Become an Ember-Certified Contractor
Apply to join the network of trained and knowledgeable Ember-Certified Contractors.
- Pass personal and business background check
- Bonded and insured per the state Contractor's Board
- Must be properly licensed per State Contractors Board requirements
Ember Defense does not take a percentage of work completed by Ember-Certified Contractors. We only require contractor's to purchase wildfire defense products through the Ember Defense website.
Ember-Certified Contractor Application
Fill out the application below and we will reach out to you to review the program and provide you with some additional forms to fill out.
How does the process work?
1. Fill out the form
Fill out the form on this page and we will get in touch with you to tell you more about the program and make sure you are a good fit.
2. Personal and Business Background Check and NDA
We will send you a few forms to fill out and will run a Personal and Business background check.
3. Ember-Certified Contractor Onboarding
We will work through our onboarding program to ensure all Ember-Certified Contractors understand the proper ways to defend and harden homes against wildfires.
4. Dedicated Leads
Once you have completed the onboarding process, we will begin sending leads for homeowners in your local area. Ember Defense will not charge a percentage for these jobs.
What Ember-Certified Contractors can install:
Vulcan Vents are specially designed to stop embers, flames, and heat from entering the home and starting a fire from inside.
FireStorm Gutter Guards
By guarding the gutters, the vulnerable areas on the roof’s edge and eaves will be clear of leaves and pine needles that act as kindling during a fire.
Wildfire Sprinkler Systems
Not only does water hydrate potential fuels, making them less susceptible to ignition, but it also helps create a cooler microclimate around the home, stopping embers in their tracks.
Long-Term Fire Retardant
Long-term fire retardant (LTR) can be applied to vegetation and flammable materials around the home to lower the likelihood of them catching fire.
Defensible space is the buffer between the home and the grass, trees, shrubs, or any wildland area that surround it.
Roofs, Siding, Windows, and Decks
Building materials that meet state and local requirements.