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Home Comfort News for Customers of Wardlaw Heating and Cooling

Sep 20, 2019 | By  Right Time

Save Money on Heating and Cooling in Sault Ste. Marie, ON

Fight Climate Change

Wardlaw is a proud Authorized GreenOn Dealer. What does that mean to you? A great opportunity to save money. To participate, an energy assessment of your home is required, and Wardlaw can help you with the process. Check out GreenOn.ca for more details. Here are some of the highlights, of what you can save for home improvements, and reduce your carbon footprint.

• Rebates up to $5,800 for an air source heat pump

• Rebates up to $4,200 for ductless split Energy Star air source heat pump

• Rebates up to $20,000 to install a home geothermal system

• Get $100 off an eligible smart thermostat

• Rebates up to $7,200 off insulation

• Rebates up to $5,000 for select windows

Of course, we would be glad to help if you are in the market for a heat pump or ductless split unit. We do not sell insulation, windows or geothermal systems, but this is a great opportunity to save some $$ if this is something your home needs.

Spring is… Rebate Season!

Call Wardlaw today for a no-obligation quote and to see how we can help SAVE you money!

SAVE $2,750 to $5,800 with Additional Rebates!

For Heat Pumps & Ductless Splits visit GreenON.com  Save $1,000 with Union Gas Rebates on Select Furnaces

Visit uniongas.com/homereno


We’re already seeing the effects of man-made climate change — but nature can help.

To confront climate change — a threat facing our entire planet — people everywhere must take part in practical, affordable solutions. We’re already seeing the effects of climate change, but thankfully, we’re equipped with the most effective tool to mitigate and adapt to it: nature. Protecting nature today means a better planet for future generations. Share these facts about climate change and help make a difference:

  1. 400 parts per million. The concentration of carbon dioxide (CO2)in our atmosphere, as of 2016, is the highest in 3 million years.
  2. 2016 was the warmest year on record. NASA and NOAA data show that global averages were 1.78 degrees F (0.99 degrees C) warmer than the mid-20th century average, making 2016 the third year in a row with record-setting surface temperatures.
  3. 11% of emissions. Eleven percent of all global greenhouse gas emissions caused by humans can be blamed on deforestation – comparable to the emissions from all of the cars and trucks on the planet.
  4. The Amazon is a carbon-storing powerhouse. In the Amazon, 1% of tree species sequester 50% of the region’s carbon.
  5. 11% of the world’s population. Some 800 million people are currently vulnerable to climate change impacts such as droughts, floods, heat waves, extreme weather events and sea-level rise.
  6. Coastal ‘blue carbon’ Eco-systems are critical. Just 0.7% of the world’s forests are coastal mangroves, yet they store up to 5 times as much carbon per hectare as tropical forest.
  7. Nearly 1 million hectares — lost. An area of coastal ecosystems larger than New York City is destroyed every year, removing an important buffer from extreme weather for coastal communities and releasing carbon dioxide into the atmosphere.
  8. Save nature. It’s cheaper. Saving ecosystems is often more cost-effective than human-made interventions. In the Maldives, building a sea wall for coastal protection cost about US$ 2.2 billion. Even after 10 years of maintenance costs, it is still four times cheaper to preserve the natural reef.
  9. Nature is an untapped solution. Tropical forests are incredibly effective at storing carbon – providing up to 30% of the solution towards climate change. Despite this, nature-based solutions only receive 2% of all funding devoted to climate solutions.
  10. 194 nations, on board. In 2016, 194 countries signed the Paris Agreement, agreeing to limit global warming and adapt to climate change, in part through the use of nature-based solutions.
  11. Price tag: US$ 140 billion per year. This is what it would take to make the changes humanity needs to adapt to a warming world. It may sound like a lot, but it’s less than 0.1% of global GDP.
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