to be listed and do not purchase leads from the website.
Contractors must meet program requirements.
- Valid Contractors State License Board license appropriate for scope of work
- Bonded and in good standing with the Contractors State License Board
- General Liability insurance, minimum policy $1,000,000
The Sonoma County Energy Independence Program does not (a) endorse, recommend or refer any specific contractor, (b) making any representation or warranty regarding the products, or workmanship of any contractor, (c) making any warranty regarding the contractor’s work or products purchased from contractors provided, or (d) accept any liability that may be alleged to arise from the work of any listed contractor on a customer project or from any reliance on any claims, statements or other descriptions regarding a contractor’s certifications, licenses, qualifications or products. Such claims, statements and other descriptions are made solely by the contractor.
Before hiring any contractor, customers are urged to visit the Contractors State License Board (CLSB) website at http://www.cslb.ca.gov for information on what you should do to protect yourself when hiring a contractor. The CSLB protects consumers by licensing and regulating the construction industry, and offers educational information about selecting a contractor, such as verifying that the contractor is properly licensed, obtaining several bids for any planned work, and executing a contract in writing that specifies the work to be performed, service or products to be provided, and an itemized schedule of costs.