April 2019

Found 2 blog entries for April 2019.

What You Should Know About Green Technology in Residential ConstructoinSustainable construction technology has been slowly but surely making its way toward residential construction technology. From solar panels to zero-waste homes, Canadian homeowners have more options than ever before if they're looking to cut down on their carbon footprint and be energy efficient in their homes. Learn more about which trends are catching on and how the future may look for home building.

Energy from Top to Bottom

Canada has largely seen geothermal energy being implemented to heat and cool their homes as opposed to solar power. This form of energy uses electricity and a set of compression pumps to interact with the Earth's core. Because the core remains at a stable 15.5° C, geothermal energy decreases the amount of energy used to

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Hidden Safety Hazards Homeowners May Find in Their HomesDespite homeowners' best efforts to make sure otherwise, homes have many hidden hazards lurking in their shadows and in plain sight. At each corner of the house, there could be a handful of hazards awaiting adults and children alike. Homeowners, especially those who are first home buyers, can take their preventative tactics one step further by understanding the nature of these hazards and learning how to prevent them. To get started, they can use this guide to start learning about the three most common residential safety hazards.

Trip and Fall Accidents

Trip and fall accidents can cause minor to severe injuries ranging from bone fractures to traumatic brain injuries. In residences, these accidents frequently occur due to loose or otherwise

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