Here are three easy ways to save on home comfort that will add up to significant savings as the months go by.
Upgrade to High-Efficiency technologies
Inefficient old heating and cooling systems have to work harder. This extra effort translates into wasted energy and can cost homeowners thousands on operation and service. To be eligible, you must complete at least 2 of the available upgrades to your home.
A home energy audit consists of pre and post audits which determine where, when, why and how energy is being used inefficiently in your home. After completing two or more of the recommended upgrades, the pre-retrofit audit is conducted to validate that the work has been completed.
*A fee of $600 plus tax is charged for your pre and post audit. Homeowners will be reimbursed the audit cost as part of the Incentive cheque; processing time is 8-10 weeks.
Use Less Energy; not only is this option fantastic for our planet, but an energy conscious homeowner in Canada that reduces their usage can expect significant savings over time by improving the energy efficiency of the home, lowering energy bills and reducing greenhouse gas emissions.
Is it time to upgrade or repair your heating and cooling system?
If your system is more than 10 years old, and the cost of repair is more than one-third of the price of a new system, then upgrading makes perfect sense. Today’s high efficient systems can save you up to 50% on home comfort.
Does it make financial sense to upgrade?
Currently, home energy is set to increase by 60% in the next 5 years. By upgrading to high-efficient systems through purchase, lease or finance options, you can help protect yourself against rising energy costs.
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