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  • Why do FAQs matter?
    FAQs are a great way to help site visitors find quick answers to common questions about your business and create a better navigation experience.
  • What is an FAQ section?
    An FAQ section can be used to quickly answer common questions about your business like "Where do you ship to?", "What are your opening hours?", or "How can I book a service?".
  • Where can I add my FAQs?
    FAQs can be added to any page on your site or to your Wix mobile app, giving access to members on the go.
  • How do I add a new question & answer?
    To add a new FAQ follow these steps: 1. Manage FAQs from your site dashboard or in the Editor 2. Add a new question & answer 3. Assign your FAQ to a category 4. Save and publish. You can always come back and edit your FAQs.
  • How do I edit or remove the 'Frequently Asked Questions' title?
    You can edit the title from the FAQ 'Settings' tab in the Editor. To remove the title from your mobile app go to the 'Site & App' tab in your Owner's app and customize.
  • Can I insert an image, video, or GIF in my FAQ?
    Yes. To add media follow these steps: 1. Manage FAQs from your site dashboard or in the Editor 2. Create a new FAQ or edit an existing one 3. From the answer text box click on the video, image or GIF icon 4. Add media from your library and save.
  • What if I want a specific retrofit that isn't listed on my report?
    At DOMTOR Energy, we understand that every customer has unique needs when it comes to sustainability. We are committed to finding the right solution for every customer. If you have a specific retrofit in mind that is not on our recommended list, please contact us and we will work with you to develop a tailored solution that meets your needs.
  • Q: What is the Canada Greener Homes Loan?
    A: The Canada Greener Homes Loan is a program by the Government of Canada that offers financial assistance to homeowners who want to make energy-efficient upgrades to their homes. It provides an interest free loan to help cover the costs of these improvements.
  • What is not Included in this loan?
    This loan does not apply to the following work: work that you’ve already started or completed retrofits that haven’t been recommended by an energy advisor retrofits that are not eligible for a Canada Greener Homes Grant retrofits that aren’t included in your application
  • How do I apply
    Eligible Nova Scotia homeowners get started by visiting Efficiency Nova Scotia’s Home Energy Assessment program (HEA) web page. Once enrolled with Efficiency Nova Scotia, you will be automatically considered for both the provincial Home Energy Assessment Program, and the Canada Greener Homes Grant. Once you've had your Initial Assessment Simply follow this link for the Greener Homes Loan Portal. (
  • Q: What kind of improvements can I make with the Canada Greener Homes Loan?
    A: The loan can be used for a variety of energy-efficient upgrades, including but not limited to insulation, air sealing, heating and cooling systems, windows and doors, and renewable energy systems such as solar panels.
  • Q: Who is eligible for the Canada Greener Homes Loan?
    A: There are a few eligibility requirements to meet before applying for the loan: You must be eligible for and apply for the Canada Greener Homes Grant or the equivalent provincial program You must be a Canadian homeowner, and your home must be your primary residence You have completed a pre-retrofit evaluation of your home dated April 1, 2020, or later You have a good credit history and aren’t under: a consumer proposal an orderly payment of debt program a bankruptcy or equivalent insolvency proceeding
  • Q: How much funding is available through the Canada Greener Homes Loan?
    A: The loan provides up to $40,000 in financial assistance per household. This includes up to $5,000 in grants that do not need to be repaid.
  • How much could I get if I insulate my ceiling?
    As of December 2022
  • Who is Eligible for the Green Homes and Provincial Grants
    Home is located in Nova Scotia. Home is the primary residence of the owner or owned by an Indigenous government/organization. Home is at least 6 months old from the date on the occupancy permit. Home has all interior and exterior finishes in place (including, for example, siding and drywall) and has a functioning automated heating system. Home may be any of the following dwelling types: Single or semi-detached (i.e. duplex). Side-by-side row housing (i.e. townhome). Mobile home on a permanent foundation. Permanently-moored floating home. Mixed use building where the residential portion is at least 50% of the building area. Low-rise multi-unit residential building (3 storeys or less with a footprint of 600m2 or less).

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