A number of options are available for upgrading the energy efficiency of your windows, meaning you can maximize your home efficiency rebate up to $10 600! A total window and frame replacement with new, high-performance ENERGY STAR® certified windows or inserts can make your home more comfortable, save energy, and help fight climate change. Learn more about replacing your windows.
Often shortened to HER+, this is a new for 2023 collaborative rebate program that combines the Home Efficiency Rebate (HER) offered by Enbridge Gas and Natural Resources Canada (NRCan) with Canada’s Greener Homes Grant (CGHC).
The goal is to help Canadians save more energy by financially incentivizing them to retrofit their homes, which includes their windows and doors. The rebate program runs until 2027—the time is now to invest in energy efficiency!
A new window unit can be inserted into the existing frame of an old window, but replacements of only the glass, sash, or door without a frame are not eligible.
A maximum of up to $325 per window and $175 per door to a cap of $10,600*
A rough opening is the structural framing in a wall or roof separating a heated from unheated space that creates an opening for the installation of a window, door or skylight. For example, a bay window with three window units installed into one rough opening is eligible for only one grant.
ENERGY STAR certified means that the model meets or exceeds the ENERGY STAR levels. Each certified model comes with a temporary label showing that the unit is ENERGY STAR certified.
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