GreenON Rebates for Ground-Source Heat Pumps

Heat and cool your home while reducing your carbon emissions. Ground-source heat pumps (GSHPs), also known as home geothermal, use the earth's constant underground temperature to draw heat to warm your home more efficiently, which can reduce heating costs by up to 50 per cent. In the summer, it reverses the cycle to keep your home cool and comfortable.

GreenON Rebates for Ground-Source Heat Pumps

GreenON Rebates for Ground-Source Heat Pumps

Using a participating contractor, Ontario homeowners who live in a detached home, townhouse or semi are able to take part. The rebate is also available to homeowners of new custom home builds. If you are a landlord, you must obtain permission from your tenants.


What You Get

Receive up to $20,000 in rebates for an ENERGY STAR® Certified GSHP which can save you up to 50 per cent on heating costs. Rebates are available for three models:

Horizontal closed-loop heat pump:

Receive $2,000/loop ton up to $15,000

If your home is located on sufficient land this heat pump may be the most cost-effective for you. Pipes are laid in trenches, which requires a minimum 600 feet of ¾” or 1” HDPE pipe per ton or 500 feet of 1-¼” HDPE pipe per ton.

GreenON Rebates for Ground-Source Heat Pumps


Pond closed-loop heat pump:

Receive $2,000/loop ton up to $15,000

Have a property with a pond? If it’s the right size and depth this heat pump may be the most cost-effective option for you. Pipes are laid at least eight feet below the pond surface and connect to your home.

 


Vertical closed-loop heat pump:

Receive $3,000/loop ton up to $20,000

This heat pump is most often used where there is less space available or soil is too shallow or difficult to trench. Pipes require minimum 200 feet of borehole and 400 feet of ¾” or 1” HDPE pipe per ton or 180 feet of borehole and 360 feet of 1-¼” HDPE pipe per ton.

GreenON Rebates for Ground-Source Heat Pumps


Already have a heat pump and looking to update? Receive up to $4,500 to replace or repair your ground-source heat pump. Systems must be at least 20 years old.

Receive up to $750/ton of heat pump when replacing an existing ground source heat pump system or $750/loop ton for ground loop repair.

 

For more information about available grants for your home or business or to learn how to repair your credit please go to:

http://www.governmentgrantscanada.ca/

GreenON Rebates for Ground-Source Heat Pumps

GreenON Rebates for Air-Source Heat Pumps

Get up to $5,800 for an Air-Source Heat Pump

 

Use the outside air to heat and cool your home while reducing your carbon footprint. Air-source heat pumps (ASHPs) use heat exchangers to draw heat from the outside air to bring it indoors, keeping your home warm more efficiently. In the summer it reverses the cycle to keep you cool.

Rebates for Air-Source Heat Pumps


Who Can Participate

Using a participating contractor, Ontario homeowners who live in a detached home, townhouse or semi are able to take part. If you are a landlord, you must obtain permission from your tenants.

Please note that in order to qualify for this rebate your home must use electricity, propane or heating oil as a primary heating source. Homes heated with natural gas are not eligible.


What You Get

Receive up to $5,800 to install or replace an air-source heat pump in your home. Air-source heat pumps are more efficient than ever, so it’s easy to find a model that’s right for your home.

Rebates for Air-Source Heat Pumps

For homes with existing ductwork:

  • ENERGY STAR® Ducted Air-Source Heat Pump $3,250
  • ENERGY STAR® Cold Climate Ducted Air-Source Heat Pump $5,500

 

For homes without existing ductwork:

  • ENERGY STAR® Ductless Air-Source Heat Pump $1,900
  • ENERGY STAR® Ductless Multiport Air-Source Heat Pump $2,500 for exterior unit and first two interior units plus $250 for each additional interior unit, up to a maximum of $4,250
  • ENERGY STAR® Cold Climate Ductless Air-Source Heat Pump $2,500
  • ENERGY STAR® Cold Climate Ductless Multiport Air-Source Heat Pump $3,000 for exterior unit and first two interior units plus $400 for each additional interior unit, up to a maximum of $5,800

Rebates for Air-Source Heat Pumps

Which system is right for me?

Call GreenON Support to find out. It depends on your home’s age, size and location. You can also ask a GreenON participating contractor, who can assess your home and recommend the best options for you. Some manufacturers offer additional rebates and extended warranties, so be sure to ask your contractor if your system qualifies.

 

For more information about available grants for your home or business or to learn how to repair your credit please go to:

http://www.governmentgrantscanada.ca/

Rebates for Air-Source Heat Pumps

GreenON Rebates for Insulation and High-Performance Windows

GreenON Rebates for Insulation

What makes high-performing windows so energy-efficient? Today’s high-performance windows reduce energy loss, condensation and noise, while also increasing home comfort and resale value. Get to know the ins and outs of high-efficiency windows.

GreenON Rebates for Insulation

In order to be eligible for GreenON Rebates, please be aware of the following requirements:

  • Windows must be on ENERGY STAR®’s Most Efficient models list which recognizes high-performance products with a U-factor at or below 1.4 W/m2•K or 0.25 Btu/h•ft.2•°F.
  • Windows must be certified to Climate Zone 3.
  • Installations must replace an existing window – including the window frames as well as the sashes and glass units – also called “brick-to-brick” installation. Windows that replace doors are not eligible.
  • Windows must be purchased from and installed by a Participating Contractor.

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You can receive $500 per eligible window, for up to ten windows. The installed cost of each window (materials and labour) must exceed $500 to receive a rebate. Bay or bow windows with more than one glass unit or other windows with pillars (whether load bearing or not) qualify as one rough opening – and are eligible for one rebate.

To find a Participating Contractor please go to:

https://greenon.ca/find-a-contractor

ow your new windows are installed is just as important as the type of windows you buy. A poorly installed window can allow drafts, noise, dust or even water leaks, resulting in costly damages. Be sure to choose a GreenON participating contractor, obtain at least three quotes to compare, and check references.

GreenON Rebates for Insulation

 

Consider these three things when planning your upgrade:

  1. Which installation is best?

    To qualify for GreenON Fund Rebates, talk to a participating contractor about “brick-to-brick” installation (removing existing framing, jambs, etc. and starting fresh).

  2. Ask for low-e coatings

    Reduce heat loss in winter and heat gain in summer by up to 30 per cent.

  3. Which frames are best?

    Talk to a participating contractor about the pros and cons of each type of frame, along with the style that will best match your home’s look.

For more information about available grants for your home or business or to learn how to repair your credit please go to:

http://www.governmentgrantscanada.ca/

 

GreenON Rebates for Insulation