Grants and Rebates 

Efficient windows and doors can help to cut down the energy consumption of homes while keeping comfort levels the same or even improving them. Rebates, grants and tax credits exist to help offset the costs of some of these products.

With grants and rebates, Canadians can pay a much lower amount to improve the quality of their homes. Upgrading to energy-efficient, well manufactured and correctly installed windows and doors also means that homeowners will experience lower energy bills and increased savings overall.

All Weather Windows is proud to offer a number of ENERGY STAR® window and door products to consumers. If you want to learn more about how All Weather Windows is committed to green living, visit our Energy Efficiency page.

Given the recent launch of the Climate Leadership Plan, more grants and rebates are available to Canadians that can be applied to the purchase of energy efficient products like select ENERGY STAR® windows and doors. 

Energy Rebate Programs Across Canada

For a list of current rebates and incentives for selected products in your province, visit the Grants and Financial Incentives page on the Natural Resources Canada website or visit the below.

British Columbia: Energy Efficiency Incentive Program: For more information on British Columbia’s Climate Leadership plan visit: more information on the Low Income Climate Action Tax Credit visit:


Prince Edward Island: Equipment Upgrade Rebate Program:

Newfoundland: Residential Rebate Program and a list of approved products available for rebates:|0&keywords=&ID=4266

Nova Scotia: Building Envelope Rebate program:

New Brunswick:





Northwest Territories: