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Instantly increase your home’s resale value with an annual home energy audit

Updated: Mar 3

Energy-efficient upgrades don’t only shrink your utility bill - they can also greatly increase the value of your home! As a happy homeowner, we want you to take full advantage of the Canada energy rebates in Ontario that can give you substantial savings while consistently increasing your home’s market value.



Find out how much energy your home uses by contacting one of our home-energy auditing specialists today. We can determine how much energy your home uses on a monthly basis and will advise you on which upgrades would make the most sense for your lifestyle. The home retrofit program makes it accessible for you to save your money while helping you invest in long-term energy-efficient solutions that will benefit your home for decades to come.


Free energy grants are available for AC, Furnace, Water Heater, Heat Pumps, Attic Insulation, Basement Insulation and Windows & Doors.



Five things around the home to invest in to automatically increase your home’s resale value


There is a growing trend in the real estate market to highlight a home’s energy upgrades, so going green will be more than just an investment into a highly eco-friendly future. Here are just some of the upgrades that you should consider that can skyrocket your home’s resale value:

  1. Appliances. Your appliances count for around 15% of your home’s energy consumption, so it is a worthwhile investment to consider switching your current appliances for ones with a better Energy Star rating. On average, you can save over $245 over the life of the machine.

  2. Proper Insulation. According to Energy Star, homeowners can save up to $200 a year in heating and cooling costs by investing in air sealing and attic insulation improvements. Plus, proper insulation adds a 116% return on investment, meaning that your home can experience year-round comfort while your wallet doesn’t have to take the hit!

  3. Replacing Windows. Though replacing windows does require an initial investment at first, they can substantially increase your home’s resale value by as much as $10,794. This upgrade is well worth the initial payment, as proper window installation can reduce your monthly energy bills by up to 15%. If you're replacing multiple windows and doors, you might as well get free rebates in the meantime!

  4. Heating and Cooling Systems. These systems account for about 43% of your energy bill, so investing in a reliable HVAC system is an absolute must if you want to increase your home’s resale value. While addressing your home’s heating and cooling usage, keep in mind that any leaky pipes and ducts around your home contribute to the biggest energy waste around your home. Seal your ducts, and watch your energy savings accelerate.

  5. Tankless or ‘on demand’ water heaters warm up the water without the use of a large storage tank and you only use the water that you need. Tankless systems don’t contribute to energy loss that occurs with traditional storage water heaters while allowing you to only use water for the things you need most like showers, dishes and cooking. No more paying for energy that you never use!



Reduce unnecessary energy consumption and get your home audited today!


Whether you have been considering selling your home, or have wanted to decrease your monthly energy bills, investing in energy-saving systems can boost your home’s resale value while keeping your home comfortable year-round!


Our professional home energy auditors are always available to give you the most accurate information regarding how you can improve your home’s costs while giving you tailored advice for your exact residence specifications.


Get an affordable quote today AT Audit@CanadaEnergyAudit.ca and skyrocket your home’s resale value with our professional energy audit services!



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