260 Edgeley Blvd – Unit 13B Vaughan, Ontario (ON) L4K 3Y4

Enbridge Home Efficiency Rebate

Enbridge Home Efficiency Rebate-all season inspection
NEW Enbridge Home Efficiency Rebate Plus (HER+)

Program is now available for up to $10,000



enbridge rebate program or
Enbridge Home Efficiency Rebate (HER) for up to $5000

To qualify for Enbridge rebate program , you must complete at least 2 of the following upgrades:

    1. Replace your furnace with a high-efficiency furnace (note – requires a total of three upgrades as of Jan 1st, 2020)

    1. Replace your boiler with high efficiency condensing boiler

    1. Upgrading your basement insulation

    1. Add exterior wall insulation

    1. Increase attic insulation

    1. Improve air sealing

    1. Upgrade your windows

    1. Replace your water heater with a high efficiency instantaneous

NOTE: Your home must be heated with a natural gas furnace or boiler.

Customers who complete more than two upgrades under the Enbridge Gas/Union Gas program also qualify for a $250 bonus for each additional upgrade installed up to a maximum of $5,000.

Your registered energy advisor will walk you through all the Enbridge rebate program of your home and will explain to you which area you may be  eligible for and will explain how to get the $250 bonus.

Your cost is $128 after reimbursement of the audit cost.


Enbridge Home Efficiency Rebate Progr

Energy audit can be a great way to help reduce your home energy consumption by providing incentives to upgrade your home with more energy-efficient systems. Here are some ways energy rebates can help:

  1. Upgrade to more energy-efficient appliances: Many utility companies and government agencies offer rebates for upgrading to more energy-efficient appliances such as refrigerators, washing machines, and air conditioners. These appliances consume less energy, which can significantly reduce your monthly utility bills.

  2. Install more efficient heating and cooling systems: Energy rebates can also be applied to upgrades for your heating and cooling systems. By installing more efficient HVAC systems, you can lower your energy consumption, save money, and reduce your carbon footprint.

  3. Upgrade your home’s insulation: A well-insulated home can help reduce energy consumption by keeping your home cooler in the summer and warmer in the winter. Energy rebates can help offset the cost of upgrading your home’s insulation.

  4. Switch to renewable energy: Some energy rebates are available for homeowners who install solar panels, or other renewable energy systems. By generating your own clean energy, you can reduce your dependence on traditional energy sources and lower your carbon footprint.

Overall, energy rebates can provide a valuable incentive for homeowners to make upgrades that improve the energy efficiency of their homes, which can help lower their energy bills and reduce their impact on the environment. and ENBRIDGE REBATE PROGRAM can help you achieve this goal.