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Home Energy Audit Program

What is an EnerGuide home evaluation?

An EnerGuide home evaluation is a service designed to help homeowners increase the energy-efficiency and comfort of their homes.

An EnerGuide evaluation provides useful information about your home’s energy performance that can help you make informed decisions when operating, renovating or purchasing a home.


An evaluation will provide you with information that can help you better understand how your home uses energy so you can make the best energy efficiency choices to save on utility costs.


When undertaking renovations or upgrades to your home, including energy efficiency measures makes sense in the context of Canada’s climate. An evaluation will help you make informed decisions about which upgrades would work best for your home, how to prioritize them and which will save you most on energy costs. An evaluation is the first step in smart home renovations.


A home that receives an energy efficiency rating will show you how the home rates compared to other homes in your area. Look for the EnerGuide label on the electrical panel to get a snapshot of the home’s energy

Energy Audit Assistance Program

The EnerGuide home evaluation is priced at $300 and efficiency PEI will subsidize that cost by $150. The evaluation will be carried out by HouseMaster Inspection Services. Homeowners who wish to participate can simply contact the company to schedule an appointment and the subsidy will be deducted upfront.

HouseMaster Inspection Services

In the event that homeowners choose to proceed with efficiency upgrades after the audit, efficiency PEI will further subsidize those costs by enhancing the corresponding rebates. Participants will see rebates on eligible efficiency equipment increased by $50 per upgrade, to a maximum of $150.

Contact efficiency PEI to be sure your equipment qualifies!

How to access the Home Energy Audit Program:

  1. Contact HouseMaster Inspection Services to book your home evaluation
    Booking is done directly through the audit provider – no need to contact efficiency PEI.
  2. $150 will be deducted from the cost of the energy audit upfront
    The homeowner is responsible for the remaining $150.
  3. Complete the audit and receive an evaluation report with recommendations for your home
  4. Contact efficiency PEI to receive enhanced rebates on eligible upgrades

Rebates vary depending on the cost of the upgrade and the original rebate value.

Upgrades eligible for enhanced rebates

Rebates valued at $150 or higher will be enhanced by $50 per upgrade, to a maximum of $150 per household. Upgrades include:

  • ENERGY STAR® Most Efficient Air source heat pumps
  • ENERGY STAR Most Efficient Geothermal heat pumps
  • ENERGY STAR Oil boilers and furnaces
  • ENERGY STAR Most Efficient Gas boilers and furnaces
  • Thermal electric storage furnaces, water heaters and space heaters (City of Summerside only)
  • Approved solar domestic water heater
  • ENERGY STAR gas instant water heater
  • ENERGY STAR heat pump water heater
  • In-direct water heater
  • ENERGY STAR heat/energy recovery ventilator
  • EPA Biomass heater

Upgrades with base rebates of less than $150 can still be eligible for enhanced rebates if done in multiples. If the total rebate amount for the group of upgrades is valued at $150 or more, the rebate will be enhanced by $50 to a maximum of $150 per household. Upgrades include:

  • Attic insulation
  • Above grade wall insulation
  • Below grade wall insulation
  • Exposed floor insulation
  • Air sealing
  • ENERGY STAR zone 3 windows/doors/skylights

All upgrades must meet individual rebate program requirements.

Contact efficiency PEI to be sure your equipment qualifies!

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