How To Save Energy in the Home

Did you know that the average Canadian home’s biggest contributor to their carbon footprint is energy use?

When you think of saving energy in a house, it can feel like a huge and expensive undertaking. While there is no doubt that upgrading a furnace or replacing inefficient windows will make a big difference, you can start saving energy immediately with just some minor changes to how you use energy in your house.

From simply changing a laundry setting to unplugging unused electronics to filling your freezer, follow our tips and these small changes will make a positive impact on the planet and your wallet.

So, take a few hours this week and reduce the energy consumption in your home and help slow climate change.

For a quick overview of How to Save Energy in the Home, check out the infographic below.


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