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To assist Ontario Homeowners in understanding the various government rebates and other incentives available to them while providing excellent service and quality equipment for all of your homes energy and renovation needs.  If your home is too cold or too hot, it could be a signal that the HVAC system is not performing well or you need to do some minor or major work in your home to maximise efficiency. If tune-ups are not resolving the problem, you might need to consider replacing your HVAC system, updating your homes insulation or maybe just sealing your windows and doors.

 

We want you to RECEIVE a FREE In-Home pre qualification and Savings Package (up to 50% off of local Home Services & Products) Our team of Government approved & TSSA licensed technicians are fully qualified to educate, pre qualify, pre approve, install & Remove whatever is holding your home back from its reaching its full potential of efficiency.

 

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PLUMBING AND ELECTRICAL

DRIVEWAYS, CONCRETE REPAIR

FENCE, DECK, FLAGSTONE

BATHROOM, KITCHEN, BASEMENT

GARAGE DOORS

HOME ROOFING

SOLAR ENERGY

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HVAC

SAVE MONEY, CONSERVE ENERGY & LIVE SMARTER

We are Ontario Energy Conservation. We are local contractors that specialize in visiting all residents in pre-determined postal codes in Ontario to determine who qualifies for Government Grants, Rebates, subsidies and Incentives along with other available financial programs for Ontario Homeowners.

If you have an older model that is not considered EnergyStar Rated then it is Older inefficient model HVAC and can be costing you up to 70- 80% more per month.

  • Gas & Electricity bill is $250 = month with Old Efficient HVAC = $3000 per year
  • Gas & Electricity bill is $80 = month with New High Efficiency HVAC = $960 per year
  • Thats a savings of up to $170 per month which is $2040 in savings each year
  • That’s $20,400.00 in 10 years

$175 per month decreased by 15% is a savings of $26.25 per month which is $315 per year. That’s $3,150.00 in 10 years.

It's amazing that people don’t know how much it increases the equity in your home and then through compound interest through time. – It’s much like a renovation, it adds on more value then what it costs …approximately $5000 to $10000 per unit, call it $15000 over 10 years compounded at a conservative 8% =

  • That’s $32,383.87 in 10 years.
  • $32,383.87 + $20,400.00 + $2500.00 + $3,150.00
  • That’s $58,433.87 in Cash and Value Incentives in 10 years.

Heating

The heating element usually refers to a furnace or boiler. Includes a pipe system for the fluid carrying the heat or duct work if you’re working with a forced air system.

Ventilation

The ventilation element is either natural or forced and when it is forced it is more often than not used for air cleaning purposes as well. Keeps the air inside your home fresh.

Air Conditioning

The final element of an HVAC system is air conditioning which is the exact opposite of heating. It’s main focus is to remove the existing heat from the interior of the home.

5 Benefits of a Zoned HVAC System

Think of your heating and air conditioning system like you do the lights and electricity in your house. You don’t leave them on all the time do you? When you leave one room, you probably turn them off. You also probably turn them off when you leave the house. It’s more energy efficient to do so.

It works the same with your HVAC system. Why would you want to heat rooms that you aren’t using? Using a zoned HVAC system allows you to save energy since you have the choice to heat the rooms you use instead of the whole house. If your home has any of these features, you will save the most money by switching to a zoned HVAC system:

  • Vaulted ceilings
  • Room above your garage
  • Many windows, especially large bay windows
  • More than one story
  • Basement, attic, sunroom and/or loft

Since zoned HVAC systems are so energy efficient, they can save you up to 30% of your utility bills relating to heating and cooling. This type of savings is especially noticeable during the peak season for your utility bills. No one likes paying a mountain of utility bills just to stay comfortable in your own home.

When you zone your HVAC system, you end up using it less than you would otherwise. Not heating and/or cooling your entire home at the same temperature all the time extends the life of your system. Less overall use equals a longer system life on average.

Do you like having your bedroom a different temperature than your living room and/or kitchen? With a zoned system this isn’t an issue. You can decided what temperature you would like each zone in your home to be. This type of room to room personalization is the ultimate home comfort. In addition, a zoned HVAC system enables a more stable overall temperature in each of the zoned areas as well as eliminates hot and cold spots.

Zoned systems are convenient as each zones comes with its own thermostat and remote. No longer do you have to go down a flight of stairs to change the temperature. Now you can do so from the comfort of your own couch.

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FREE equipment replacement in the event it cannot be repaired

FREE annual maintenance which can SAVE up to 60% on your Natural Gas and Electricity Bills

Full assistance in obtaining your full OPA (Ontario Power Authority) and Service provider

Rebate of up to $5000

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Combo units receive up to 6 months free

Single unit receives up to 3 months free

Increased Quality of Life with Higher quality heating and cooling (even air distribution)

Less allergies and cleaner air with state of the art filters

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Home Monitoring Systems

NEST SMART HOME

Nest Hello trades your wired doorbell for an IoT-empowered version that delivers HD video and bright, crisp images of your doorstep — even at night. It’s designed to show you a full view of everything that steps on your front stoop, from head-to-toe video captures of visitors at the door to packages on the ground. With the Nest Hello’s 24/7 streaming capabilities, you can check in anytime — or even go back and review a three-hour snapshot history

The Nest Cam Outdoor

Safeguard your home even when you’re miles away. Nest’s top-of-the-line security camera will send you a phone alert and empower you to speak through the app or call for help whenever it detects suspicious activity. With the Nest Cam Outdoor, you know about break-ins in real time.

Is everything okay at home?

When the worst happens, Nest has your back. The Nest Cam Indoor security camera’s suite is designed to help you look after your home when you’re away. Nest’s technology and app offer 24/7 live streaming, a versatile magnetic stand, person alerts with Nest Aware.

Standing watch 24/7.

Your security camera shouldn’t sleep on the job. Nest Cam Indoor plugs into the mains power supply so that you never have to worry about dead batteries. Nest Cam will alert you when it picks up the crash of a window breaking or the other telltale sounds of a household intrusion.

3rd Generation of NEST Home Learning

NEST SMART THERMOSTAT

The Nest Learning Thermostat automatically adapts as your life and the seasons change. Just use it for a week and it programs itself. Hello’s 24/7 streaming capabilities, you can check in anytime — or even go back and review a three-hour snapshot history. When the Nest Learning Thermostat notices that you’re there, Farsight shows you the temperature, weather or time. You can even choose a digital or analogue clock face. Farsight is big and bright on the beautiful display – you can see it from across the room.

Programs itself. Then pays for itself.

With its suite of efficient, autonomous features, the Nest Smart Thermostat all but programs — and pays — for itself.

Highlights include:

Auto-Schedule, Eco-Temps, Remote Control, Farsight, Energy History, Nest Leaf

Do you qualify for a $100 Enbridge Gas rebate?

Get a Nest Learning Thermostat at no cost.

 

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Let’s go through a “smart” thermostat and a programmable one so you can have a good understanding of each. Both smart and programmable thermostats can help you better manage your energy bills.

A programmable thermostat allows you to give the thermostat a schedule to operate by. With programmable thermostat you can pre-program cooling or heating temperatures based on your schedule to save energy while you are away.

A smart thermostat fixes all the problems with the programmable thermostat and introduces a lot of innovation on top of it. It allows on-the-go programming via any Wi-Fi connection either from your computer or Smartphone. Self-learning, monitoring your routines and adjusting setting based on your feedback – even detecting your absence to save energy! With a smart thermostat you can have a completely custom schedule for every day of the week, and have as many activity periods per day as you want. This gives you complete control over when your home’s heating and cooling equipment runs. By eliminating unnecessary heating and cooling of your home, you save money.

A manual thermostat, also known as an analog thermostat, is the old-school device used to maintain the temperature. These are the devices of the previous generation and are fading out quickly. A manual thermostat requires you to manually set up the desired temperature on the device by rotating a knob.

The advanced version of manual thermostats is a digital one. It requires you to manually set up the temperature using the up or down switch. The selected temperature is displayed on the screen in digital thermostats. Once the temperature is set, the device starts to heat up or cool down the place until the desired temperature is attained. A manual thermostat requires you to turn it on or off as per your needs every time you leave home.

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Rebates

Eligible Retrofits

We’ve helped educate thousands of Ontario Homeowners about the new Ontario Rebate and Incentive Programs and the available Subsidies. We’ve already assessed and processed most of your postal code for the new devices and registered them for their subsidies.

Rebates

Eligible grants for my home retrofit

As part of the initiative, you have access to: up to $600 for a government approved home evaluation and expert advice so you can begin to plan your retrofits up to approximately $20,000 in total in Government Grants, Rebates and Incentives to help you make energy efficiency retrofits to your home. This summer, you can receive an interest-free loan program provided to homeowners for up to $70,000 to help complete deep home retrofits. This loan program makes initiatives like the Canada Greener Homes Grant and the Energy Conservation Home Loan Program accessible to more homeowners.

Insulation

Relatively easy access makes the attic a favourite starting point to insulate for many homeowners. Even if an attic is already insulated, you may be able to improve comfort and increase the energy efficiency. Eligibility criteria for reimbursement:

  • Insulate a minimum of 20% of the total area of your attic or ceiling.
  • You must increase the insulation value (R-value or RSI).
  • Add insulation in the same location (e.g., attic floor vs. attic ceiling) as the insulation present at the time of the pre-retrofit evaluation.
Important:
  • The grant amounts reflect a situation where 100% of the ceiling area is one roof type. Your home may have a combination of ceiling types.
  • The total grant for any combination of attic, cathedral ceiling and flat roof insulation cannot exceed $1,800.
  • The total amount of your reimbursement will be calculated based on the total percentage of your attic that you choose to insulate. For example, if you insulate 80% of your attic you would qualify for 80% of the amount listed below.
 
Select below the current level of insulation in your home at the time of the pre-evaluation: Grant amounts (by the level of additional insulation added to your home)
If you achieve a total minimum insulation value of RSI 8.81 (R-50) for your attic If you achieve a total minimum insulation value of RSI 4.93 (R-28) for your flat roof and/or cathedral ceiling If you insulate your uninsulated flat roof or cathedral ceiling to increase its insulation value by a minimum of RSI 3.52 (R-20)
No insulation N/A N/A $600
RSI 2.11 (R-12) and less $1,800 $600 $600
Greater than RSI 2.11 (R-12) and up to RSI 4.40 (R-25) $600 $250 N/A
Greater than RSI 4.40 (R-25) and up to RSI 6.16 (R-35) $250 N/A N/A

Minimum additional insulation Grant Amounts (by the level of additional insulation added to your home)
Percent area that you choose to insulate Add insulation value of R-7.5 to R-12 Add insulation greater than R-12 to R-20 Add insulation > R-20 above
20% $660 $760 $1,000
100% $3,300 $3,800 $5,000

Option: Grant amount
Minimum additional insulation, RSI 3.5 (R-20) $350

Seal and insulate at least: Grant amount
80% of your entire basement header area to increase its insulation value by a minimum of RSI 3.52 (R-20) $240
50% of your entire basement slab by a minimum of RSI 0.62 (R-3.5) $400
Minimum additional wall insulation Grant Amounts (by the level of additional insulation added to your home)
Percent area that you choose to insulate Add insulation value of RSI 1.76 (R-10) to RSI 3.87 (R-22) Add insulation greater than RSI 3.87 (R-22)
20% $210 $300
100% $1,050 $1,500

Grant Amounts (by the level of additional insulation added to your home)
Add insulation value of RSI 1.76 (R-10) to RSI 3.87 (R-22) Add insulation value greater than RSI 3.87 (R-22) Add insulation value greater than RSI 4.23 (R-24)
Insulate 100% of the crawlspace's total exterior wall area, including the header area. $1,040 $1,300 N/A
Insulate 100% of the crawlspace ceiling (preferably with minimum continuous insulation) N/A N/A $800

Air-sealing

Making improvements to reduce the air from leaving your house is the single most important retrofit to improve energy efficiency, and it should be considered first in any retrofit strategy. Your Renovation Upgrade Report (RUR) will provide you with a target to improve the air-tightness of your home. The lower the value you achieve; the more favourable the grant amount. Typically, these levels would be achieved with the assistance of an air-sealing professional. Perform professional air sealing to improve the air-tightness of your home.

Options: Grant Amounts
Meet the target in your RUR $550
Obtain a larger Grant:
If you reach 10% better than the target in your report (i.e. 0.9 x target valueFootnote 1) $810
If you reach 20% better than the target in your report (i.e. 0.8 x target valueFootnote 1) $1,000
1 Your post retrofit report will provide more details regarding the target value.

Windows and doors

There are a number of options for upgrading the energy efficiency of your windows. A total window and frame replacement with new, high-performance ENERGY STAR® certified windows or inserts can make your home more comfortable, save energy and help fight climate change. Eligibility criteria for reimbursement:

  • All equipment must be purchased in Canada.
  • Online purchases are only eligible if they are ordered from an online distributor in Canada.
  • The equipment must be on an eligible list below.
  • Maintain the ENERGY STAR labels on your windows and doors until after your post-retrofit evaluation.
Important:
  • A new window unit can be inserted into the existing frame of an old window, but replacements of only the glass, sash or door without a frame are not eligible.
  • A maximum of $250 per rough opening up to cap of $5000.
Options: Amount ($) Per rough opening2
Replace your windows or sliding glass doors with ENERGY STAR 3 certified models:
  • U-Factor of 1.22 W/m²K or less or
  • Energy Rating ≥ 34
  • Your selection must be on one the following lists: windows or sliding glass doors
$125
Replace your windows or sliding glass doors with ENERGY STAR Most Efficient models:
  • U-Factor of 1.05 W/m²K or less or
  • Energy Rating ≥ 40
  • Your selection must be on one the following lists: windows or sliding glass doors
$250
Replace hinged doors, with or without sidelites or transoms ENERGY STAR certified models:
  • U-Factor ≤ 1.22 W/m²K or
  • Energy Rating ≥ 34
  • Your selection must be on the following list: hinged doors, sidelites and transoms
$125

Thermostats

Smart or programmable thermostats help improve your comfort, help you save money on your energy bill and reduce your carbon footprint. Choosing a smart or programmable thermostat allows you to schedule temperatures to automatically adjust to energy-saving time-frames. Eligibility criteria for reimbursement:

  • Must be combined with another retrofit measures from the Canada Greener Homes Grant. Exclusions: New heat pumps are installed with new thermostats and cannot be combined with this grant. A resiliency measures and a thermostat must be combined with another measure (in order to qualify for the grants).
  • All equipment must be purchased in Canada.
  • Online purchases are only eligible if they are ordered from an online distributor in Canada.
Option: Grant amount
Replace a manual thermostat by a programmable or smart / adaptive thermostat $50

Heating

Two grants are available for ground source heat pump (geothermal system): 1) the installation of a full system or 2) the replacement of the heat pump unit. Criteria: In order to be eligible to receive a grant for this equipment, the following criteria must be met:

  • Installation: Your ground source heat pump unit must be installed by a licenced and trained professional. When using a licensed professional it is highly recommended that you obtain proof of their licence to install equipment in your province or territory (PDF, 120 KB)
  • Attestation: It is highly recommended that you ask the licensed and trained professional to sign an attestation form that the installation has been completed according to the CSA standard - ANSI/CSA/IGSHPA C448 SERIES (latest version), "Design and installation of ground source heat pump systems for commercial and residential buildings.
  • Eligible product list: Your new pump must be on a list of eligible products (view below)
  • Purchase location: All ground source heat pump equipment must be purchased in Canada. Online purchases are only eligible if they are ordered from an online distributor in Canada.
  • Performance criteria (see below)
Equipment Energy efficiency performance criteria Grant Amount
Install a ground Source Heat Pump – full system (geothermal system)
  • Existing system capacity must be ≤ 40kW.
Open Systems
  • Heating COPh  ≥ 3.6 with 10°C entering water
  • Cooling COPc ≥ 4.75 with 15°C entering water
Closed Loop Systems
  • Heating COPh ≥ 3.1 with 0°C entering water
  • Cooling COPc ≥ 3.93 with 25°C entering water
Product eligibility list
  • Heat pump must be listed here: ground source heat pump–full system
DX systems not eligible.
$5,000
Replace a ground Source Heat Pump unit – pump
  • Existing system capacity must be ≤ 40kW.
Open Systems
  • Heating COPh ≥ 3.6 with 10°C entering water
  • Cooling COPc ≥ 4.75 with 15°C entering water
Closed Loop Systems
  • Heating COPh ≥ 3.1 with 0°C entering water
  • Cooling COPc ≥ 3.93 with 25°C entering water
Product eligibility list
  • Heat pump must be listed here: ground source heat pump–pump equipment
DX systems are not eligible.
$3,000

For air source heat pumps, there are two levels of grants depending on the size of the equipment installed. Learn Criteria: The following installation requirements must be met:

  • Attestations: It is highly recommended that homeowners get two attestations from the contractor:
  • Eligible product lists: Your new pump must be on the list of eligible products (view below)
  • Purchase location: All equipment must be purchased in Canada. Online purchases are only eligible if they are ordered from an online distributor in Canada.
  • Performance criteria (see below)
Equipment Energy efficiency performance criteria Grant Amount
Air source heat pump (ASHP) Install a complete ENERGY STAR certified new or replacement air source heat pump (ASHP) system or a variable capacity cold climate air source heat pump (ccASHP) system, intended to service the entire home. The newly installed system must meet the following criteria:
  • minimum total rated heating capacity at 8.3°C of 3.52kW (12,000 Btu/h)
  • HSPF (AHRI Climate Region Zone IV) ≥ 10
  • two indoor heads ductless unit
  • Your new pump must be on the list of eligible products
  • Quebec and Nova Scotia residents: Your new pump must be on the list of eligible products
Note: In case of central split ducted and single package systems, if part of the ENERGY STAR certified system, the furnace or air handler must always be the specified matching unit.
$2,500
Install a complete ENERGY STAR certified new or replacement air source heat pump (ASHP) system, intended to service the entire home (not available for Quebec or Nova Scotia residents) The newly installed system must meet the following criteria:
  • minimum total rated heating capacity at 8.3°C of 3.52kW (12,000 Btu/h)
  • HSPF (AHRI Climate Region Zone IV) ≥ 10
  • minimum three indoor heads for ductless units or central system
  • Your new pump must be on the list of eligible products (not available for Quebec or Nova Scotia residents)
Note: In case of central split ducted and single package systems, if part of the ENERGY STAR certified system, the furnace or air handler must always be the specified matching unit.
$4,000
Cold Climate Heat Pumps (CCHP) Install a complete ENERGY STAR certified new or replacement variable capacity cold climate air source heat pump (ccASHP) system, intended to service the entire home.
  • a new or replacement CCHP system intended to service the entire home
  • compressor must be variable capacity with three or more distinct operating speeds, or continuously variable speed
  • minimum total rated heating capacity at 8.3°C of 3.52kW (12,000 BTU/h)
  • HSPF (AHRI Climate Region Zone IV) ≥ 10
  • minimum three indoor heads for ductless or central system
  • COP of ≥ 1.8 at -15°C (5°F) (at maximum capacity operation);
  • capacity Maintenance (Max -15°C (5°F)/Rated 8.3°C (47°F)) ≥ 70%
  • Your new pump must be on the list of eligible products
  • Quebec and Nova Scotia residents: Your new pump must be on the list of eligible products
Note: For central ducted systems, if part of the cold climate heat pump listed systems, the furnace or air handler must always be the specified matching unit.

Water heating accounts for over 20% of the energy used in the average Canadian home. Learn more about making the switch to a more energy-efficient water heater to save money on your energy bill and reduce your carbon footprint. There are installation requirements that must be met as follows:

  • Must be installed by a licenced and trained professional. When using a licensed professional it is highly recommended that you obtain proof of their licence to install equipment in your province or territory.
  • Your new water heater must be on the list of eligible products
  • All equipment must be purchased in Canada. Online purchases are only eligible if they are ordered from an online distributor in Canada.
Option: Eligibility criteria for reimbursement Grant amount per home
Replace your domestic water heater with an ENERGY STAR certified domestic hot water heat pump (DHW-HP) Energy efficiency performance and installation
  • ENERGY STAR certification as defined at the first home evaluation (pre-retrofit)
  • Capacity ≤ 55 gal
    • EF ≥ 2.00 with FHR ≥ 50 gallons per hour or UEF ≥ 2.00 FHR ≥ 45 gallons per hour
  • Capacity > 55 gal
    • EF ≥ 2.20 FHR ≥ 50 gallons per hour or UEF ≥ 2.20 FHR ≥ 45 gallons per hour
$1,000

Renewable energy systems

Renewable energy is energy derived from natural processes that are replenished at a rate that is equal to or faster than the rate at which they are consumed. Under the Canada Greener Homes initiative, you can receive a grant for installing solar photovoltaic technology that converts sunlight directly into electricity. Under our climate resiliency grants, you may be eligible for reimbursements for a portion of the cost of the installation of batteries to store your solar energy. Eligibility criteria for reimbursement 4:

  • All equipment must be purchased in Canada
  • Online purchases are only eligible if they are ordered from an online distributor in Canada.
  • The system must be composed of photovoltaic (PV) panel and inverter certified to CSA Standards
  • The rated PV panel must have peak power capacity higher than or equal to 1.0 kW
Option: Incentive amount
Single-family home MURBs
Install solar panels (photovoltaic (PV) system) ≥ 1.0 kW $1,000 per kW $1000

Resiliency measures

Climate change and its effects often hit close to home. Many environmental factors related to climate change can have an impact on your home causing fire, flooding, wind and loss of power. Your home and its location can help you identify your specific vulnerabilities to climate change. If you are in the process of making upgrades to your home, consider additional retrofits that could help protect your home and your family from environmental damages at the same time. Eligibility criteria for reimbursement: The resiliency measure detailed below must be combined with an energy efficiency retrofit from the Canadian Greener Homes Grants initiative.

Option Incentive amount
Batteries connected to Photovoltaic systems to provide standby power for home $1,000
Roofing Membrane – self-adhering roofing underlayment applied to entire roof $150
Foundation water-proofing $875
Moisture proofing crawl space floor, walls and headers (100%) $600

Multi-Unit Residential Buildings (MURBs)

A small MURB is a building of three or fewer storeys in height, having a building area not exceeding 600 m2, and are not retirement homes. MURBs must either be stacked (up/down) or have a common area – townhomes are not MURBs. Eligibility criteria for reimbursement:

  • The small MURB must conform with the definition set out by the Greener Homes Grant initiative
  • A single EnerGuide evaluation must be undertaken of the entire structure (or address) and not on a unit by unit basis.
  • Homeowners within the MURB need to organize themselves (e.g. by way of condo board) in such a way that all homeowners are aware that evaluation has taken place.
  • Retrofits in a MURB must be agreed to by the person or persons able to make decisions about the renovations to the building.
  • Individual homeowners within the MURB must apply for individual grants of up to $5,000 based on the single EnerGuide evaluation undertaken for the entire structure.

Calculating incentives

Insulation and air sealing
The maximum allowable amount for building envelope measures – adding insulation and/or air sealing – in MURBs will be calculated based on the number of units within the building. The table below provides the multiplier amount.
Number of dwelling units per MURB 2–3 4–6 7–9 10–12 13–16 17+
MURB Multiplier 1.0 1.5 2.0 2.5 3.0 4.0
For example, a MURB having 9 units wanting to claim amounts for both air sealing and exposed wall insulation would be calculated as follows: (Air Sealing Maximum $1,000 x 2.0 = $2,000) + (Exposed wall insulation $350 x 2.0 = $700) = $2,700 Reimbursements for building envelope measures must be claimed by one homeowner only and cannot be split by two homeowners. In other words, if one homeowner in a MURB only claims a portion of the measure, another home owner cannot claim the remainder.
Windows and Doors:
The windows and doors grants are calculated on a rough opening 5 basis. The allocated grant amount is the same as for a home. MURBs can install as many windows and/or doors up to a total of $5,000 per homeowner and a maximum of $20,000 per MURB.
Heating and cooling
Small MURBs will not qualify for measures related to heat pumps or domestic water heaters. Thermostats will not qualify for the multiplier for MURBs.
Renewables and resiliency
Small MURBs can apply the multiplier for the installation of a photovoltaic (PV) system (max $5,000) and for resiliency measures.

Receive $1800 to $5000 in rebates

Updating your Attic Insulation

Benefits of Insulating your Attic. SAVE up to 45% on your Natural Gas and Electricity Bills

Reduce your energy bills up to 45%

Reduces cold and hot spots in home

Free Government Approved Audit Prequalify for your Local Utilities Energy Efficiency Rebate Program $1800. •  Resistance to heat makes it more affordable to heat or cool your home •  Sealing an attic is important to the overall comfort in every season. •  Extends your roof life and reduces mold and mildew •  Attic insulation is the easiest and the most cost-effective upgrade to a home. Chart Based on Ontario average yearly Energy Consumption of $2000

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