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In a multifaceted effort to encourage energy-efficient home heating, support climate change initiatives, and other interests, the Government of Canada, as well as provinces and territories, offer various rebates for heat pumps system to encourage homeowners to switch to more energy-efficient heating systems to save on energy costs, reduce carbon emissions, increase home value, and protect the environment. Heat pump systems are more efficient than traditional heating systems, making them a great choice for homeowners looking to make their homes more energy-efficient and environmentally friendly.



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Energy efficiency

Heat pumps are one of the most energy-efficient heating and cooling systems available. They use electricity to move heat from one location to another, rather than generating heat themselves, making them a more sustainable option compared to traditional heating systems that rely on fossil fuels.

Cost Savings

While heat pumps can have a higher upfront cost than other heating and cooling systems, they can save homeowners money in the long run by using less energy and reducing utility bills.

Versatility (Heating and Cooling in One System)

Heat pumps can be used for both heating and cooling, making them a versatile option for homeowners who want a single system to provide year-round comfort.

Improved Indoor Air Quality

Heat pumps don't produce any combustion byproducts, which means there's no risk of carbon monoxide poisoning. They also don't circulate dust and allergens in the same way that traditional heating and cooling systems can.


Heat pumps typically have a longer lifespan than traditional heating and cooling systems, which means they may require less maintenance and replacement over time.

Now, homeowners who choose to upgrade their existing heating system to a heat pump can obtain the rebates of up to $10,000.


Save up to $10,000 on a one-time upgrade to an energy-efficient electrical heating and cooling system

Additional options are available to income-qualified households. Please contact us for more details.

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Canada Greener Homes Grantps

  • Up to $5,600 (Discontinued)

CleanBC Better Homes and Home Renovation Rebate Program

  • Up to $6,000

Municipal Top-ups

  • Up to $4,000

* Additional rebate options are available for households who meet the following income criteria.


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  • Property Owner

  • The house is the primary residence of applicant to eligible for Canada Greener Homes Grant

  • Indigenous governments or organizations 

  • housing management bodies and other representative or Indigenous service delivery organizations with formal partnerships with Indigenous governments or organizations 


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Built Year

  • More than 6 months for Canada Greener Homes Grant (Discontinued)

  • More than 12 months for CleanBC Better Homes and Home Renovation Rebate Program

Property Types

  • Single and semi-detached houses 

  • Townhomes and row housing 

  • Mobile homes (on a permanent foundation)

  • Permanently moored floating homes 

  • Low-rise multi-unit residential buildings 

  • Mixed-use buildings (residential portion only))

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