Home Energy Upgrades
What are the qualifying home energy upgrades?
To be eligible up to $5,000 Enbridge incentive, you must complete at least 2 of the following upgrades to your home and achieve a minimum of 10% natural gas savings. Speak with your energy advisor to learn about meeting this savings metric.
Customers who complete more than two upgrades also qualify for a $250 bonus for each additional upgrade installed—up to a maximum of $5,000.
Your registered energy advisor will walk you through all the rebates your home is eligible for and explain how to get the $250 bonus.
High-Efficiency Furnace or Boiler1
For replacing a
- 94% or lower efficiency with a 95% AFUE or higher natural gas furnace
- 89% or lower efficiency with a 90% AFUE natural gas condensing boiler
Note: The combi system qualifies as a boiler and is eligible for the rebate.2
1Maximum one eligible heating system rebate per meter. Your home’s primary heating source must be natural gas.
2Combo system: Domestic water heater (usually with air handler - fan) that generates hot water and space heating (includes EF rating)
- Replacing heating system and water heater with Combo system qualifies for water heater rebate only
- Replacing existing Combo system with furnace/boiler and water heater qualifies for water heater rebate only
- Replacing the air handler with a furnace without replacing the water heater does not qualify for a rebate
Add at least R23 to 100% of basement
Add at least R12 to 100% of basement
Add at least R23 to 100% of crawl space wall
Add at least R10 to 100% of crawl space wall
Add at least R24 to 100% of floor above crawl space
Exterior wall insulation1
Add at least R9 for 100% of building to achieve a minimum of R12
Add at least R3.8 for 100% of building to achieve a minimum of R12
Increase attic insulation to at least R50 from R12 or less
Increase attic insulation to at least R50 from R13 to R25
Increase cathedral/flat roof insulation by at least R14
Achieve 10% or more above base target
Achieve base target
1 The rebate is pro-rated based on the percentage of wall area insulated and does not include walls between individual units. For a semi-detached, rebates are 75 per cent of the amounts shown. For a row townhome, rebates are 50 per cent of the amounts shown.
2 Can qualify for either crawl space wall or floor above crawl space rebate.
3 Insulate a minimum of 20 per cent of the total ceiling area. When the roof consists of more than one type and/or sections (i.e., any combination of attic, cathedral ceiling and flat roof), rebates are pro-rated based on the total ceiling area percentages upgraded. The rebate for any combination of attic, cathedral ceiling and flat roof cannot exceed $500.
For each window, door or skylight replaced with ENERGY STAR® Zone 2 or 3 qualified model.
1 $40 rebate per rough opening. Bay window considered one rough opening.
• Replace water heater with 0.80 EF or higher tanked natural gas water heater.
• Replace water heater with 0.82 EF or higher tankless natural gas water heater
Note: The combo system qualifies as a water heater and is eligible for the rebate.2
1 Maximum one water heater rebate per home.
2 A combi or combo system CANNOT qualify for both the space heating boiler rebate and the domestic hot water rebate; it counts as one measure. However, replacing a combi or combo system with a space heating boiler and domestic water heater counts as two measures and qualifies for both rebates.