With 60% of your yearly electricity bill going toward heating and cooling your home, it makes good sense to look for ways to reduce your usage and your bills.
That’s where the OPA Heating and Cooling Incentive Program, saveonenergy.ca, comes in. If you’re looking to replace your old central air conditioning or heating systems with ENERGY STAR® qualified models, then we have attractive rebates to help you do just that. If you have never had a programmable thermostat installed in your home, this may be the time to consider one since we have rebates for those as well!
- Save electricity and money
- Make your home more comfortable
- And you’ll be doing something good for the environment at the same time!
- Click here to learn more at saveonenergy.ca.
The Heating, Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Institute of Canada (HRAI) is a national association that represents more than 1,300 heating, ventilation, air conditioning and refrigeration (HVACR) manufacturers, wholesalers and contractors. Check out their website for rebates and incentives for heating and cooling upgrades and renovations to your home.
The average home or building owner spends more than 60% of his/her yearly electricity bill on heating or cooling their indoor environment. In many cases, relatively simple upgrades like the installation of a programmable thermostat or heat recovery ventilator can equal significant savings. In other cases, it may be necessary to make more extensive upgrades like replacing an old and inefficient furnace or air conditioner.
There are many attractive rebate and incentive programs currently available for home and business owners who complete upgrades to their systems. Although each program has its own requirements, they all equal a reduction in your energy usage and your bills.