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Grants for your heating and air conditioning systems and your electric vehicle charging station!

Since adding or replacing a heat pump, air conditioning or heating system, or the addition of an electric vehicle charging station usually brings significant energy savings, the federal and provincial governments offer a variety of grants when you make eco-friendly purchases!

Last year alone, 1,000 of our customers received grants for air conditioning, heating, and heat pump systems in the Greater Montreal area. It's important to note that certain conditions apply; our experts can help you understand these requirements and ensure you qualify for grants.

At Confort Expert:

  • Our representatives are extremely well trained in the field and will be able to give you the right information for your possible eligibility  to grant programs.
  • We offer a turnkey program.
  • We have the expertise and all the RBQ necessary permits for the different types of work, such as:

    • Cooling (heat pump installation)
    • Electricity (upgrade of the electrical system, connection of a heat pump and/or installation of outlets and charging stations for electric cars)
    • Forced air heating system
    • Hydronic heating system (hot water system)
    • Plumbing (residential water heater )

Government grants hold no secrets for us!

Main government assistance programs in detail


Chauffez Vert program

The government's Chauffez Vert program encourages the conversion of propane heating systems or water heaters with a less polluting (usually electric) system. In some cases, the rebate can reach up to $1,275 for a heating system and $250 for a water heater (for a single-family home).*

Visit our blog to learn more about Chauffez vert, or:

*Certain conditions apply.


Gas - dual energy grant

Dual energy grant for sustainable decarbonization

This subsidy program to switch from natural gas heating to electricity-natural gas dual energy is offered jointly by the Ministère de l'Énergie et des Ressources naturelles, Logis Vert and Énergir and is intended for Énergir's residential customers (single-family homes, duplexes, triplexes, condos, and rental buildings of 4 to 19 units).

Generous grants are available to homeowners using a natural gas heating system who wish to add a heat pump to their ducted central heating system, or to add an electric boiler to their gas boiler!

Replacing the existing gas appliance is not a requirement to receive the grant!

In addition to the many grants available to help you reduce the cost of purchasing and installing new appliances, the dual energy electricity-natural gas mode allows you to take advantage of the Logis Vert DT Rate.

Logis Vert program

Whether for a replacement or new installation, opt for an efficient heat pump and benefit from financial assistance from Logis Vert!

Simple and quick since it does not require a blower door test (or airtightness test), this grant is accessible to a wider audience: it is offered to owners of single-family homes, but also if you own a condo!

The amount, which can be as much as $7,840*, varies according to the power and efficiency of the device in low temperatures.


Roulez vert program

The Roulez Vert government program encourages the installation of new home charging stations for electric vehicles by offering lump-sum financial assistance of $600* with the purchase and installation of a 240-volt home charging station.

Don't forget to plan your electrical work!

In Quebec, the Construction Code requires that electrical work be done by an electrical contractor licensed by the Régie du bâtiment du Québec. Contact us to make an appointment!

Consult the list of charging stations eligible for the Roulez Vert program.

* Certain conditions apply. Some dealers, manufacturers or municipalities offer promotions for the purchase or installation of a home charging station. If you have received financial assistance to cover the purchase or installation costs, you may not be eligible for reimbursement for a home charging station under the Roulez Vert program.



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