1. $$$ Cash Rebates
  2. EnerGuide Ratings
  3. Infrared Inspections
  4. Energy Audits

Ontario Home Energy Conservation Program

When your home consumes less energy, it frees up money for other things, like vacations, your children’s education and retirement.

Home Energy Conservation (HEC) Program in partnership with the Government of Ontario and Enbridge Gas will help you save money and is simply the right thing to do.

If you’re a qualified homeowner, you can take advantage of valuable incentives of up to $2,100. READ MORE

EnerGuide for Houses provides energy evaluations of houses, whether they are already built or only exist as plans. Its purpose is to improve the energy efficiency and reduce the environmental impact of homes in Canada by identifying opportunities for energy savings.The program determines the amount of heat loss from each component of the house and makes recommendations to dwelling owners or home-builders on how to improve energy efficiency.

The EnerGuide for Houses evaluation is conducted by a licensed energy advisor who collects data and performs an onsite evaluation of the house and its mechanical and heating systems, and performs a fan depressurization test ("blower door test") to determine the air-tightness of the building envelope. READ MORE

A Green Home Energy Infrared Home Inspection allows you to get more detailed information about the home you own or the home you are looking to buy. An infrared thermographic home inspection can identify hidden issues in a home that would not be visible to the naked eye.

Thermal Imaging is a highly sophisticated and advanced technology used to detect infrared energy waves which are outside of our visible human light spectrum. Infrared thermal imaging technology provides a non-destructive and non-invasive means of inspecting many applications and can be used to help detect many types of hidden defects in homes and their systems. READ MORE

If you are selling your home, an energy audit will identify your home's energy efficiency and energy rating. This can help identify how your home stands out above the rest. It also helps identify what upgrades you have done to your home and how it will save a potential buyer money in the future.

If you are buying a home, an energy audit will again identify a home's energy efficiency and energy rating. You can use the energy audit report to compare homes and potential operating and future rennovation expenses. As the cost of energy continues to rise, more home buyers and owners are realizing their budgets are no longer just being pinched by their mortgages. READ MORE

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