Katie and William Bell, Saint John, NB
Upgrades: Increased attic and sloped ceiling insulation, pellet stove, mini-split heat pump, air sealing.
Incentive amount: $3,795
Investment: $6,909
Estimated annual savings: $615
"We’ve already seen an incredible drop in our energy bill. Our home is easier to heat now and we’re all so much cozier. We would definitely recommend the Total Home Energy Savings Program to anyone who is looking for savings and a more comfortable home,” said Katie Bell. “The program shows you what you can improve in your home and provides incentives to help you make the upgrades.”
1960s era, 900 sq. ft,. electrically heated home in Campbellton
Before: Basement completely uninsulated
After upgrades completed: R-24 added to basement walls and header
Homeowner investment: $2,500
NB Power incentive: $1,860
Annual energy savings: 5,343 kWh/year = $565 saved on energy each year
100 year old, 1,000 sq. ft., electrically heated home in the Perth-Andover area
Before: No insulation in the main level walls
After Upgrades completed: R-13 added to walls on the main floor
Homeowner investment: $4,300
NB Power incentive: $1,800
Annual energy savings: 19,000 kWh/year = $2,000 saved on energy each year

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