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Enbridge Gas Home Efficiency Rebate (HER) program

An energy assessment by a Registered Energy Advisor is required before and after renovation upgrades to be eligible for rebates. Rebates take 8-12 weeks to be issued.

Airtightness testing

A fan is used to depressurize your home to determine how “tight” your home is.  This is how many times per hour all the air in your home is replaced with outside air through leaks in your home.  Equivalent leakage area is a measure of all the holes combined letting outside air into the home.

Air Leak Detection

With a specialized fan running, air leaks into your home to replace the air that is blowing out.  An audit is done during this time to identify exactly where the air leaks (holes) are in your home.
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Thermal imaging

This is a complement to airtightness testing and the identification of air leaks in the building envelope.  By comparing the temperature scans of various parts of the home, air leakage pathways can be traced, and areas of missing insulation can be identified.

Construction blower door testing

Test the airtightness of homes during construction. Identify the location of leaks and seal them before installing drywall and other home finishes. Learn how to prevent leaks during the construction process to save time and rework costs.
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Construction upgrade package preparation

Builders provide finish upgrade packages to homeowners buying new homes,  but have you thought of providing energy efficiency upgrades? EcoLeap can provide different levels of upgrade packages that can then be assigned an energy efficiency upgrade cost and associated longterm savings for the homeowner.

Energy modelling and building design

Just as a home is designed to satisfy the needs and wants of the homeowner, energy efficiency can easily be incorporated into the design of a home to make it energy efficient.  The ultimate goal could even be a Net Zero home.
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cannabis smoke Mitigation

The first step to mitigate cannabis smoke coming into your home is to identify where the leaks (holes) are in your home.  Once identified, these leaks can be sealed and further tested to make sure that smoke cannot come into your home.  The same goes for cannabis smoke leaking out of your home.