Why is an Energy Assessment Important?

There are many reasons why you should have an energy assessment done on either a new or existing home. Peace of mind that your home is constructed and renovated to cost-effectively include energy efficient technologies, and that there aren’t Energy dollars leaking throughout your house. A Certified Energy Advisor will identify the best ways to improve the efficiency of your home.

Qualify for Rebates & Incentives

Effective  January 1 2023, the Canada Greener Homes Grant Program  and the Enbridge Home Efficiency Rebate Program (HER), have merged into the new “Enbridge Home Efficiency Rebate PLUS” (HER+) Program.

For Enbridge clients, the potential rebates have been enhanced to a maximum of $10,000 for eligible measures.

All “New” customers will be enrolled in the HER+ program

Existing clients (clients that have completed a Pre-Retrofit assessment prior to January 1 2023) have the option of transitioning to the new HER+ program, or remaining in the original HER &/or the Canada Greener Homes Grant Program when the Post-Retrofit assessment is completed.

**This option is available until April 30 2023. 

**All clients will be transitioned to the new HER+ effective May 1 2023

In addition to the listed Rebates, if clients have completed a Post Retrofit assessment and have completed eligible upgrades, all clients in the programs are eligible to receive an additional $600 Assessment Rebate. This rebate is intended to off-set the fees for the assessments performed.

**conditions apply

EnerGuide Assessments

An NRCan Registered Energy Advisor (REA) will thoroughly inspect all accessible areas of your home - insulation levels, mechanical equipment, windows/doors, overall air tightness -to determine the energy efficiency of your home. A list of cost effective upgrade recommendations will be prepared and presented to you in a comprehensive report.

Rebates and Incentives

Enbridge Gas is offering rebates up to $5000 for making energy-efficient upgrades to your home. This is available for homes that use natural gas (provided by Enbridge or Union Gas) for “primary heat”.

Trained Professionals

EAEA training begins during an exhaustive advisor selection process. Only individuals with a background in building and/or energy technologies qualify for acceptance with our company.

EnerGuide Assesment

An EnerGuide assessment is a full inspection and analysis of the energy efficiency of your home.

Thermal Imaging

We can find areas where insulation has sagged & separated, or areas that may have no insulation at all.

FREE Home Assistance

These programs are aimed at reducing the energy burden for those in need.

New Home Construction EnerGuide/Energy Star

An ENERGY STAR® qualified home is a home that has been built by a licensed Energy Star builder, and independently verified by a third party (not employed by the builder) energy advisor.