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2019 Enbridge Approved Auditors List For Home Energy Conservation Program Available To Home Owners In Ontario

Who is a Qualified Auditor?

For Energy Savings, Audits play a key role in getting you qualified for rebates. Being as there is an abundance of different rebates at your disposal, Home Trade Standards has partnered with a variety of Audit companies that we feel qualify to get you the most out of your pre-qualifications and overall to get your money back! A qualified Auditor creates a process from beginning to end that keeps you in the loop on costs, reports & your return following the completion of the audit. 

Find an approved Registered Energy Auditors in your area to book your pre-energy assessment today:

Participants who complete a pre-energy assessment through the Home Energy Conservation Program will now be eligible for up to $5,000 back for participating in the Program. Any questions can be directed to incentives@enbridge.com or by calling 1-855-659-0549.

  1. Schedule your pre-energy audit with a Registered Energy Advisors (REA) from the list below.
  2. Complete two or more of the energy efficient upgrades provided to achieve a minimum of 10% natural gas savings.
  3. Book your post energy audit with the same Register Energy Advisor to validate the work has been completed.
  4. Receive your incentive cheque in 8-10 weeks

Qualifying Home Energy Upgrades

A: You must install at least two (2) of the recommended upgrades below in order to qualify for an incentive.

B: The cost of the first and the second audit is approximately $600 plus HTS. Enbridge will reimburse the audit upfront fee upon approval. Please note that the cost of the home energy assessments may vary amongst the Enbridge Service Organizations. 

C: The energy assessment process usually takes about 1.5 – 2 hours for the pre-assessment, and roughly an hour for the post-assessment.

D: Air Sealing cannot be count as first and second mandatory upgrades. It can be only used as a third measure. It is at the homeowners’ discretion that they choose to install the upgrades. Upgrades such as air sealing, and draft proofing can be done by the homeowner – but upgrades such as furnace or boiler replacement needs to be installed by a licensed HVAC Contractor.

To learn more about what Air Sealing, please click the below links:

2019 Home Energy Conservation program. Tankless Water Heater upgrades.

2019 Home Energy Conservation program. High efficiency Furnace or boiler upgrades.

2019 Home Energy Conservation program. High efficiency Basement Insulation upgrades.

2019 Home Energy Conservation program. High efficiency Exterior Wall insulation upgrades.

2019 Home Energy Conservation program. Attic Insulation upgrades.

2019 Home Energy Conservation program. Air Sealing upgrades.

To see frequently asked questions and important program update, please click here.

Here is the list of approved auditors by Natural Resources Canada Agency (NRCan)

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