Now you can focus on earning money and growing your business without having to worry about complying with DWR submission requirements and disruption to your business.

Did you know?

CAN/ULC 705.2 makes spray foam contractors responsible for their installers submitting daily work records in accordance with the quality assurance program.

Contractors whose installers do not submit DWRs won’t be able to buy spray foam material and will be added to the “Do not sell” list.

Contractors who do not provide this documentation monthly are subject to suspension and expensive and time consuming in person contractor audits.

Contractors who are unable to provide DWR in the event of a consumer complaint are more likely to be liable for expensive repairs.

“The daily work record shall be completed at the beginning of each day, each time a material batch is changed and when the job site is changed within a given day. The Licensed Contractor shall keep the records for a period of seven years. These records must be made available upon request, within a reasonable time, to the manufacturer or the Certification Organization” (CAN/ULC S705.2)

What is CAN/ULC S705.2?

CAN/ULC S705.2 is a standard that outlines the requirements for the installation of spray applied polyurethane foam, medium density in Canada. These requirements include obligations for the manufacturer, the contractor and the installer.