Eligible property types
The following property types are eligible for program funding. Note that the images shown next to the property type definitions are examples only and should not be interpreted as the only representation under these property types. Verify your property type with your energy advisor.
Ineligible under the Canada Greener Homes Initiative:
New homes and new additions to existing homes (6 months or newer based on the date of occupancy by the first homeowner) are not eligible for the Canada Greener Homes Grant or the Oil to Heat Pump Affordability program.
Single and semi-detached houses
Townhomes and row housing
Mobile homes (on a permanent foundation)
Permanently moored floating homes
Low-rise multi-unit residential buildings
Low-rise multi-unit residential building (MURB): A three-storey building or less with a footprint of 600 m2 or less that contains between 2 and 100 units. A MURBFootnote 2 must be either fully or partially stacked (up/down) or joined by a common area and must have a private entrance either from the outside of the building or from a common space. A low-rise apartment building, triplex, duplex, or house with a secondary suiteFootnote 3 are examples of MURBs.
Canada Greener Homes Grant applicants: Learn more about MURBs
Ineligible for the Oil to Heat Pump Affordability program (OHPA):
Low-rise multi-unit residential buildings with more than 2 units are not eligible for the OHPA program.
Mixed-use buildings (residential portion only)
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