Offer must end 31 July 2019.
Death and taxes; The only two things that are a certainty in this world so it’s no wonder this time of year doesn’t make you feel warm and fuzzy in time. But maybe that’s where we’re going wrong?
Take part in a data analysis programme for double glazed windows. The purpose of the Programme is To build Case Studies regarding actual electricity bill reductions. Early Case Studies indicate that this could be 50% or more. Measure a home’s actual carbon footprint reduction, as well as the effect on less black-outs due to the [...]
When you’re thinking about installing solar panels to reduce your energy bills and make your home more environmentally friendly, are you ‘really’ contributing to a sustainable future?
Offer must end 30 June 2019.
When surveyed, 93% of our customers told us they would “definitely” recommend Ecostar to friends, family and colleagues looking to upgrade their homes with new windows and doors. Meanwhile, eight out of 10 of our customers rated their Ecostar uPVC double glazing installation experience ‘very good’ – the highest possible rating in our survey.
Whichever party you’re planning to vote for in the coming Federal election, as you make your way to the ballot box to cast your vote for your preferred Prime Minister, remember the responsibility for building a better – more sustainable – future also rests in your hands.
When something breaks down in your life, be it an appliance or even a car, you replace it right? Or repair it so it doesn’t fail you again? Why then, when it comes to our windows and doors letting us down, do we do nothing about it?
With an election looming, there is a lot weighing on April’s Federal budget as the Liberal Government pulls out all the stops to prevent the balance of power tipping in Labor’s favour.
As you fight to quell your horror at your ever growing power bills ahead of Earth Hour tonight, Ecostar MD, Craig Johnson, wants you to ask yourself these confronting questions.