We partner with a number of industry-leading HVAC manufacturers to bring you the best products and solutions. To help you stay up-to-date with your home comfort systems, these manufacturers often provide seasonal and product-specific promotions that could save you hundreds or even thousands of dollars.
Contact us for more information on how you can save on your next purchase.
Rebates and home energy retrofit programs
Did you know as much as 60% of your annual electricity costs goes towards heating and cooling your home? It makes sense to look for ways to reduce your usage?
Home Energy Conservation Program
With a couple improvements to your natural gas, propane, oil, or wood heating system, you could qualify for incentives of up to $2100. This program makes it easy and affordable for you to improve the energy efficiency of your home, lower your energy bills, and reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
You must complete at least two Home Energy Upgrades and achieve a minimum 15% annual natural gas, oil, propane, or wood fuel savings.
$1,000* incentive when you have a fuel savings of 15% to 24%
$1,500* incentive when you have a fuel savings of 25% to 49%
$2,100* incentive when you have a fuel savings of 50% or above
For more information and the list of qualifying Home Energy Updates, visit Know Your Energy Score.
Heating and Cooling Incentive
This incentive is available for residents and businesses (and businesses with residential-type systems) in Ontario who have purchased and installed* eligible replacement central heating or cooling equipment through a participating contractor.
$250 incentive when you have an existing furnace replaced with the purchase and installation of a high-efficiency furnace equipped with an Electronically Commutated Motor (ECM).**
$250 incentive when you have an existing central air conditioner (CAC) replaced with the purchase and installation of an ENERGY STAR qualified CAC system. (NOTE: ENERGY STAR qualified criteria = minimum 14.5 SEER and 12 EER ).**
$400 incentive when you have an existing CAC replaced with the purchase and installation of a stand-alone CEE “Tier 2” level central air conditioning system. (NOTE: “Tier 2” level qualified criteria = minimum 15 SEER and 12.5 EER).**
For more information on the rebate, visit Save On Energy.
Heat pump incentive
This incentive is available to you if you have an electric furnace or baseboard heating.
Get an incentive of up to $4,000 of total project costs
If you qualify, you will receive an incentive of up to $4,000 on the total installed cost of an industry-leading heat pump. The heat pump is yours to keep after the pilot ends. Installation will be carried out by a pre-approved contractor at your convenience. Throughout the pilot, you’ll also have access to an Energy Advisor to answer any questions and provide assistance.
Save up to $1,350 a year on heating costs
Heat pumps are among the most economical ways to heat and cool a home. If you take part in this one-year pilot, you can expect to reduce heating costs by about 50% – that would mean approximately $675 to $1,350 in annual savings.
For more information on the rebate, visit Hydro One.
*$500 covering the full energy audit costs, not including HST. An instant rebate of $150 will be applied to the first audit and $350 for the remainder of the audit cost will be reimbursed in the total remaining incentive amount.
**Incentives for installations of eligible equipment completed between January 1, 2017 and June 30, 2017. Your contractor must enter your online incentive submission by July 8, 2017 and all supporting documentation including the proof of purchase must be submitted by August 30, 2017.