Heating and air-conditioning account for up to 54% of your electricity bill, so choose the right products and develop energy-smart habits. You could save a lot!

Find out what you can do to save during winter peaks.

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Tips on heating and air-conditioning

Good habits and product-buying tips on heating

You have several options to cut down on your heating-related costs.

Good habits and product-buying tips on air-conditioning

Choose your air-conditioner carefully and adopt the right habits for its use and maintenance to maximize its efficiency and reduce its power consumption.

How to

How to apply caulking

Up to 25% of your home’s heat may be escaping. Fortunately, caulking is an inexpensive way to seal air leaks.

How to choose ENERGY STAR® certified windows

If your windows are more than 20 years old, hard to open or not fully water- or draft-proof, consider replacing them with more efficient ENERGY STAR® qualified models.

Information on products related to heating and air-conditioning

Efficient heat pumps

Opt for an eligible heat pump and benefit from financial assistance from Hydro-Québec.

Windows and patio doors

You can save up to 10% on your heating costs if you replace all your windows and patio doors with ENERGY STAR® certified models.

Electronic thermostats

By replacing your conventional thermostats with new electronic ones, you could save up to 10% on heating costs every year.

Central heating with electric thermal storage

Is your heating system nearing the end of its useful life? Does it need a major upgrade? Opt for central heating with thermal storage.

Geothermal systems

A geothermal system can save you up to 60% on heating costs, when compared to electric baseboard heaters.

ENERGY STAR® certification

Discover the energy efficiency and advantages of ENERGY STAR® certified products over conventional products.

Tool to calculate the consumption

Calculate the consumption of an air conditioner

Learn how much electricity is used for air conditioning so you can make better choices.

Did you know?

Up to 25% of your home’s heat may be leaking out your doors and windows. In a single-family home, losing that much heat through doors and windows is equivalent to leaving a window open 5 cm throughout the winter.