The program is available for homeowners who don’t exceed a combined annual household income of $68,000, their home must be located within a 25-kilometre radius of a community served by a  SaskEnergy Network Member, and they must also not have been a recipient of the program in the last two years. 

“Through its Tune-Up Assistance program, SaskEnergy is making furnace maintenance and carbon monoxide safety more accessible, helping ensure everyone has a safe, warm place to sleep at night,” said Dustin Duncan, Minister Responsible for SaskEnergy. “This program is one more example of how SaskEnergy is giving back to the communities they serve.” 

Customers who qualify receive a free Network Home Heating Tune-Up, a carbon monoxide alarm, two standard furnace filters and up to $200 in furnace repairs. 

Online applications open from June 14 to January 3, 2025, and are accepted on a first-come, first-served basis.  

Visit the link below to apply.