Sustainability - Public Notices
Regional Energy Efficiency Program (REEP)
SEE THE HEAT
The See The Heat program provides the opportunity to take home a thermal imaging camera that connects to your smart phone to learn more about the energy efficiency of your home. A thermal imaging camera allows you to see how well your house is insulated, how well doors and windows seal, what plug in’s and outlets are particularly leaky, and the effects of leaving chimney flues open when not in use.
Thermal images are an interesting way to see your house in a new light, and learn about the opportunities that you might have to improve the comfort and energy performance of your house.
How to Participate
In partnership with Wildsight and Beyond Recycling, the program is being piloted in 3 classrooms across the RDCK - Twin Rivers Elementary in Castlegar, Adam Robertson Elementary in Creston, JV Humphries Elementary in Kaslo. We plan to offer the cameras for general availability in the fall.
There are also instructions which can be downloaded here for how to get the most out of your time with the camera.
FLIR Thermal Imaging Camera Support
- How to use the FLIR ONE Thermal Imaging Camera
- Checking a House for Missing Insulation with FLIR ONE
- Tracking Down Moisture Issues with Jason Cameron & FLIR ONE!
- Thermal Imaging 101 with FLIR ONE
- For technical support, visit FLIR.CustHelp.com
Draft Proofing Kit Support
View quick how-to videos on the materials included in the draft-proofing kit supplied with the camera.
- Electrical switch and outlet drafts
- Insulate windows
- Weather-stripping a door
- Weather-stripping windows
Energy Efficiency Resources
EfficiencyBC - Find rebate incentives for your existing residential home, new residential home, existing commercial building, or new commercial building.
Low/no-cost energy reduction techniques - Discover no-cost and low-cost tips on how to save money on your energy bills and make your home more comfortable.
The content on this page was last updated January 15 2020 at 4:31 PM