How can you green your home while saving money?
If you are planning on renovating, there are a few things to keep in mind that might help pay for those upgrades, while making your home more energy efficient. Each of our RenoMark™ renovators will be able to assist you in upgrading your home to help the environment and save you money on your energy bills, from start to finish.
The Home Energy Conservation Program is being delivered by Enbridge Gas Distribution in partnership with the Government of Ontario. This Program offers incentives of up to $2,100 to homeowners to help improve the energy efficiency of their home, lower their energy bills and reduce greenhouse gas emissions. CLICK HERE
For Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation's rebate incentives table, CLICK HERE
For a complete homeowner's guide to green renovation please CLICK HERE
How can I pay for these upgrades?
Your banking institution may also offer a rebate program, or special financing when doing an energy audit.
Details on RBC Energy Saver Mortgage rebate on a home energy audit HERE.
Live Green Toronto
Learn about Live Green Toronto funding, other grant program and community funding to help you go green in your neighbourhood HERE.
BMO Eco Smart Mortgage
In order to qualify for the BMO Eco Smart Mortgage, the home must meet certain requirements as confirmed by a third-party appraiser (or energy auditor) arranged by BMO. CLICK HERE
Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation (CMHC) incentive
If a person uses CMHC insured financing to buy an energy-efficient home or purchases a house and makes energy-saving renovations to make it more energy efficient, a 10-per-cent refund on the mortgage loan insurance premium may be available.
For more information on the eco-renovation programs available to you from the province or how you can update your home to help the environment call one of the RenoMark renovators and see how you can get your project started. If you are already considering a renovation, why not make it an energy efficient one, and save some money long term.