Recently, I took advantage of The Home Efficiency Rebate in my own home, and the experiece was quick, painless and very helpful!
Enbridge Gas and the Canada's Greener Homes Grant have partnered to provide rebates towards eligible retrofits such as home insulation, windows and doors, heat pumps and renewable energy systems.
The new, co-ordinated Home Efficiency Rebate Plus program will help more Ontarians save energy at home. This is great news for residents across the province, including current Enbridge Gas customers who use natural gas to heat their homes and will benefit from enhanced rebates up to $10,000. Participants can also offset the cost of their EnerGuide home evaluation with an additional rebate of $600.
Call and schedule an initial home energy assessment with a licensed Registered Energy Advisor. A list will be provided to you upon completion of the questionnaire / HER+ webpage.
They'll provide a custom report with recommended upgrades.
Complete at least one eligible upgrade.
Schedule a follow-up home energy assessment.
Receive your rebate cheque, including up to $600 for the assessments.
Before you start any renovation work, you must complete a home energy assessment with a Registered Energy Advisor. Answer a few short questions to find a Registered Energy Advisor in your area. See how this program works.
Save with rebates for these high-impact upgrades:
Home energy assessments
The first step to determine which upgrades are right for your home.
Improve comfort, reduce energy costs and prevent moisture damage with attic, foundation, wall and exposed floor insulation.
Eliminate drafts, improve air quality and save energy with draft proofing.
Windows and doors
High-performance windows prevent condensation and eliminate drafts.
Space and water heating
ENERGY STAR® certified hot water heat pumps use up to 70 percent less energy. Ground source, air source and domestic hot water heat pumps qualify.
Boost comfort and reduce costs by saving energy automatically.
Generate your own power and reduce dependence on the grid. Solar panels and batteries qualify.
Protect your home from climate change events, such as fires and floods.
Already enrolled in Home Efficiency Rebate or the Canada's Greener Homes Grant? Here’s what to do next.