Northern Home Energy Assessments

Looking for an energy assessment in your home? reThink Green has hired a Registered Energy Advisor to offer home energy assessments in Greater Sudbury and beyond.  Our Registered Energy Advisor meets the EnerGuide standards required for you to obtain government grants, incentives and rebates.  

For a list of some of the Canadian government incentives available through the Canada Greener Homes Grant click here. 

the steps to your home assessment


Register with NRCan

Complete the prequalifying questionnaire and register with NRCan at by clicking here.

Book and receive initial audit

You will be contacted to book a time for your home assessment.  Our Registered Energy Advisor will come to your house and determine the exact amount of energy your home is consuming, commonly called a ‘baseline’.   

Receive report

The Energy Advisor will create an EnerGuide report that will outline your current baseline and make recommendations for improvements.   

Complete renovations

The home owner will then complete the renovations and must be sure they keep all receipts for the project completed.  

Final audit

Our Energy Advisor will return and verify the renovations have improved your home’s efficiency using the baseline determined in the previous visit.  

Submit required documents

Using the online government portal you would have accessed as part of the survey above, you will submit the needed documents including the mentioned receipts.  

Receive rebates

Log into your portal to accept the final rebate amount offered. You will receive a check by mail. 

Home Assessment Pricing

One element of the Canada Greener Homes Grant that many people do not realize is that you can receive a grant for the home assessments themselves.

If you complete the Canada Greener Homes Grant process – meaning you complete at least one eligible retrofit that was recommended in your first audit,  submit all required materials, and have a second audit to confirm the changes were made – you could be eligible for up to $600 to help cover the costs of the home assessments (combined). 

sign up now to start your home energy assessment

Check your eligibility and register with NRCan to get started