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Answer: yes, up to 20% energy savings on your bill.
A Canadian well requires very little electricity to operate and produces up to 10 times more energy than it consumes. The savings generated depend on the insulation of the house and the air ducts, limiting energy losses, the choice and cost of the ventilation system and the performance of the CMV. For the latter to be optimal, the VMC must, among other things, be correctly positioned. By allowing savings in heating in winter and air conditioning in summer, it can even reduce the electricity bill by 20% for recently built homes. Installing a Canadian well is less attractive for bioclimatic homes, however: the bill will only drop by around 8%. You too, send us your brico question