Along with the Canada Greener Homes Grant and other Canada-wide energy efficiency rebates and grants, there are several grants and rebates available specifically for Ontario residents. These are designed to help reduce the cost of installing energy-saving retrofits and products in your home - from attic insulation to new doors & windows to ENERGYSTAR certified appliances, there are many ways to save when upgrading your home to be more efficient.
Effective January 2023, the Home Efficiency Rebate Plus makes the rebate application process easy for Ontario residents. It combines the application for the Home Efficiency Rebate through Enbridge Gas with the Canada Greener Home Grant all in one place.
To be eligible for the Home Efficiency Rebate Plus, you need to live in Ontario and be a customer of Enbridge Gas. Your house should be detached, semi-detached, a row/townhome or a mobile home on a permanent foundation.
* Based on responses to FAQs on eligibility criteria. Note: If a homeowner is going to sign up for service with Enbridge Gas in the near future they may be eligible for the full rebates covered under their program.
If you aren’t an Enbridge Gas customer, you can still apply for the Home Efficiency rebate, but you will only be eligible for up to $5,000 in rebates through the Canada Greener Homes Grant.
If you own a rental property, and it is not your primary residence, you are still eligible for coverage through Enbridge. You will not be eligible for the federal Canada Greener Homes Grant portion, but if you are an Enbridge customer you can still receive up to $5,000 in rebates.
Sign up with Saaf to get started with the grant process today.
Enbridge Gas’s Smart Thermostats discount is available to Ontario residents living in a detached, semi-detached or row townhouse, who are Enbridge Gas customers – all you need is a discount code. Simply get the discount code before you purchase your new smart thermostat, and you’ll receive $75 off!
You can use your discount code when purchasing a smart thermostat in-store at the Home Depot, or online at:
The Home Winterproofing Program can help you lower your natural gas bill through energy efficient retrofits. The program was designed to help pensioners living in older, drafty homes. It covers the cost of wall, attic or basement insulation, draft proofing and a smart thermostat.
To be eligible for the Home Winterproofing Program, you must be a residential Enbridge gas customer, live in Ontario, and have a household income within the specified income brackets. Check the Enbridge Gas website for more detailed household income requirement information.
For more information about all the grants and rebates available to you for your energy-efficient retrofit renovation, get in touch with us.
The Energy Affordability Program through Save on Energy offers a free energy assessment and installation of the recommended retrofits. The program was designed to help income-eligible families reduce monthly electricity bills.
To be eligible for the Energy Affordability Program, you must live in Ontario and be responsible for paying your electricity bill, either as a homeowner or a renter. You must also fit within a specific income bracket – check out Save on Energy’s website for more detailed information on income eligibility.
The Remote First Nations Energy-Efficiency Program through Save on Energy offers funding to help reduce energy costs for eligible homes, helping homeowners save on energy costs. The program offers a free energy home assessment and free installation of the recommended devices.
Sign up with Saaf for help accessing your Ontario energy efficiency rebates. Through Saaf, you can get multiple quotes from different contractors who are ready to help you update the efficiency of your home. You can choose the best bid, and we’ll make sure that you receive the grants and rebates that you are eligible for.