Is slabjacking (or concrete jacking) already on your spring home maintenance to-do list? You may wish to consider bumping this to the top of your list! If you're dealing with uneven patio space, sunken front steps, cracked sidewalks or walkways, slabjacking is the ideal fix for these issues. And being proactive, not unlike other outdoor home maintenance
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<h1>Home and Industrial Insulation Upgrades</h1> <h2>Sprayfoam Insulation</h2> <h3>Best Choice for Home Insulation</h3> Whether it's a new home you're planning a move for, or remodeling plans for your current home, it's extremely important you give your house adequate insulation. There are several options available and consumers like you want to make the right decision. There are
Is slabjacking (or concrete jacking) already on your spring home maintenance to-do list? You may wish to consider bumping this to the top of your list! If you're dealing with uneven patio space, sunken front steps, cracked sidewalks or walkways, slabjacking is the ideal fix for these issues. And being proactive, not unlike other outdoor
Are you aware of the government program to upgrade your home insulation this winter? Home Insulation Energy Savings Program Objectives and Description: This Program provides financial incentives to homeowners of electrically heated homes who make eligible energy efficiency upgrades to their homes. Ductless Mini-Split Heat Pump (Heat Pump) Homeowners who do one major insulation upgrade
You may be considering opting in to the NB Power grants available to upgrade your insulation in your home in the coming months. The friendly service providers at Advantage Insulation thought it could be beneficial to understand what spray foam insulation brings to the homeowner's table. To read more about the available NB Grants you
Q: Our 100-year-old farmhouse costs a fortune to heat, and I’m thinking of using my holiday bonus for an energy efficiency upgrade. What’s the best investment: a new furnace, new windows, or blown-in insulation? A: Improving the “envelope” of your house is the place to start, says Matt Golden, a former home performance retrofitter out
1960s-era home insulates previously un-insulated basement, now saves $565/year Home: 1960s era, 900 sq. ft,. electrically heated home in Campbellton Before: Basement completely uninsulated After Upgrades completed: R-24 added to basement walls and header Homeowner investment: $2,500 NB Power incentive: $1,860 Annual energy savings: 5,343 kWh/year = $565 saved on energy each year Get an
NB Power grants are available ! Now that the cold weather has firmly set in, insulating your home properly against the cold is that much more important. One of the most cost-effective ways to make your home more comfortable year-round is by air-sealing and adding insulation. In most electrically-heated homes in New Brunswick, 50% of energy use
The cool weather is a great reminder to improve cost effective energy in your home before winter is officially here- time to improve your home's energy efficiency! According to the Department of Energy heating homes uses more energy and costs more money than any other system in the homemaking up about 42% of a utility
New Brunswick heating costs make you cringe? Owners of electrically heated homes in New Brunswick can now participate in the Home Insulation Energy Savings Program by arranging a home energy evaluation for $99 plus HST. Program participants who do a major insulation upgrade are now also eligible for a $500 bonus for each ductless heat