OUR SERVICES

Ontario Safety Standards provides Eco-friendly products to residential and commercial customers across Ontario

We help our customers understand the benefits of choosing high efficiency products and provide them with the ability to take control of their natural gas and electricity consumption costs with our innovative eco-friendly upgrades.

Ontario Safety Standards offers simple Eco-friendly solutions. Our products are simple to understand, simple to explain to our customers and simple for our representatives to present.

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By consuming energy in our homes, we all contribute to the release of greenhouse gases. These gases have been linked to negative environmental impacts, including air pollution and global warming.

Our high-efficient replacement of old products provides simple and affordable solutions for our consumers to significantly reduce the environmental impact associated with their everyday energy use and most importantly their costs of energy!

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Heating/Cooling

A high efficiency Heating/Cooling system is a system that is able to convert the vast majority of its fuel source to energy, with very little lost or wasted. The main reason that Ontario Stars promotes High-efficiency products is because of the impact they have on the reduction of carbon emissions to our environment.

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Water Filters

Water Filters are the solution for homes across Ontario which suffer from Hard Water. Hard Water produces scale and deposits in your water which become visible on your shower heads, faucets and appliances. Water Softeners remove hardness-causing minerals, chlorine and other organic materials (which may be present in city water) and softens the water to ensure clean drinking water for your best health. Not only are Water Filters beneficial for your health, but installing a Water Filter can save an average household up to $71/monthly on accumulated costs from: detergent, gas usage, water usage, soap etc.

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Air Filters

A healthy home starts with clean, healthy air.

When your home’s air is clean, your family breathes and feels better. Fewer particles and chemicals floating around your house can mean fewer headaches and allergy flare-ups. And when humidity levels are where they should be, you don’t have to worry as much about mold and mildew, which can trigger an asthma attack or cause other health problems.

PROTECTION PLANS

Complete Peace-of-Mind and Coverage for the Most Essential Equipment in Your Home.

OUR IMPACT

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Residential buildings account for about 19 percent of Ontario greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions measured in carbon dioxide equivalents (CO2e) (including both direct emissions, such as from residential furnaces, and the indirect emissions from generating the electricity consumed by the heating or cooling systems).

The options for increasing energy efficiency and reducing greenhouse gas emissions from the residential sector includes improving end-use appliance energy efficiency;

At Ontario Safety Standards we have installed enough high-efficiency equipment to offset the CO2 emission by 18,935,851lbs which is equivalent to planting 9467 trees or removing 1532 cars from the roads in Ontario.

Ontario Safety Standards team members

  • Make a difference in the lives of their friends and family throughout their communities.
  • Improve the air we breathe and reduce the damage that high consumption of electricity and natural gas usage causes to the environment.
  • Make the world a cleaner and more sustainable place!

OUR STANDARDS

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Energy Star

(trademarked ENERGY STAR) is an international standard for energy efficient consumer products originated in the United States. It was created in 1992 by the Environmental Protection Agency and the Department of Energy..
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TSSA

The Technical Standards and Safety Authority (TSSA) administers and enforces technical standards as well as the safety and building codes in the province of Ontario in Canada.