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GreenON Rebate Program

You can get up to $5,000 in rebates when upgrading your home with select high-performance windows, through the Green Ontario Fund.

Improve your home's insulation by replacing windows with select high-performance windows. This will reduce your heating and cooling costs while keeping comfortable temperatures and reducing your home's carbon footprint.

What is the program?

GreenON Rebates for Insulation and High-Performance Windows available through Green Ontario Fund and

The Green Ontario Fund's 'GreenON Rebates' cover $500 per window up to $5,000 when upgrading to select high-performance windows. These windows are designed to lower your energy needs, condensation, and outdoor noise, which can also increase your property value.

Note: the rebate can only apply per window opening. Bay or bow windows that have multiple glass units only qualify for one rebate.

Why should I participate?

* High-performance windows will Increase your property resale value.

* This will reduce your energy bills and property carbon footprint.

Who Can Participate

The GreenON Rebate Program is available for Ontario residents who live in a detached home, semi, or town home. If you rent you must have written permission of the owner/landlord.

What is the process?

Bravo Windows & Doors is a participating contractor in the program. We can help you select eligible windows, install them and also help you submit the rebate application. After sending your proof of purchase to the Green Ontario Fund you will receive your rebate cheque in the mail within about 4-8 weeks.

 

Have a question about the program?

For more information contact GreenON support by calling 1-888-728-8444 or email info@GreenON.ca

 
About the Fund
 
The Green Ontario Fund is a not-for-profit provincial agency that invests proceeds from Ontario’s carbon market into climate actions that help people and businesses reduce greenhouse gas emissions and use cleaner technology to power their homes and workplaces.