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Reduce Air Conditioning Costs For most Canadians, thoughts about maintaining home comfort and keeping heating and cooling costs down often go hand in hand. We want to ensure that our family and guests can escape the sweltering heat outside when they enter our homes, but we don’t want to break the bank doing it. With […] Read More

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If there’s one thing nearly all Canadians love to talk about, it’ the weather. That’s because, here, when it’s cold it is COLD and when it’s hot… look out! From Halifax to Hamilton and Winnipeg to White Rock, when the temperature starts climbing, Canadians from coast to coast do anything they can to keep cool […] Read More

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An energy assessment or a home energy audit will provide the homeowner with information on where they can save money on their energy bills. This service will let you know if your energy dollars are leaking through the windows, escaping through cracks in your duct work or even out your front door. A whole house […] Read More

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With lost heating and cooling accounting for up to 25 percent of your energy bills, having inefficient doors and windows in your home is just like tossing your money right out the window. With today’s rising energy demand, rising costs, and environmental concerns, it’s easy to see why energy efficient windows are in high demand. […] Read More

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  One of the most popular (and easiest) ways to conserve energy and reduce your energy bill is through the installation of a programmable thermostat. Taking this step will help you regulate your home’s temperature when you are at home and away. Some models can even be controlled remotely through apps on your phone. The […] Read More

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The Energy Star ratings system was developed in the 1990s as a way for companies to reduce the greenhouse gas emissions and pollutants associated with energy consumption attributed to many standard household products such as appliances, electronics and HVAC systems. The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) set the standards and grants the rating when specific requirements […] Read More

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  As the cost of energy continues to climb, it becomes increasingly important for Canadians to figure out ways to reduce their consumption. Not only it is helpful to save money where possible, but reducing your energy usage is great for the environment too. There are many things you can to reduce your energy bill, […] Read More

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With all of the excitement and anticipation that comes with planning a vacation, it can be easy to forget some of the smaller, yet very important details. Whether your vacation will take you away for one week or an entire month, you will need to take care of certain things around that house before you […] Read More

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Perhaps more than any other aspect of your home-comfort systems, thermostats have seen huge advances in technology, and not just with the ability to program temperature changes to fit your schedule. WiFi thermostats are your way to take your energy efficiency, comfort and convenience to the next level. What Is a WiFi Thermostat? Also called Internet thermostats, […] Read More

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With winter in full swing, it’s important to maintain your home’s heating system and ductwork. In houses that rely on forced-air heating and cooling systems, ducts circulate conditioned air. Yet, a fifth of that air is generally lost through leaky ductwork, leading to higher energy bills and an uncomfortable home. How can you recognise whether this […] Read More

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