Insulation

Rebates

In Canada, insulation rebates are a part of the government’s commitment to promote energy efficiency and reduce the carbon footprint of homes and businesses. These rebates are available across various provinces and territories, each with guidelines and incentives designed to make buildings more energy-efficient.

Key Features Of

Insulation Rebates

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Tax Credits

Homeowners can claim a tax credit of up to 30% of the product cost, with a maximum amount credited of $1,200 annually.

Annual Limits

There are aggregate yearly limits on the amount of credit that can be claimed for home envelope improvements, including insulation.

Eligible Products

Bulk insulation products like batts, rolls, blow-in fibers, rigid boards, and expanding spray qualify for rebates. Air-sealing products with a Manufacturer’s Certification Statement are also eligible.

Principal Residence Requirement

The rebate applies to existing homes that serve as the owner’s principal residence. New constructions and rentals do not qualify.

No Upfront Cost

Some programs offer insulation upgrades without any upfront costs, allowing homeowners to pay for the enhancements based on a plan that suits their budget.

The Home Efficiency Rebate Program

offered the following incentives

Up to $600

Home Energy Assessments

The first step is to identify which upgrades are appropriate for your property.

Up to $10,000

Home Insulation

Insulate your attic, foundation, walls, and exposed floors to improve comfort, save money on energy, and avoid moisture damage.

Up to $1,300

Air Sealing

Draftproofing eliminates drafts while also improving air quality and saving energy.

Up to $325

Windows And Doors

for each high-performance window that prevents moisture and drafts

Up to $6,500

Space & Water Heating

ENERGY STAR® certified hot water heat pumps use up to 70% less energy. Heat pumps that use the ground, air, or domestic hot water meet the requirements.

Up to $125

Smart Thermostats

Boost the comfort and reduce costs by saving energy automatically.

Up to $5,000

Solar Panels

Produce your electricity and lessen reliance on the grid. Solar panels and batteries qualify.

costs up to $1,625

Weatherproofing

Protect your home from climate change-related calamities like fires and flooding.

As Part Of The Canada Greener Homes Initiative

Grants range from $125 to $5,000

Get a portion of your expenditures returned for qualified home retrofits.

Up to $600

As a maximum contribution towards the overall costs of your pre-and post-retrofit EnerGuide evaluations.

Interest-free loans of up to $40,000

with a 10-year repayment term to help you complete significant home renovations.

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