300 Years To Recover Costs

Homeowners will require some 300 years’ worth of energy savings to recover the upfront cost of proposed climate change amendments to the National Building Code, according to an Environment Canada report. Costs are estimated at $30,000 per household with savings averaging $114 a year: “I don’t have a lot of detail on that.”

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