Sustainable Housing has been working in Atlantic Canada for more than 25 years, educating homeowners - showing them how to make their homes more efficient, and helping them get rebates along the way!
Energy Efficiency Incentives For Non-Electric Homes Are Now Available!
Huge news! Efficiency Nova Scotia and the Canadian Government have just announced a funding agreement that makes the Home Energy Assessment program and it's up to $5,000 in incentives available to all homes in Nova Scotia, regardless of heating system! Many Nova Scotians have been waiting for this announcement for years! The program is immediately open and we are taking appointments now! All homes are now eligible for the subsidized evaluation cost of $99 + tax and everyone has access to the same great incentives. You can call us at 1-877-722-2842 to book an appointment. We do expect our phones to be very busy with calls, so we can also be reached by emailing our schedulers at email@example.com and we'll contact you to confirm an appointment!
We evaluate the energy efficiency of your home with a 360 degree assessment looking at everything from the insulation in your walls and attic, to your hot water heater, to the efficiency of your heating system. This assessment will show you which upgrades you should consider to have the greatest impact on improving the efficiency of your home.
A service for new home construction that provides custom recommendations on your building plans, improves energy efficiency, helps secure an EnerGuide rating - and pays you up to $5,000 as of May 1, 2017 for Electrically-Heated New Homes!
A service offered in Cape Breton to install energy efficient products such as LED light bulbs, Smart Power Bars, faucet aerators, efficient shower heads, and more in your home - whether you own or rent - at no cost to you.
We have been welcomed into Nova Scotian homes over 58,000 times for Energy Evaluations, Free Energy Efficient Product Installations, and More! We have installed FREE energy efficient products in nearly 5,000 homes. We have modelled over 3,100 new homes to improve efficiency before the home is even built.