The EnerGuide for New Homes program is a national program run by Natural Resources Canada (NRCan). This rating program is a standard way to measure a home’s energy performance.

The EnerGuide Rating System service provides independent, third-party energy efficiency advice. Reducing the amount of energy that Canadians use in their homes is part of Canada’s climate-change solution. The goal is to reduce the amount of greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions in order to help improve our environment and repair previous damages inflicted by our negligent use of resources and energy.

EnerGuide home evaluation can be your first step towards a more energy-efficient home and savings on your utility bills. EnerGuide Rating System is a nationally recognized rating tool used in many energy efficiency programs across Canada.

Choosing a builder who uses EnerGuide rating when designing and constructing their homes could be the first step towards a more efficient new home.

Whether you’re planning small fixes or major renovations, an EnerGuide home evaluation helps you decide which upgrades can save you most on energy bills and increase comfort of your home.

Learn more about the EnerGuide Rating System. Read details about how to interpret the EnerGuide label.