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Page 16 - Advert: Nova Scotia Power

Published by Ronald Caplan on 1983/6/1 (353 reads)

THE FUTURE BELONGS TO THE energy effioent Probably one of your greatest (jreams in life has been to own your own home. When you buy . .. Buy a home that's been built for the future, an Energy Efficient Home. The Canadian Electrical Association ancJ its member utilities are sponsoring the ' home program as a public service, in your interest. We're as concerned about the rise in energy prices as you. And we want to make sure you and the people in the building industry are doing all that can be reasonably expected to keep energy consumption down. The new Energy Efficient Home program takes the guesswork out of home buying. Homes built under the guidelines of the ' program save energy in nine major areas including insula? tion, windows and doors, fireplaces and major appliances. Homes cost as little as 1% more, but their efficiency puts them a step ahead when it comes to long-term energy savings . . . savings that are sure to escalate as energy prices rise and the demand for energy efficient homes grows in the resale market. Buy today for tomorrow - buy an Energy Efficient Home - don't settle for anything less.
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