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If you have a lower income -- perhaps you are retired or not working so much-- you may qualify for a $3000 rebate for the better furnaces.

My pricing starts at $4200 for a qualifying 97% efficient Armstrong furnace . There will be permit cost, 5% gst and other minor extras depending on the install. 

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The rebate may take up to three months to come in the mail from Fortis.

You will be adding a great deal of value to your home, cutting heating costs and helping the environment with very little out of pocket costs. This is the best deal I have seen to date.

Now is the time to upgrade your furnace.

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Household size Maximum household income
1 person $32,900
2 people $41,000
3 people $50,400
4 people $61,200
5 people $69,400
6 people $78,300
7 or more people $87,200

How do I show proof of income? There are many ways to show. This part is not difficult.

Submit a copy of one of the following for each member of your household over 18 years of age.

Notice of Assessment (NOA): submit a copy of your NOA from the Canada Revenue Agency for a current income tax return. Black out all information except for your name, effective date and income (line 150 on NOA).

Social Assistance: submit your monthly cheque stub, or a printed copy of your Confirmation of Assistance if registered for My Self Serve.

Shelter Aid for Elderly Renters (SAFER): submit either your SAFER cheque stub, acknowledgment letter or benefit change letter from BC Housing.

Rental Assistance Program: submit your Rental Assistance Program acknowledgment or benefit change letter from BC Housing.

National Child Benefit Supplement: submit your benefit notice from Canada Revenue Agency.
Other income: if applicable, provide documentation of foreign, rental and/or other income.
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