If your last evaluation took place before April 1, 2020, and you wish to participate in the Canada Greener Homes Grant Program, you must obtain a new evaluation before undertaking any work. To do so, follow the five steps of the usual participation procedure. If this situation does not apply to you, follow the simplified procedure below.
The steps to follow for returning participants have been simplified.
You need not obtain a pre-work evaluation: the most recent energy evaluation of your home is used to check whether your renovations helped improve the EnerGuide rating of your home. If so, you may claim the financial assistance to which you are entitled. This will also be the procedure to follow for all subsequent participations in the Rénoclimat program.
The wait time for an appointment with a Rénoclimat energy advisor is typically one month. Due to the high volume of applications, the wait time is currently longer.
We apologize for any inconvenience.
Please do not hesitate to request an appointment anyway. Rest assured that we will process every request we receive.
Find your Rénoclimat file number. It is listed in the energy evaluation report that your Rénoclimat advisor gave you and on the EnerGuide sticker placed on the electrical panel of your home.
Carry out the energy renovations. Use the recommendations listed in the evaluation report to guide you throughout the work.
Call us at 1-866-266-0008 to receive the post-work energy evaluation of your home.
Please mention that you have already participated in the Rénoclimat program.
You should be able to get an appointment within a month. (Notice of unusual wait time)
The Rénoclimat advisor will come to your home to evaluate the improvements and calculate its new EnerGuide rating.
If you are eligible, your cheque for Rénoclimat financial assistance will be mailed to you 10 to 12 weeks after the post-work evaluation of your home.
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