2019 Enbridge Approved Auditors for Energy Savings to home owners require an audit, As 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.
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 firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling 1-855-659-0549. To ensure this process as seamless, Home Trade Standards has made a list of Approved Auditors that service the GTA and surrounding areas.
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.
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