1 888 224 2941 - 450 224 2941
Tips

Is the sharp rise in energy costs reason enough to want to replace your heating system? The answer is no: there are many other factors to consider before deciding on a costly switch. There is a lot to be gained …

Do I have to change my heating system? Read More »

Share
Tagged with: , ,

Because it is in direct contact with the ground, your basement will always be somewhat cooler than the other floors of the house. But when hot, humid air makes its way to the basement, it tends to condense on the …

Solving excess basement humidity Read More »

Share
Tagged with: , , , , ,

A pool or spa can be responsible for approximately 70% of your summer electricity bill. Adopting the right pool and spa products as well as good habits will help you save. Heat pump: the best water-heating option If you’re planning …

Pools and spas: good habits can make you save! Read More »

Share
Tagged with: , , , , , ,

Changing your habits can really pay off! If you lower your thermostat setting by 1 degree Celsius for the whole winter, you could knock 5% off your yearly heating expenses. Do you really need to keep the temperature as high …

Heating: Degrees of change Read More »

Share
Tagged with: , , ,

Air leaks and cold drafts account for up to 25% of a home’s heat loss. If a detached home has air leaks and drafts, it’s like leaving a window open 5 cm for the entire winter. Fortunately, caulking is a …

Draft busters Read More »

Share
Tagged with: , , , ,

The sound level emitted by either appliance is indicated on its technical specifications sheet. Its internal and external components are measured in decibels (dB) and sound levels vary according to the appliance’s different parameters (power, quality of manufacturing, etc.). The …

Air Conditioner or Heat Pump: the sound level Read More »

Share
Tagged with: , , , ,

  Big or small, your household appliances and electronic devices consume a lot of energy. On average, they consume 20% of the total energy used in your residence. The refrigerator is the biggest energy guzzler, followed by the freezer, the …

Small changes that make a big difference Read More »

Share
Tagged with: , , , ,

  You would like to cool your home but are hesitating between these two systems. Start by evaluating your heating needs! A central air conditioner will only cool your home while a heat pump will air condition your home in …

Central air conditioner or heat pump? Read More »

Share
Tagged with: , , , ,

Your heating system is the greediest household appliance when it comes to energy consumption. This system alone is responsible for an average of 60% of your annual energy bill. The initial reflex in trimming its appetite is usually to improve …

Heating: how to get more out of your existing system Read More »

Share
Tagged with: , , , , , , , , ,

Ventilation allows you to keep the interior of your home comfortable and maintain good indoor air quality. It also contributes to the health of the home’s occupants. What is the purpose of a mechanical ventilation system? A mechanical ventilation system …

The mechanical ventilation: to help my house breathe! Read More »

Share
Tagged with: , , , , , , , , , ,

Think Energy Efficiency Hot water represents about 12% of a home’s energy bill. It is possible to use less hot water by barely changing your habits. Use low-flow faucets There are many high performance products on the market today, such …

Saving tips for hot water Read More »

Share
Tagged with: , , , , , ,

  When is the best time to buy an air conditioner? Like many other things, the best time to buy is during the off-season. Contractors will have more time to spend with you to consider your particular needs and to …

Air conditioner : Answers to Some Commonly Asked Questions Read More »

Share
Tagged with: , , , , , , ,