This is how it works. You own a house, have a natural gas furnace or boiler and you would like to complete some upgrades but haven’t started yet. You research Enbridge Home Efficiency Rebate and look into renovations.
Before you’re ready to start you get a Pre-Retrofit Energy Audit. After the audit you are provided with an EnerGuide Label (LBL), Home Owner Information Sheet (HOIS) and a Renovation Upgrade Report (RUR). These reports give you energy information about your house, telling you how much energy your house cost to live in for a year in Gigajoules. (The rating is standardized to allow for the comparison of homes.) The Renovation Upgrade Report (RUR) guides you more toward beneficial upgrades personalized for your house.
The next step is to plan out your renovation upgrades. Two upgrades minimum are required and three if a furnace is included. Do not forget to keep good documentation and take pictures of the work being done. You have to complete your renovations within 120 days and have your Post-Retrofit Energy Audit booked before the 120th day. The post-audit provides you with your new EnerGuide Label and Home Owner Information Sheet (HOIS). The application for rebates will be sent to Enbridge. Enbridge calculates the rebates and sends them to you.
Enbridge Home Efficiency Rebate is ideal for insulation, furnace, boiler, hot water tank upgrades, and a fast turnaround.
List of eligible rebates:
– Attic insulation
– Basement insulation
– Crawlspace insulation
– Wall insulation
– Air sealing
– Hot water tank
– Energy audit