Knowing the R-value of the insulation you have now, and the R-value you’re looking to achieve is critical to getting the results you want.
If you’re new to the New Homes Program, the simplest way to get started is with the Prescriptive Path. To participate in the Prescriptive Path, include 10 mandatory energy saving upgrades in the design stage of your new home to receive a $1,200 rebate from Efficiency Manitoba.
Are you ready to get started on that home project you’ve been thinking about? If you’re ready to go, the first step to the project is hiring a contractor. Finding the right contractor for your energy efficiency project is important and helps to ensure your project moves smoothly and in the right direction.
No need to feel the sweltering heat of summer or chill of winter through the windows in your home. Older windows may not be airtight or well insulated, so they’re letting in heat in the summer and cold in the winter. In addition to the loss of comfort in your home, your heating and cooling systems are working harder – increasing your energy costs. High performance windows may be the solution for you.
Make your home more comfortable by upgrading your doors. Not only is replacing the doors in your home a great way to enhance the appearance of your home on the outside, but it’s also a great way to improve energy efficiency.
In the market for new appliances? Buying the right one doesn’t have to be overwhelming or confusing. Knowing what to look for can help you make the best and most energy-efficient choice for you and your family. Here are some helpful pointers to guide you in the right direction.