Home Retrofit Program

The West Bolton SNAP Home Retrofit Program helps homeowners make their homes and yards more energy- and water-efficient and contribute to the overall resilience and well-being of the West Bolton neighbourhood.

NOTICE: The Home Retrofit Program is postponed until further notice to proactively protect staff and members of the public from the potential risk of contracting COVID-19. For updates, please check this webpage, sign up for our newsletter, or contact the Home Advisor.


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The program is designed to help you save money on making your home and yard more energy and water efficient (through incentives for energy efficient furnaces, eco-landscaping, rain barrels, and draft proofing) by providing a personalized retrofit program and incentive recommendations for your home and budget.

This is the third year that this program has been delivered in West Bolton. Almost 60 of your neighbours have already participated. Join the movement!

If you live in the West Bolton Neighbourhood (VIEW MAP), just sign up for our newsletter to receive updates when the program resumes.


How Do I Participate?

There are two ways:


Two TRCA home advisors will visit your home for a 30-minute consultation.

To Book:

1. Call or Email
2. Sign Up Online


Complete an online questionnaire and receive a response within two business days.

To Access:

Fill Out the Form


Please contact Courtney den Elzen, Home Advisor:
courtney.denelzen@trca.ca | 416-669-2329

Home Retrofit Program Background

During community consultation on the West Bolton Action Plan, residents expressed interest in reducing their energy and water consumption at home to save money and be more environmentally conscious.

Background research revealed that the West Bolton neighbourhood has higher than average residential water consumption for Region of Peel, as well as high residential energy consumption. The municipality has also identified the neighbourhood as a priority area for tree planting.

Acting on this information, SNAP has developed the Home Retrofit Program to help increase the number of local households undertaking home retrofits to reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions and water use, manage flood risk, and more

The Home Retrofit Program was piloted successfully in more than 20 homes in 2018, and launched officially in June 2019.