Up to $12,900 in Home Renovation Grants!

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Greener Homes Grant:
Up to $5,600
CleanBC Better Homes:
Up to $7,300

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Through the Canadian Greener Homes Grant, homeowners can increase the insulation in their home’s crawl space, basement, ceiling/attic, exposed floors, or exterior walls. Not only will you save money by investing in insulation, but it will also slow the rate of heat loss and improve your home’s energy efficiency. We use a system that measures the insulation’s resistance to heat flow. The higher the resistance level, the more beneficial it is to your home because it means heat is transferring through insulation materials slowly. Using the levels measured, our expert energy advisors will give you the incentive’s calculation and provide recommendations of improvements for insulation throughout your home.

Please note that all equipment used for insulation must be purchased in Canada, and purchases made online are only eligible if ordered from a Canadian distributor.

When thinking of a retrofit strategy to improve your home’s energy efficiency, our energy experts will first look at reducing air from leaving your home. We will provide you with a report which will give you a target to increase the tightness of the air in your home. The lower your current value is, the more favourable your grant will be. Typically, air-sealing professionals are hired to help with high levels of tightness in your home’s air.
Over 60% of the energy used in the average household in Canada is due to space heating because of the country’s cold climate. Switching to more energy-efficient heating equipment such as heat pumps will cut down both your carbon emissions and utility bills. Over the course of a product’s lifetime, the cost of energy to operate it is just as important as the upfront price, if not more so.

An electrically-driven device, a heat pump extracts heat from a low-temperature place and delivers it to an area with a higher temperature. In a moderate climate, relying on a heat pump to heat or cool your home is effective. In colder climates, a “cold climate” heat pump” is more effective as the need for supplemental heat sources is reduced.

There are a wide array of options to choose from when upgrading the energy efficiency of your home’s windows. By installing brand new high-performance Energy Star certified windows and new frame replacements, you can save energy, make your home more comfortable, and combat climate change.

For more information on certified windows and inserts, click here.

The Canada Greener Homes Initiative gives you the ability to obtain a grant for installing technology with solar renewable energy. This type of energy uses energy derived from natural processes that replenish faster or at an equal rate than consumed. Solar photovoltaic technology converts sunlight into electricity directly. You could be reimbursed for a portion of the cost of installing batteries that stores the solar energy you created through the Climate Resiliency Grants.

You Qualify if You…

  • Own a detached, semi-detached, row house, or mobile home.
  • The home must be your primary residence.
  • Have an energy assessment both before and after your renovations.
  • Complete at least one eligible energy up-grade renovation.
  • Provide copies of all receipts for energy upgrades.
  • Have a pre-retrofit evaluation after Dec. 01, 2020.

How it Works…

  1. Have us perform a pre-retrofit evaluation before you begin eligible upgrades.
  2. Complete the upgrades you choose.
  3. Have us perform the post-retrofit evaluation to confirm the upgrades.
  4. $600 of the evaluation costs are refunded, included in the $5,600 maximum.
  5. Upload your receipts to the Greener Homes Portal.
  6. Grant cheques are mailed 90-120 days after the homeowner uploads their records to the Greener Homes Portal.

Greener Homes

As part of our work, we are committed to ensuring Greener Homes reaches diverse Canadians including those living in remote and northern communities and those with limited internet access. For more information on Greener Homes click here.

Clean BC

We’re taking the next big step on our continent-leading CleanBC plan and introducing new measures, so that we can meet our emissions reduction targets for 2030 and reach net zero by 2050. For more information on CleanBC click here.

Contact Us

Energy Werx BC is the leading home energy evaluation company serving the Lower Mainland, Vancouver & Vancouver Island, Kootenay Mountain and the Okanagan, BC. Please let us show you how we can help you receive the most rebates available. Submit your information via our contact form and one of our team members will get back to you right away.

250-483-5060
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