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energy efficient windows

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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Welcome back everyone! We have officially kicked off the Reliance Canada Day Countdown and this month our goal is to share ways to celebrate all that is great about our beautiful country. Be sure to join us daily for ideas, discussions and more chances to win. If you haven't been to our facebook page, be […] Read More

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NEST Programmable Thermostat

  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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Welcome back everyone! We have officially kicked off the Reliance Canada Day Countdown and this month our goal is to share ways to celebrate all that is great about our beautiful country. Be sure to join us daily for ideas, discussions and more chances to win. If you haven't been to our facebook page, be […] Read More

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  Invisible and odourless, it is little wonder that carbon monoxide is often referred to as the silent killer. This deadly gas can be produced by a number of household appliances including gas ranges, fireplaces, furnaces and other sources. So it is absolutely imperative that safety measures are taken to protect yourself and your loved […] Read More

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Energy Star Ratings

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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  This summer, you definitely don’t want to suffer through the breakdown of your air conditioner. To avoid any delay in service, here are a few common air conditioner problems that you should be aware of:   Thermostat problems — The first thing you want to do is check to make sure the thermostat has […] Read More

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  An annual HVAC maintenance plan can not only reduce stress, but also benefit your system in many ways. Local companies offer these plans that include annual visits to do a thorough tune-up of your HVAC system and usually offer other extras as well. Here are the most important reasons to sign up for an […] Read More

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  Most people realize that placing houseplants around your home is a great way to add to its decor. What many don’t consider, however, are the health benefits of a few well-placed varieties. Their ability to filter out dangerous pollutants commonly found in your home’s air cannot be understated, especially for those with allergies or […] Read More

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door to door water heater inspectors

The prevalence of door-to-door water heater sales is causing great concern among Canadian residents. With clipboard in hand, these “inspectors” show up unannounced, requesting to enter your home in order to assess the condition of your water heater. While some inspectors might work for legitimate companies, in some cases you need to protect yourself, your […] Read More

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