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Posts tagged ‘energy’

Making AC More Efficient

Posted on August 25, 2017

The end of summer may be near, but that doesn’t mean that the cold weather will start right away. Ottawa weather is unpredictable, and for all we know we may still get to experience glorious warm summer weather for another … Continue reading

The Benefits of Air Purifiers

Posted on July 28, 2017

A big part of keeping your home as comfortable as possible falls on the air that circulates throughout it; the cleaner that air is, the better off all who reside in the home will be. An air purifier is a … Continue reading

Auditing the Efficiency of Your Home

Posted on April 13, 2017

Energy efficiency is something that we all should be aware of and strive to become better at managing, especially if you are a homeowner. There are many facets and elements to a home and when they aren’t optimized to work … Continue reading

How to Save on Your Energy Bill

Posted on November 28, 2016

Now more than ever, finding ways to save money is rather important. Whether it’s through brown bagging your lunch everyday, staying in more on the weekends rather than going out or creating DIY gifts for friends and family for the … Continue reading

Net-Zero Energy Efficiency

Posted on July 26, 2016

What’s the difference between a fad and a trend? A fad is something that will arrive with a burst of energy gaining immense popularity in a short amount of time and burn out just as quickly as it came in. … Continue reading

Energy Conservation & Cost Savings

Posted on May 17, 2016

Who doesn’t want to be able to save some money? These days it seems that everything is constantly on the rise, except our rates of pay! Unless you have a plan to win the lottery or reconnect with a long … Continue reading

Energy Standards

Posted on October 20, 2015

With the election results now in our rearview, now is the time to reflect on the promises parties made and see if advancements actually occur in those particular areas. A big topic that we as Canadians have to deal with … Continue reading