- Single-family and multi-family residences must have permanently installed electric heat capable of heating the entire dwelling. Your utility will pay weatherization rebates only when electric heat is the primary heat source.
- A home energy audit must be performed before you apply for a rebate. If you start weatherization work before the audit, the work will not qualify for a rebate.
- Canby Utility reserves the right to inspect completed work. Rebates will be paid only on inspected work that meets Canby Utility’s specifications (aka: Regional Technical Forum (RTF) Residential Weatherization Specifications).
Qualifying Energy Efficiency Improvements
The following energy efficiency improvements qualify for a rebate if they are recommended on the utility-approved audit:
- Insulation (attic, wall, and floor)
- Energy-efficient replacement windows
- House/Duct sealing
(Rebates – Subject to Availability of Funds)
- Refer to your audit report for the estimated rebate amounts.
- Insulation (contractor installed): approximately 30% of average cost of installation.
- Blower Door Guided Air Sealing: amounts vary depending upon leakage reduction.
- Window rebates: U-factor of 0.30 or lower — $3.00 per square foot of window opening (Existing single pane or double pane with metal frame windows only qualify. Existing double pane wood or vinyl frames are not eligible for a rebate).
- For owner-installed insulation, rebates are limited to 100% of the cost of materials only.
Note: Rebate amounts may change at any time.
- Projects must be completed with 90 days of the utility’s approval of your rebate request. Canby Utility cannot guarantee availability of incentives if project extends beyond 90 days from approval.
- After the project is completed, all final invoices and receipts must be submitted to Canby Utility upon completion.
- Rebate funds are not released until all invoices/receipts for the project are submitted to the utility.
Questions? Call (503) 266-1156.