SaskEnergy Brings Back A Popular Program

From today (MON) through November 15th, Saskatchewan homeowners are invited to apply for a free home heating tune-up, through SaskEnergy’s “Tune-up Assistance Program.” The program is open to homeowners with a combined household income of less than $68,000, before taxes, and provides up to $400 in products and services, including free furnace filters, and carbon monoxide detectors, along with up to $200 in furnace repairs. If you took part in the program last year, or if you are a renter, you are not eligible for the TAP program. As well, you must reside within 25 kilometres of a community served by a SaskEnergy Network Member, that provides the furnace tune-up service, with local communities including Balgonie, Emerald Park, Esterhazy, Foam Lake, and Grenfell.

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