YOUR GUIDE TO A HOME COMFORT OVERHAUL FOR A NEW NORMAL
Pre-order this free e-book to find out what you can do to increase your home comfort now that you’re spending more time at home than ever before.
If the average Canadian spends 90% of their time indoors and this percentage is rising, how come we’re not really thinking about indoor air quality? We’re cleaning and disinfecting, cooking instead of ordering take-out, exercising indoors, using our heating, cooling and ventilation (HVAC) system more, showering at odd times of the day and even opening the door more. All this increases the number of contaminants that affect the quality of the air that you breathe. If we spend more time in our homes than whales spend submerged in the ocean, don’t you think it’s time for a home comfort overhaul?
In our guide to a Home Comfort Overhaul For A New Normal ,
you’ll discover how to:
- Increase the efficiency of your heating, ventilation, and cooling (HVAC) system.
- Know when it’s time to repair or upgrade (and how to get rebates).
- Improve ventilation to allow better air flow and fresher air.
- Take control over humidity.
- Test for harmful levels of radon (the 2nd biggest cause of lung cancer).
- Apply simple DIY tricks that make an enormous difference.
- Determine when you need to call in an expert.
- Save money on energy bills!
Get your copy here
Here is a small sample of our e-book, which you can pre-order for free by filling out the form on this page:
"Are you working from home or just going into the office less frequently? Taking less or even zero vacations? Exercising at home instead of at the gym? Schooling the kids online? Your home is your base, your comfort zone and increasingly, the hub of all your activity – where you live, sleep and often, where you work. In the new normal, you’re spending more time at home than ever before. It’s a reality that you probably couldn’t imagine just a few months ago. As you travel less and spend more time indoors, you might find your energy bills creeping up. What you might not know is that the number of airborne contaminants in your home are creeping up at the same time. The more time you spend at home, the more your air quality is compromised (and that’s just from normal, everyday activity). So, while you’re saving on budget items like entertainment, gas and flight tickets, it’s worth realigning your budget to invest in your sanctuary. "