Make Your Home More Energy Efficient with an EcoEnergy Retrofit Grant
From now until March 31, 2012, Natural Resources Canada is offering an EcoEnergy Retrofit Grant to homeowners wanting to make their homes more energy efficient. The program will provide up to $5,000 in grants to homeowners in order to help reduce energy costs.
The expert heating contractors at Heating Ontario are standing by to help homeowners in Toronto and the GTA take advantage of the grant by offering free consultations on energy saving upgrades for furnaces, tankless water heaters and cooling systems that will replace the older units that are currently driving up your energy bills. With the government offering sizeable incentives to defray the costs of upgrading your systems, you’ll get significant savings on the purchase a new furnace, as well as lower energy bills to look forward to next winter.
Heating Ontario understands the challenges we all face when it comes to keeping our homes cool in summer and warm during winter. whether you have a heritage home in downtown Toronto, or a newer home in a northern subdivision, each house has a unique character that must be considered when installing the proper heating and cooling systems. Our furnace installation team can advise you which units to choose for optimum performance as well as energy efficiency. Even if you have an older furnace that is in good working order, it might be time to consider a brand new, energy efficient model to further reduce your costs. The furnace models we sell and service are among the best brands in the industry, and our heating service in Toronto can help you maintain them so as to get the most energy efficient performance for home.
Now is the time to consider upgrading your furnace to take advantage of the EcoEnergy grants. for more information, visit Natural Resources Canada: http://oee.nrcan.gc.ca/residential/personal/grants.cfm?attr=0
Find out how Heating Ontario can help you obtain your grant. Fill out the contact form for your area or give us a call at (click-to-call): 647-591-2683.