Canadians want to reduce their carbon footprint as much as anyone, but the looming impact of climate change can make the task feel daunting; how can one person make a difference? Luckily, there are numerous ways one person can have an impact, and it can be as simple as making a few home improvements.
According to BC Hydro, an energy efficient home can not only reduce a carbon footprint, but will also save a homeowner a significant amount of money. There are several rebates to take advantage of that will help lower costs over time and put more money back in homeowner’s pockets, and will reduce their impact on the environment. Kelowna roofing company Madge Custom Roofing is one such company eager to make the energy-efficient improvement to peoples’ homes.
One of the biggest energy wasters is likened to people themselves; buildings, like humans, lose heat through the top. Having an energy efficient roof can greatly reduce heating bills in the winter and air conditioning bills in the summer. Kelowna residents know just how hot it gets in the Okanagan in the summer, but the cooler months can lead to people cranking the thermostat, and unless the building is properly insulated, a lot of that heat is gone and with it, a lot of money. Proper roofing can help keep that heat inside where it belongs.
The experts at Madge Custom Roofing Ltd will take on any roofing issue, be it residential or industrial. They have been providing home and business owners in Kelowna and the Okanagan with their expertise since 1990, and will provide all available options for their clients. Be it a minor repair or a major overhaul, Madge Custom Roofing Ltd has the roofing experience, technology, and products to get the job done right.
For more information on Kelowna roofing, visit http://madgeroofing.com/
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