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Suzanne Retter Broker
Royal LePage Frank Real Estate, Brokerage Independently owned and operated
Office: 905-576-4111Toll-Free: 1-866-525-4111Mobile: 905-426-0365

Renovating for Energy Savings

There are many benefits in making energy saving improvements in your home. These improvements can reduce: energy use, drafts, summer overheating, moisture and condensation problems, noise from outside the house and greenhouse gas emissions; as well as improve: indoor air quality, humidity levels in dry northern houses and comfort level. The following fact sheet describe options for saving energy in one storey houses built in the 1960's and 1970's.

1960s or 70s One-Storey Homes

Many one-storey houses, also known as bungalows or ranchers, were built in the 1960s and 70s. The finished floor area of this house type can vary considerably, and basements range from uninsulated to finished with a recreation room and utility area. Topics covered include draftproofing, windows, basement walls, ceiling/roof insulation, exterior walls, exterior doors and heating systems.

Royal LePage Frank Real Estate, Brokerage Independently owned and operated

Office: 905-576-4111Toll-Free: 1-866-525-4111Mobile: 905-426-0365

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Toronto Real Estate Board - IDX Last Updated: 5/26/2019 9:06:52 AM