New Technologies Allow An Unprecedented ROI of 21%
TORONTO, Feb. 5, 2013 /CNW/ - While some retirees and
retirees-to-be continue to worry about how they will pay for their
years past 65, others are finding an extra nest egg in the most unusual
place: their home! (And no, this isn't about reverse mortgages or any
"equity in your home" deal.) In fact, thanks to a generous program
offered by the provincial government and the latest technology, many
home owners are enjoying heating and cooling systems that give
$5 worth of benefits from $1 of energy purchased.
Jack and Elly Van den Corput recently retired to a newly purchased home
just outside of Cambridge Ontario. Last week they were the first
in Ontario to install Energy Star's 2012's - most efficient rated
product, the 'variable capacity' geothermal technology recently made
available for home heating, cooling and hot water. The 7 Series from
Waterfurnace International Inc. has a 41 EER and 5.3 COP ratings. So
for every $1.00 of electricity purchased the geothermal system produces
an incredible $5.30 worth of heat energy. Savings over electricity,
propane and oil are up to 70%.
"This technology is going to be very popular with those looking to
maximize their investments and returning 18-21% in their golden years."
states Chad Hayter of The Hayter Group. "The 30 plus years of our
proven geothermal installations, combined with the variable capacity
unit is really breaking the efficiency barrier, the bonus is it's the
most environmentally conscious way to heat and cool any space."
The Van den Corputs wanted to enjoy a long retirement with the most
energy efficient house and lowest operating costs possible, so they
also scheduled the Hayter Group to have a 10kw solar micro FIT
installation to be installed later this winter on their roof. The micro
FIT system allows them to generate income from the Ontario Power
Authority at a government-guaranteed rate of 54.9 cents per kilowatt of
electricity they produce via the solar panels. "They get to sit back
and let the cheques come in every month," commented Chad Hayter, of the
Hayter Group. "This contract will be good for 20 years, after the
contact expires, they still own the panels, the warranty continues and
they can choose to generate the electricity themselves to help power
their home including their already low cost geothermal system."
"We're happy to be the 'one stop shop' for couples like the Van den
Corputs" explained Hayter. "It's a good feeling knowing we are trusted
to provide good advice and complete all the paperwork, installation and
service, on so many homes. We are simply helping our customers to
maximize their investments using their own home, with fairly
predictable rates of return on a consistent basis."
For more information on how you can make geothermal work for you and to
learn more about the limited time microfit solar contracts available,
attend one of our informal information sessions.
Thurs. Feb 7th 7 pm, Holiday Inn Cambridge, 200 Holiday Inn Dr. Cambridge ON
Tues. Feb 12 7 pm Sawmill Creek Golf Resort (Sarnia ON), 3790 Lakeshore
Rd. Camlachie ON
Thursday Feb. 21st @ 7 pm Brantford Best Western, 19 Holiday Dr. Brantford ON
The Hayter Group has been in business since 1952 and serves Southern
Ontario in the areas of geothermal and solar energy, their website is www.thehaytergroup.com.
SOURCE: Hayter Renewable Energy
For further information:
To book an interview, contact Chad Hayter (firstname.lastname@example.org) 519-898-2857