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Energy Audits

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200 rue St. Pierre, Suite 201
St. Constant (Québec), J5A 2G9

Energy Audits

Energy Audits
(Rénoclimat & ecoENERGY)


ecoENERGY Retrofit – Homes provides home and property owners with grants up to $5,000 per unit to offset the cost of making energy efficiency improvements. As part of the Government of Canada’s Economic Action Plan, the ecoENERGY Retrofit – Homes program has been expanded to help more homeowners cover the cost of making energy retrofits to their homes.

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What is Rénoclimat? Rénoclimat is a green energy renovation program for owners of single family, semi-detached or row houses. It includes an energy audit conducted both before and after your retrofit.

Energy Audits

ecoENERGY Retrofit Incentive for Buildings

Small Commercial and Institutional Organizations
Owners of small and medium-sized buildings in the commercial and institutional sectors with less than 600 square meters often lack the financial and technical resources to make energy improvements.

Natural Resources Canada's Office of Energy Efficiency (OEE) offers the ecoENERGY Retrofit Incentive for Buildings, the commercial/institutional component of the ecoENERGY Retrofit financial incentives for existing homes, buildings and industrial processes. If you have not yet started a new energy efficiency project, you could receive up to $10 per gigajoule of estimated energy savings, 25 percent of eligible project costs or $50,000 per project. When applying, you will need to provide a pre-project energy audit of your buildings.

Residential type buildings such as churches, community centers small office buildings, at home dentist/medical offices….

Energy Audits

Residential home inspections

The purpose of a pre-purchase inspection is to identify major defaults which diminish the use, enjoyment and value of a property or a defect which may represent a risk for the security of the occupants. The inspection’s purpose is to verify the state of the elements observed at the time of the inspection. A comprehensive written report with pictures of the property is then submitted to the buyer so that they can make an informed decision in regards to their purchase.

A pre-purchase inspection entails the inspection of visible and accessible systems and components of a home including but not limited to the following:

  • Structure
  • Exterior
  • Roof
  • Plumbing
  • Electricity
  • Heating
  • Central air conditioning
  • Interior
  • Insulation and ventilation

ecoENERGY Retrofit Incentive for Buildings

  • less than four storeys above grade;
  • a footprint of 600 square meters (6 458 square feet) or less;
  • no more than 20 units;
  • no more than two exterior entrances that provide access to all spaces; and
  • without commercial equipment not typically found in a home (e.g., commercial stoves, freezers, coolers, washers and dryers)
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