Canadians consume a lot of energy—and spend a lot of money—to heat and cool their homes. In fact, energy bills are among the greatest monthly expenses in a typical Canadian home.
While fall is the ideal time to get your furnace ready for the coming winter, during winter months, it is important to follow routine maintenance procedures. Maintaining your furnace can help to save energy and save you money .
Watch the video below to find out what you need to know.
If it’s time to replace your furnace, look for the Energy Star® symbol to identify energy-efficient products. The symbol identifies models that meet or exceed premium levels of energy efficiency.
Visit our Energy Efficiency page to find out other ways you can save energy and money year round.
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