Energy efficiency resources for your home retrofits
Home retrofits pay dividends
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Any home, no matter when it was built, can become more energy-efficient. Even with modern construction standards that demand greater energy efficiency, both new and older homes can be retrofitted to improve their energy performance. This can help save you money.
Modern construction standards demand greater energy efficiency in new homes. Both newer and older homes can be retrofitted to improve their energy performance. Homeowners can be energy-efficient in their habits too.
Whether you’re planning small fixes or major renovations, consider making energy efficiency retrofits. It will help lower your consumption and energy bills, make your home more comfortable to live in, and can add value to your home.
Save energy and money by making modest investments and minor changes around your home. Improvements can be found outside and inside your home. View room-by-room energy efficiency improvements.
Learn more about how to have your home evaluated to improve energy efficiency with an EnerGuide home evaluation.
The EnerGuide label shows how much energy a product uses and how it compares to similar models. It helps you make informed decisions about the energy use of products you buy.
Your home operates as a system. All of its elements – the building envelope, ventilation, heating and cooling systems, the external environment and even the activities of the occupants – affect one another.
Resources on sustainable and affordable housing
The Government of Canada has a suite of policies and measures aimed to support low-income Canadians, including efforts to support more sustainable and affordable housing. This year, an interest-free loan program will provide homeowners up to $40,000 to help complete deep home retrofits. This loan program will help make initiatives like the Canada Greener Homes Grant accessible to more homeowners. Register to receive updates when the loan initiative becomes available.
- Explore financial incentives by province and territory
- National housing strategy
- Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation affordable housing initiatives
- National Housing Co-investment fund
- Federation of Canadian Municipalities - sustainable affordable housing initiatives
Initiatives and resources for Indigenous households and communities
Supports projects to help Canada’s rural, remote and Indigenous communities to reduce reliance on diesel fuel and transition to clean energy
Find out about initiatives and subsidies that support the building and management of housing for Indigenous Peoples.
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Find other incentives to help you make changes at home
When it comes to energy in Canada, where you live matters. If you are not eligible for this initiative or are looking to take your energy upgrades even further, take advantage of existing rebates being offered by our other levels of governments and utilities in your region, including a number of Property Assessed Clean Energy (PACE) programs. Many provinces, territories, municipalities and non-governmental organizations (NGOs) have initiatives specifically for low-income Canadians.
- Find the most energy efficient model for your needs
- Consider additional retrofits that could help protect your home and your family
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- Learn about the results from an EnerGuide home evaluation
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