Improve the insulation in your attic, on your above-grade walls, in the basement and in exposed floors for a more comfortable and energy-efficient home.
Investing in insulation upgrades will increase your family’s comfort, reduce your energy expenses, and increase your home’s value. Best of all there’s typically no maintenance: just energy savings and better comfort for decades.
Energy Efficiency Alberta’s rebates are available for insulation added to a home’s attic, main walls, exposed floors, in basement or pony walls. Your rebate will be based on where the insulation is applied, how much insulation is added, and how many square feet receive the upgrade.
The types of insulation that qualify include:
- Rolls or batts
- Loose fill
- Rigid board
- Spray foam
The starting point for your project must be from before any teardown or prep work took place to fairly estimate the energy savings from the home as it operated before the retrofit was complete to after. Rebates of up to $3500 are available for the installation of new insulation in your home. The following examples provide minimum estimates of how much money you can expect to get back in rebates—your contractor will be able to provide more details and walk you through the process.
Download a list of Insulation Contractors who are now certified as part of the voluntary Insulation & Air Sealing Training Program.
|Starting Point||Ending Point||Est. Rebate Per 100 Sq. Ft.|
|Rim Joist Insulation||R-0||R-12||$67.29|
The R-value of insulation measures its resistance to heat transfer. The higher an insulation’s R-value, the better it will keep the heat inside your home where it belongs.
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