Grants 2020-11-10T12:02:39-05:00

Government grants
for installation of eco-friendly
heating / air conditioning systems

home renovation programs

The Quebec government offers some very worthwhile programs to help homeowners pay for the installation of an eco-friendly air conditioning or heating system. Grants can be awarded in the form of a tax credit or reimbursed expenses.

Klimfax can provide advice on which program will apply to your project.


The Rénoclimat program offers financial aid for the replacement of fossil-fuel heating systems. Homeowners who participate in this program can also be eligible for the Chauffez vert and RénoVert programs.

You’re eligible if you replace or install ventilation or heating systems.

Geothermal system: grant of up to $5,365 for its installation.

Heat pump for heating and air conditioning: grant of up to $650 for a complete installation or replacement.

Heat recovery ventilator (HRV) or energy recovery ventilator (ERV): grant of up to $490 for installation or replacement.

Click on the Learn More button for details about the Rénoclimat program.


Chauffez vert

This program offers a tax credit or grant to replace a fossil-fuel heating system with one that uses a renewable source of energy or electricity. For a one-family house, financial aid can amount to $1,275 for replacement of an oil furnace, or $850 for replacement of a propane system.

Until December 31, 2020, you can obtain an additional $1,650 of financial assistance for installing a low temperature heat pump.

For complete details about the Chauffez vert program, visit the dedicated section on the Government of Quebec website.


tax credit

The RénoVert tax credit is a temporary program that has been extended until March 31, 2019. It aims to encourage property owners to conduct eco-friendly renovations.

RénoVert can award a maximum tax credit of $10,000. Eligible expenses include:

  • The cost of permits, including the cost of expert appraisals needed to acquire them
  • The renovations themselves
  • Taxes
  • Clean-up and restoration of the premises

For complete details about the RénoVert tax credit, visit the dedicated section on the Revenu Québec website.