Our award-winning Summer Tour is back for the third year in a row!
We will be going across the province with our Comfort Zone tent to many great events between now and September. Come by to learn about the benefits of heat pumps, such as efficient heating and cooling, cost savings, and cleaner indoor air. We also offer convenient on-bill financing.
While you’re there, speak to a qualified heating contractor about the best fit for your home’s heating and cooling needs. We’ve got 11 stops on our Powered Up ’18 Tour where you will have a chance to win one of five $5,000 heat pump prize packages.
Let’s take a look at a few of the events we’ll be at this summer:
DOORS OPEN HALIFAX
Not only will our doors be open during Doors Open Halifax, but our Comfort Zone tent will be there too! We’re setting up outside our office at 1223 Lower Water Street. So, come see our building and enter to win a $5,000 heat pump prize package! Doors Open Halifax is a great event where you can go into often closed-off areas of some of Halifax’s most iconic buildings. This year you’ll have access to over 30 buildings of historical, significance to the city. It’s a great way to get out and learn about the buildings you pass every day.
PICTOU LOBSTER CARNIVAL
This summer staple celebrates the end of the lobster-fishing season, and has been around for over 80 years. There will be musical entertainment at the main stage, a beer garden, a Mardi Gras parade, a children's parade, an antique car show, derby races, lobster boat races, midway rides, modified boat races, fireworks over the waterfront! If you haven’t been to Pictou Lobster Carnival yet, this is the time to go.
WHARF RAT RALLY (DIGBY)
AUG 31-SEPT 2
Looking for a place to hear the roar of a motor? Want to show off your motorcycle? There’s no better place than the Wharf Rat Rally in Digby to kick off an end-of-summer party. Filled with fun events for motorcycle enthusiasts and riders alike, this event has tons of events all over Digby.One of last year's lucky $5,000 heat pump package winners!
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