What Ontario rebate programs are available?
Ontario rebate programs for home renovations or new construction builds are prone to be changed suddenly and on an ongoing basis, which is why it's important to have an organization you can trust keep close contact with the organizations providing rebates to Ontario homeowners.
Do I qualify for Ontario rebate programs?
Finding out whether or not your home or living situation qualifies for Ontario rebate programs can be a confusing and time-consuming process. Great Northern Insulation can help determine whether or not you qualify for certain rebate programs by learning about your desired home improvements and collecting other information from you. Some rebate programs may require additional steps before or after home upgrades have been completed, and GNI works with you to outline this process and each individual step to ensure that you benefit from the highest rebate or subsidy possible.
If you have questions regarding any of the rebate programs below, or whether they are applicable to you, you can reach out to us through our contact page or by calling 1-800-265-1914 to speak to one of our dedicated customer experience experts, who will be able to advise you on rebate programs available to you.
Are the Canada Greener Homes Grant or Enbridge Home Efficiency Rebate programs still available?
On January 4, 2023, Enbridge Gas entered a partnership with the Government of Canada's Greener Home Grant to co-deliver the program in Ontario as the Home Efficiency Rebate Plus (HER+) program. This new co-ordinated program allows for more Ontarians to qualify for home energy retrofit rebates, and increased the dollar value of many available rebates for Enbridge Gas customers.
If you are Enbridge Gas customer, you may qualify for up to $10,000 in rebates for home insulation upgrades. Non-Enbridge Gas customers can qualify for up to $5,000 in rebates. For more information view our Home Efficiency Rebate Plus (HER+) program page here.
What is an energy audit/assessment?
Certain rebate programs may require a pre- and post-work energy audit to be completed in order to be eligible to receive rebates. An energy audit, or energy assessment, is an evaluation to tell you how much energy your home consumes, and identifies problematic areas that should be improved or fixed. Following an energy audit, completed by an NRCAN-registered energy advisor, you will receive several reports, including an EnerGuide Rating label, which gives you detailed information specific to your home. These reports will assist in outlining your best plan of action to make your home more comfortable and reduce your energy bills!