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How to get the most out of a home energy audit

Want to make your home more energy-efficient or even just less drafty? Are you planning to redo your bathroom or kitchen? Want to get that $5,600 federal grant for green renovations?   In all these cases, getting an energy efficiency evaluation is a good first step, according to those in the industry. Here's a closer look at what that involves — and…
Luke Dolan
November 25, 2021
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Indoor Air Quality: What are we breathing in?

According to the Ontario Ministry of Environment, an average adult breathes in around 15,000 litres of air every day. Statistically, people spend 90% of their time indoors.  The majority of that time is spent at home, therefore it is extremely important that our homes provide a healthy living environment. Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) refers to the air quality within buildings…
Annie Young
February 3, 2021
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BC Energy Step Code – Are You Ready?

Climate adaptation is one of the major challenges of our time. Now more than ever governments at the Federal, Provincial, and Municipal levels are realizing the effects of Man-made climate change.  Today is the time to find solutions for a more sustainable future. The Province of British Columbia has a strategy to transition to Net-Zero energy ready buildings by 2032.…
Annie Young
February 3, 2021
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Update to Vancouver Building Bylaw 2018 – March 1st, 2018 updates

Today the City of Vancouver has introduced new updates to the Vancouver Building Bylaw 2018  (VBBL). Since 2014, only 1&2 Family residential housing were effected by the VBBL. Now, in the New Vancouver Building Bylaw 2018, all low-rise (less than 4 Storey) MURBs (Multi Residential Buildings) will require air tightness testing, EnerGuide Ratings, and Effective R-22 Walls. This will also…
Annie Young
February 3, 2021