Did you know that homes produce 20% of Edmonton's greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions and account for nearly 20% of the energy used in our city? With an EnerGuide home evaluation, you'll learn how your home's energy performance stacks up against your neighbours', and what steps you can take to make it more energy efficient and comfortable year-round.
After signing up for an evaluation, an Energy Advisor will visit your home and assess every room from the attic to the basement. They'll provide personalized recommendations to help you make decisions about what upgrades would work best for your home and how you can make the most out of provincial home rebates and incentives.
Ratings and Labels
Once your evaluation is complete, your home will be given an EnerGuide rating and a home label as proof of that rating. This label indicates exactly how energy efficient your home is and lets you compare against similar homes in Canada. By agreeing to share your label on the City of Edmonton's online map, you can receive a $400 rebate to help cover the cost of the evaluation.
If you're shopping for a new home, an EnerGuide label can help you make informed decisions as it provides information on the current energy efficiency of the home you're interested in. It also provides expert advice on what you could do to improve its efficiency.
Visit changeforclimate.ca/energuide and sign up for a home evaluation now. Change starts at home.