Install an Air Source Heat Pump And Get Up to a $5,800 Rebate
An air source heat pump (ASHP) is the dual function home comfort unit to handle all seasons. It draws air from the outdoors and uses a heat exchanger to condition it more efficiently, heating your home in the winter and cooling it in the summer. The result? Savings on energy and a lower carbon footprint for your household.
The provincial government is offering the GreenON Rebate to customers who purchase air source heat pumps from participating contractors like Hy-Mark. This rebate applies to homes that do not use natural gas, and where the ASHP is not replacing a natural gas powered appliance. The amount you will be eligible for depends on the type of equipment and whether or not your home already has existing duct work.
Yes! We Are a Participating Contractor With the Program. Here Is How It Works:
1. Confirm that your home currently uses electricity as its main heat source
2. One of our Comfort Advisors will help you choose the right air source heat pump for your home
4. We will submit all rebate application materials on your behalf
5. After approval, you will receive your rebate cheque in 8-12 weeks
For homes with existing ductwork:
- ENERGY STAR® Ducted Air-Source Heat Pump $3,250
- ENERGY STAR® Cold Climate Ducted Air-Source Heat Pump $5,500
For homes without existing ductwork:
- ENERGY STAR® Ductless Air-Source Heat Pump $1,900
- ENERGY STAR® Ductless Multiport Air-Source Heat Pump $2,500 for exterior unit and first two interior units plus $250 for each additional interior unit, up to a maximum of $4,250
- ENERGY STAR® Cold Climate Ductless Air-Source Heat Pump $2,500
- ENERGY STAR® Cold Climate Ductless Multiport Air-Source Heat Pump $3,000 for exterior unit and first two interior units plus $400 for each additional interior unit, up to a maximum of $5,800
GreenON Rebates for Air Source Heat Pumps(ASHP) will not apply to homes where a natural gas fired appliance (stand alone or in combination) remains a component of the heating system OR was the existing heating source of the home. Those who remove a natural gas heating appliance (furnace) and replace it with an air handler/electric furnace ASHP combination will not qualify.
For further clarity, homes where an air source heat pump is installed in combination with fuel sources other than natural gas (for example: oil or propane) will qualify for air source heat pump rebates.