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How to maximize energy savings throughout the winter
As temperatures decrease during the fall and winter months, energy usage and costs tend to climb. These are five of the most important energy-saving tips for the comfort of your family––and your wallet Read More...
Renovations for home energy savings
There is an ever growing importance of sustainable living due to the harsh realities being experienced by our planet earth. For those who dream of a greener home to help save costs and the earth, the solution is not far away. Homeowners can turn their current home into an ideal energy efficient, utility saving, sustainable haven with some smart renovations. Read More...
Optimize Your Air Conditioning System
Switching your thermostat from “heat” to “cool” is usually a sign that summer is fast approaching and it is time to start thinking about your central air conditioning system. While a yearly check-up is best left to a qualified contractor, there are some things homeowners can do to avoid an ill–timed malfunction of their central air conditioning system... Read More...
Five signs your home insulation is not working
Some insulations can lose performance over time, sustain damage or simply no longer meet updated building codes. It's an issue that can be costly, because if your home's insulation isn't doing its job, you could be wasting money and resources. Read More...
How to reap the benefits of an energy-efficient home
Did you know that you're just an afternoon away from saving money on your utility bills? Take on a few easy DIY projects this weekend and you'll get immediate savings, while making your home more comfortable and environmentally friendly for the long term. Now is the perfect time to improve your home's energy efficiency for a warm and comfortable winter inside. Read More...
Save money immediately on home heating costs
It's that time of year again: your toes are numb, your cheeks are rosy, and it's time to turn up the thermostat. As Canadians, we know these signs all too well – Old Man Winter is back in town. Read More...
Plan now for a cozy, winter-ready home
With the Old Farmer's Almanac predicting another fierce winter in many regions of the country, there are a few steps you can take to make sure your home is more comfortable, and with energy costs that are much more affordable in the face of the harsh weather. Read More...
How to spend less on natural gas
With thermostats turned down and windows pushed open, many Ontarians are not thinking about their natural gas bills in summer months. However, according to Enbridge Gas Distribution, next to home heating, the greatest source of natural gas costs comes from heating water and swimming pools. Read More...
Keep energy efficiency on your house hunting radar
If you're getting ready to buy a new home this summer, energy efficiency is an important element to keep in mind. While it may not be as a glamorous as planning the new paint colour or décor, energy costs should be on the list of items you evaluate at any potential new property. Read More...
8 Questions to Ask When Choosing Insulation
As homeowners we are faced with a large range of home improvement options, all of which will increase the value of our homes. But, it's important for every homeowner to assess their individual needs, what they want to achieve, and understand the options Read More...