Registered Energy Advisor - St. Thomas, Ontario
Helping Homeowners Live A More Affordable Life
Are you living in St. Thomas and own a home? If you want to reduce the stress of high electric, gas, and hydro bills while living a more environmentally friendly life, Energy Werx is your solution. Energy Werx is committed to helping St. Thomas homeowners reduce their energy expenses to save money and live a greener life. As of 2017, the Ontario government has offered rebates to homeowners looking to make energy efficient upgrades. Energy Werx can help you qualify for these rebates not only by making your home more energy efficient but also by providing a detailed service plan.
How do Energy Advisors in St. Thomas Work?
Once contacted, Energy Werx will send one of our highly qualified Registered Energy Advisors to conduct a thorough energy audit. This evaluation determines your home’s energy efficiency. When the evaluation is done, the advisor will give you a list of projects that will save energy in your home and help you qualify for those rebates. To make the process easier, the advisor will also provide an energy advice guide to follow after the evaluation. Our advisors use many trusted and reliable method to help to find rebates for our clients. Some of those methods include (but are not limited to):
- Infrared cameras
- Checks for air leaks
- Blower door tests.
After the initial evaluation, the advisor will remain available to answer any questions and provide a follow-up final energy assessment.
Our goal at Energy Werx is to help homeowners in Ontario live a more affordable and also sustainable life. We accomplish this goal by helping our clients qualify for rebates, and become more environmentally friendly while saving money. We also provide homeowners with EnerGuide energy efficient upgrades including insulation upgrades, air sealing improvements, window, door and/or skylight replacements and furnace or boiler replacements.
City of St. Thomas
St. Thomas, known for its small-town charm and rich history, is part of Elgin county in Southwestern Ontario. In the late 19th and 20th centuries it served as a hub for several railway lines and at one point had more railway tracks per capita than any other city in North America. The Elgin County Railway Museum showcases this part of their history. The Iron Horse Festival, held in August, celebrates this heritage with live entertainment, vendors and a parade.
St. Thomas also has a vibrant cultural scene, home to the St. Thomas-Elgin Public Art Centre featuring exhibitions and educational programs on visual arts. The Princess Avenue Playhouse, hosts a variety of live performances throughout the year.
For outdoor enthusiasts, St. Thomas offers several parks and recreational facilities including Pinafore Park which features scenic walking trails, picnic areas, and a lake and Waterworks Park, located along the banks of Kettle Creek.