April 2019 Energylink

A schematic of an Energy Recovery Ventilator.A schematic of an Energy Recovery Ventilator.

An Energy Recovery Ventilator (ERV) is an efficient way to provide high-quality air.

  • Reduce heating costs by reusing heat and humidity from exhaust air to preheat incoming air.
  • Improve comfort in the winter by humidifying air and dehumidifying air in the summer.
  • Provide fresh air into the building.

Cash incentives of up to $8,000* available for ERVs

*Minimum $200 to maximum $8,000 per unit.

  • $0.50 to $1.15/CFM per unit when you upgrade an existing ERV.
  • $1.00 to $1.75/CFM per unit when you add a new ERV (not required by code).
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Visit our Save Money & Energy page for more information on ERV equipment and incentive details.

National Dig Safe Month is a time dedicated to raising awareness of safe digging practices across the province with a goal to improve safety, reduce damages to underground infrastructure and prevent unnecessary outages.

If you’re planning to dig on your property, it’s against the law to start before having your natural gas and other utility lines located. Digging without locates could damage the network of gas and water pipes, telephone lines or hydro lines which may be located near the surface of your property.

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Call or click before you dig

Contact Ontario One Call at on1call.com or 1-800-400-2255 at least five business days before digging. You’ll be provided with a free and timely locate of the underground utility lines on your property so you can complete your project safely.

As you notice changes happening at Enbridge Gas, you can find greater comfort in knowing that our safety values aren’t one of them.

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Visit our Safety page for more information and our video on safe digging practices.

Coming together to deliver greater comfort

On Jan. 1, 2019, Union Gas and Enbridge Gas Distribution amalgamated to become Enbridge Gas Inc. Over the coming months, you’ll start to notice our brand change to Enbridge. Visit our Enbridge Gas page for more information.