Makeover: A Charming Home That Exudes Warmth & Character
H&H’s Joel Bray tours Meg Crossley’s delightful Toronto house, which she transformed from dull and dated to bright and cozy. Statement lighting, antiques, a boldly painted door and fresh panelling are just a few of the ways that she injected personality into the house. Plus, her well-insulated, country chic basement boasts a fireplace and plenty of texture and warm woods. As you tour the space, you’ll also discover ways to boost the energy efficiency of your own home, save on your energy bill and get $1,600 back for efficiency upgrades — from having a home energy audit done to sealing cracks and drafts to installing a high-efficiency furnace or upgrading your windows.
Get more energy tips and apply now for The Home Energy Conservation Program at enbridgesmartsavings.com. Homeowners can receive $1,600* back when they complete two or more eligible measures and achieve a minimum of 15% in fuel savings. Whether you heat your home with oil, propane, wood or natural gas, you can take advantage of $1,600 back and a lower energy bill. In partnership with the Government of Ontario. Plus, discover more clever ways to boost your home comfort and save, learn five ways to keep your home warm and cozy, and enter to win a $250 Visa gift card!
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Release Date: August 30, 2017
Featuring: Joel Bray
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