Winter can be a very expensive season. Heating costs rank for many as a challenge during the winter months, and there are many other incidental bills that crop up as a result of the cold weather. In this article, we are going to look at a few ways that you can reduce your heating bill. We hope that you can use some of these easy, actionable tips to save money this winter.read more
It’s a new year, and while the debate goes on whether we’re in a new decade or not (we’re not), the numerology of 2020 is still pretty awesome. Every new year, the majority of people everywhere around the world make new year’s resolutions for the betterment of themselves. We at Talius would like to offer some suggestions for sustainability practices that we can all achieve this year to make the world a better place.read more
Renovating your home is virtually like a buying a house. You should only go through it once so make it count.
People willing to renovate their homes often make the mistake of not going to a proper contractor with their demands, or going to a contractor with unreasonable demands. Many homeowners want to hire a contractor, but they lack the necessary information to select the right one. Here are some of the things you must consider when choosing a renovation contractor:read more
The zero waste lifestyle is the newest trend these days, and has taken the world by storm. It is a lifestyle that leaves no room for waste and brings everything into good use that would otherwise be wasted or thrown out. Therefore, if you are willing to begin the zero waste journey, but don’t know where to start, then you have come to the right place.
Here are some easy zero waste lifestyle tips that will help you take the first steps toward your zero waste journey.
Picture a world free of pollution and toxic waste. We dream of living in a world where energy is safe, clean and accessible to all.
Currently, we utilize the equivalent of 1.5 earths to provide us with the resources we require and soak up our waste. Future scenarios also call for better and improved sustainability trends to make sure we preserve our resources for future generations. But sustainable development essentially involves several stakeholders functioning at different scales; from federal governments to local corporations and small villages.
The official start of fall comes with the Autumnal Equinox this year on Saturday the 22nd of September. With this, the world prepares for the winter. The wind chills and the natural world opens up with an array of colors only seen around this time.
As the evenings and nights become cooler, many families tend to try to spend more time on their patio trying to get the most time outdoors before it gets too cold. In this blog post, we’re going to offer some ideas on getting the most out of your patio for the glorious season – Fall.
If you haven’t guessed it as yet, energy efficiency is important to us as a company. It’s become a core value that we, not only want to underscore in the products that we manufacture and sell, but also a narrative that we’d like our customers, and the public, as a whole, to adopt.
Founded in April 2017, the BC Energy Step Code was implemented to increase energy efficiency requirements in the BC Building Code. This initiative is optional but aspires to make buildings net-zero energy ready by 2032.
This Energy Step Code is completely voluntary and currently is only on the books for the province of British Columbia. Though this is voluntary, local governments across BC can choose to require or incentivize certain steps of the Step Code through legislation.
As we grow in technological sophistication, more and more technologies have come to the fore to make your home more energy efficient and minimize your carbon footprint. Besides decreasing your carbon footprint, making your home energy efficient just makes good financial sense – and it helps the environment. We’ve listed below some of the more popular technologies that can make your home more energy efficient.
Our summer getaways are supposed to be fun sanctuaries that we retreat to once a year to make the most of the summer months. It isn’t uncommon to have your summer home by a lake or in the middle of nowhere to get the feeling of getting away from it all. Choosing where your home is going to be located is important but choosing items that will beautify your home is just as important. Normally, this can be extremely expensive, so we decided to come up with a list of items all under $20 that will make your summer home look fantastic.