Energy Saving Devices
From a fresher way to dry your clothes outside, to thermostats that learn your daily routine, these products show just how easy it is to make small energy efficient upgrades that make a big difference. Take advantage of instant in-store savings offered at our partner retail locations.
What’s more East Coast than clean clothes fluttering in the ocean breeze? Grab a clothesline kit at one of 200 partner retail locations.
No trees to mount your clothesline? Try a freestanding clothes dryer instead and take advantage of those warm spring breezes.
Home smart home. Smart thermostats learn your routine and adjust to create the perfect home temperature. Learn more about smart thermostats here.
Install a smart thermostat and control your baseboard heating with your phone. You could save up to $150 on your annual power bill.
Keep your pool water clean and flowing smoothly with an energy efficient pool pump.
Contact one of our partner retailers to find out more about which model is right for your pool.
R & R Pool Sales & Installation – www.rrpools.ca
Sparkling Pools and Spas – www.sparklingpoolsandspas.ca
R F Levy Pools Ltd. – www.levypools.ca
Holland Home Leisure – www.hollandhomeleisure.com
McBurney Pools Ltd. – www.mcburneypools.com
Lowry’s Pool Service Plus – www.poolserviceplus.ca
These shower heads simply screw on the existing shower faucet and help you use less water, while maintaining your water pressure. If your family takes two five-minute showers a day, a water-saving showerhead can save you $100 per year. Now that’s something to sing about.
Set it and forget it on all of your outdoor equipment like exterior lighting, engine block heaters, motors, and pool pumps.
Power bars with timers reduce standby power and save you money by turning your devices off when not needed.
Motion sensors keep the lights on as long as there is movement. After movement stops, the detector switches the lights off—and starts saving you money.
Save energy and money by using motion sensors to automatically turn lights on and off.
Why heat your home when you don’t need to? Program these thermostats to warm the house when you’re home, not when you’re out or asleep.
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