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Component 1 – Home visit by an energy efficiency advisor 

An energy efficiency advisor will first visit your residence.

He will give you practical advice on how to save energy on

  • Heating
  • Hot water
  • Household appliances
  • Lighting

Based on the available time and the needs of your residence, the advisor may take one or more of the following concrete measures:

  • Caulking and weatherstripping windows
  • Installing weatherstripping on doors
  • Insulating electrical outlets on outside walls
  • Installing low-flow showerheads
  • Installing aerators on water taps

With this advice and these concrete improvements, you can really improve the comfort of your home!

Component 2 – Installation of electronic thermostats

Once Component 1 has been completed, you may benefit from the installation of electronic thermostats in your residence, free of charge.

This service will be proposed by the advisor during his or her visit. Feel free to ask him or her any questions you may have!

This service may be offered regardless of the type of energy you use for your main heating system (electricity, heating oil, natural gas, or propane). Other criteria may apply.

Installation of electronic thermostats

Electronic thermostats help improve the comfort of your residence in winter.

For more information, contact the authorized organization in your region.

In short, the services provided and accessories installed will improve energy efficiency in your home.

This will not necessarily lead to savings on your energy bill, since other external factors may also have an effect (temperature variations, lifestyle habits, energy price increases, etc.).

However, Éconologis interventions will improve comfort levels in your home and help reduce your environmental footprint.

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