Sunday, December 21, 2008

Kelowna Insulation - A guaranteed return on investment in an unstable market!!!

Insulation a guaranteed return on investment in an unstable market!!!!

Yes it is true smart investments exist that guarantee to save and make you money! The quick shift in the economy has effected us all in some way or another and many people are wondering where to invest all of those hard earned dollars?

Many people are finding it harder and harder to find work and make ends meat. The common question is: What should i do with my money and how can I hang on to it for years to come? The answer is a comforting one! Especially with the recent cold snap here in the Okanagan and our consistently long hot summers in mind.

Make sure your home has lots of Insulation!

Insulation is one of the most inexpensive and rewarding ways to upgrade your home. With the grants made available Provincially and Federally the price of doing energy efficient upgrades to homes has been subsidized dramatically. Upgrading your insulation can drop your gas or electric bill by half keeping you warmer for le$$ and extending the life of your heat source. More good things come from this...when your furnace runs or AC runs in the summer they produce Co2 into our environment, this is contributing to global warming. Another good reason to be more energy efficient.

If you are wondering if there is room for improvement on the insulation in your home? Call the experts at TLC Energy Solutions. We offer Free home evaluations and can help you every step of the way to getting Grant money into your pocket!

From now until January 31st, 2009 TLC Energy Solutions will be paying the TAX!

When you need a solution to your energy problem

Phone: 250-215-8020.


"We help you become energy efficient"

1 comment:

Ken Kunka said...


increasing the insulation levels in your home is an easy way to add value to your home.

I think more potential home buyers should be looking at the energy improvements that have been done on a home rather if they have new finishes and fixtures.

Although there are limits to insulation and payback, I would guess 80% of the existing homes could/should at least improve attic insulation values and seal air leaks in their home.

Ken K.
Flywheel Building Solutions