FINANCIAL INCENTIVES &
See what you can save in your province or city for your home's insulation projects -
REBATES FOR YOUR HOME
either DIY or done by a contractor or professional. SEE ALL SAVINGS
WE ARE THE INSULATION MANUFACTURERS
NAIMA Canada is an association for manufacturers of fiberglass, rock wool, and slag wool insulation conducting business in Canada. We were established to promote energy efficiency and environmental sustainability through the use of insulation, to encourage safe production and installation of insulation materials, and to support improved comfort for the occupants throughout the home or building’s lifetime.
NAIMA Canada Asserts That:
- Increasing insulation in homes and buildings decreases the energy required to heat and cool spaces, resulting in lowered electricity bills and reduced greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions
- Properly insulated homes and buildings improve the comfort of indoor spaces
- Indoor air quality is improved with the use of insulation products, including products that have been certified by GREENGUARD
THE PAN-CANADIAN FRAMEWORK ON CLEAN GROWTH AND CLIMATE CHANGE
The pan-Canadian framework on clean growth and climate change is the plan – developed with the provinces and territories and in consultation with Indigenous peoples – to meet our emissions reduction target and grow the economy.
Whether you are insulating your home or residential, commercial, institutional, or industrial building, you may be entitled to financial incentives to help cover the costs of the project.
Financial Incentives for Insulation
Starting this month, Albertans can access rebates of up to $3,500 for home improvements on insulation, windows, and water heaters. See what you can save in your province.
FROM THE BLOG
A Step in the Right Direction The British Columbia Energy Step Codes are a milestone for energy efficient buildings and climate leadership in British Columbia. In April 2017, the Province of British Columbia adopted the BC Energy Step Code as regulation. The new...read more
HETC represents more than 200 organizations, including the Canadian Energy Efficiency Alliance, the Ontario Home Builders’ Association, the Clean Economy Alliance, and NAIMA Canada. Ottawa, Ont. – The Home Energy Transparency Coalition (HETC) applauds the Government...read more
Chris Ballard, Minister of the Environment and Climate Change, announced on August 30 that Ontario is helping people across the province save money and fight climate change through the Green Ontario Fund (GreenON). This new not-for-profit provincial agency will...read more