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Energy Audits in Eastern Ontario
If you are a homeowner in Eastern Ontario, you could qualify for rebates up to $5,000 to raise the energy efficiency rates in your home through the Ontario Energy Rebates Program. Certified by EnerGuide, energy advisors from Energy Werx will perform an evaluation of energy in your home that will help determine if you qualify for rebates and suggest ways to make your home more energy efficient. The upgrades will reduce your gas and electricity bills.
When we perform a home energy evaluation, we run several tests to determine who rebates you qualify for and help develop strategies to effectively reduce your home’s energy consumption. These tests include air leak tests, infrared testing, and door blowers. They will prove which areas need energy efficiency and improvements. After the upgrades are implemented, we will perform a follow-up audit to evaluate how much the upgrades have improved your energy efficiency.
Energy efficiency begins at home. The Greener Home program through the federal government helps homeowners perform energy efficient upgrades to their homes, making it more affordable, efficient, and comfortable to maintain over the years. This program allows you to help Canada transition to a future with cleaner energy by reducing emissions for greenhouse gasses. The rebates from the Greener Home program include air sealing improvements, a furnace or boiler replacement, replacements for a window, door, and/or skylight and insulation upgrades, to name a few. The goal of the program is to ultimately make residents of Windsor live a life that’s more environmentally-friendly that is both affordable and attainable.
Kingston is a Canadian city on Lake Ontario, at the mouth of the Cataraqui and St. Lawrence rivers. It’s known as the “Limestone City” for its grand 19th-century buildings, including the lakeside Kingston City Hall. The grand house and gardens of the Bellevue House National Historic Site commemorate Canada’s first prime minister, Sir John A. Macdonald. Fort Henry, built in the 1800s, holds military demonstrations.
Cornwall is Ontario’s easternmost city, located along the Saint Lawrence River. It is along the Canada-U.S. border, directly across the Seaway from Massena, New York. The city of Cornwall is “sister cities,” a concept that has roots in the Second World War, with Coventry, England. Named after the English Duchy of Cornwall, the city is noted for being the only city on the borders of provinces Ontario and Quebec, and the state of New York.
Canada’s capital city, Ottawa, sits on the Ottawa River, east of southern Ontario, near both Montreal and the U.S. border. Centered by Parliament Hill, the city’s core is lined with Victorian architecture and museums such as the National Art Gallery of Canada. The gallery has noted collections of both indigenous and other Canadian art. The famed Rideau Canal, which is lined with parks, is home to boats in the warmer months and ice skaters in the winter.