Energy Savings

With the cost of utilities in your Central Alberta home rising at an astronomical rate over the last several years, it is crucial to consider installing energy-efficient windows and doors.

All of our window and door products are energy efficient, but there are different options to consider that can make them more efficient.

The biggest thing to consider when improving your home's energy efficiency is dual vs triple pane windows. Triple-pane windows can add about 10-15% to your initial costs, but over time you will recover that cost in energy savings. In addition, adding that extra pane of glass with the argon gas and Low-E coating will almost double your insulating value in your Alberta home!

It can be a minimal investment for a lifetime of comfort. We are here to help you make this important decision and answer any questions you have.

Energy Rebate Programs Across Canada

For a list of current rebates and incentives for selected products in your province, visit the Grants and Financial Incentives page on the Natural Resources Canada website.

The Government of Canada also offers the Canada Greener Homes Grant for homeowners making energy-efficient retrofits. Visit their website or read through the FAQs for more details.

Helping you save energy and make your home more comfortable.

The Canada Greener Homes Initiative will help homeowners save money, create new jobs across Canada for energy advisors, and fight climate change.

Grants from $125 to $5,000

To get a part of your costs back for eligible home retrofits.

Up to $600

As a maximum contribution toward the total costs of your pre-and post-retrofit EnerGuide evaluations.

From $5,000 to $40,000

Interest-free loans with a repayment term of 10 years to help you undertake major home retrofits.