Make your home more energy efficient

Federal government will pay up to $5,000 if you make your home more energy efficient

The government of Canada is launching a new program today that offers Canadians grants of up to $5,000 to pay for energy-saving home upgrades.

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and Natural Resources Minister Seamus O’Regan rolled out the Canada Greener Homes Grants program today — worth about $2.6 billion over seven years — to help homeowners upgrade heaters, install solar panels and replace windows and doors.

Homeowners will be able to receive grants of up to $5,000 to make energy efficient retrofits to their primary residences, and up to $600 to help with the cost of home energy evaluations.

One Response to Make your home more energy efficient

  1. Joe Unser says:

    This program will indeed assist owners to convert to a more energy efficient heat source (Air Source Heat Pump) while providing cooling as Global Warming creates more unbearable hotter days. The program also includes attic insulation improvements which
    reduces heat loss providing energy cost savings as well as a more comfortable home. It is pleasing to know that both our Federal Government AND our Provincial Government are supporting converting your heating system to a more efficient, economical, comfortable & responsible way to heat our homes.

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