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What Do You Need To Know About Canada Greener Homes Grant?

What Do You Need To Know About Canada Greener Homes Grant?

Many people are interested in Canada Greener Homes Grant but don't know where to start. Luckily, there are several resources available to help you understand the program. This blog will provide you with the information you need to learn about the Canada Greener Homes Grant program and how it can help you achieve your green home goals.

What Is Canada Greener Homes Grant?

It is a program that will help you build a more sustainable, energy-efficient home. The program provides funding for eligible homeowners who want to develop a more eco-friendly home. The federal government will provide up to $5,000 to help homeowners make energy-efficient retrofits. And you can be eligible for getting an extra $600 for EnerGuide evaluations. This program can help you reduce your energy costs, improve the air quality in your home and reduce greenhouse gas emissions. Its benefits can be seen in several ways, but the main one is that it will help you save money. The Canada Greener Homes Grant program will also help to reduce your home energy costs by up to 30%.

Eligibility and Requirements

You must be a Canadian citizen or permanent resident and be over 18 years old. You need to own the home in Canada with proof that the home is the primary residence. The applicant’s house should be a minimum of 6 months old. The Canada Greener Homes Grant program is open to all homeowners in Canada. The program will also help increase the energy efficiency of eligible homes built or renovated. 

Eligible Retrofits

Green home retrofits can be eligible under the Canada Greener Homes Grant program. The Canada Green Building Council offers a comprehensive list of green retrofit projects eligible for the grant that include but are not limited to:
- Space and water heating - up to $5,000;
- Ground Source Heat Pumps;
- Air and Cold Climate Heat Pumps;
- Heat Pump Water Heaters - up to $1000.

How To Apply?

Fill out an application form to apply for the Canada Greener Homes Grant program. Here are the steps that you need to follow to apply for the grant:

1. Fill out the online application and schedule a pre-retrofit Ener-Guide evaluation;
2. Plan and complete the retrofits;
3. Schedule post-retrofit evaluation and submit the required documents;
4. Accept and receive your grant.

Now when you are aware of what you can do to achieve a greener home and how you can benefit from the Canada Green Home Grant program, you are ready to go. A-Plus Quality can help you to choose the eligible equipment and install it in your house. To get more information and start the process of getting a grant, contact us today!

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