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23 Dec

HVAC System Safety Tips During the Holidays

The holiday season is here - so enjoy the festive decorating activities around your home. As you transform your indoor space into a winter wonderland, please be mindful of your heating system and avoid making some mistakes that are questionable to safety and efficiency standards.

Tag: Heating
25 Nov

Keeping Snow Away from Heating Intakes and Exhaust Pipes

When heavy snowfall happens, most of our focus turns to roads and driveways. In the world of HVAC, when it snows heavily, we focus on intake vents and exhaust pipes. If snow blocks any of these two items, it can cause significant damage and be very dangerous. It is important to keep snow or debris away from HVAC vents or exhaust pipes.

Tag: Heating
25 Oct

Furnace Selections for Historic Homes

Renovating historic home into beautiful living spaces, Bed and Breakfasts and restaurants is trending. Developers are bringing life back to some historic homes that need a lot of TLC. A big consideration for this renovation is the heating and cooling needs of that property. In this post we will give our insight on what to look for in adding a heating system to the structure.

Tag: Heating
25 Sep

5 Warning Signs You Need to Replace Your Furnace

Sadly, summer has come and gone. As temps begin to fall, responsible homeowners should begin preparing their HVAC systems for the long, upcoming winter. In the next few weeks, heating and cooling companies will begin their busy season as residents begin relying on their furnace for in-home comfort.

Tag: Heating
25 Aug

Benefits of Replacing Your Furnace and AC at the Same Time

As Winnipeggers, we live in a very diverse climate. We have witnessed a 40 degree temperature change within just a 24 hour span. It is crucial to our comfort, and safety, to have properly functioning heating and cooling systems at any given moment.

Tag: General HVAC
25 Jul

Should You DIY Your Hot Water Tank?

Changing our your hot water tank might seem like an easy DIY job. It could save you a few dollars, even though the time it takes could be plentiful. We assure you, hiring a professional is a much safer option. Your hot water tank is one of the most dangerous appliances in your home.

Tag: Hot Water
25 Jun

9 Ways to Cut Your AC Bill This Summer

Summer is officially here, and so comes the hot weather. This time of year, our central air unit makes up a large portion of our monthly energy costs as we try to stay comfortable in the summer heat. Here are 10 things you can do to relieve some of the load on your AC.

Tag: Cooling
25 May

How the HVAC Industry is Adapting with Climate Change

As more and more attention is given to climate change and the environment, the HVAC industry like many others is forced to adapt with improved technology. These technological improvements are saving the environment, and reducing consumers monthly energy costs. HVAC products continue to evolve and Energy Star ratings are climbing to save as much energy as possible.

Tag: General HVAC
25 Apr

Is Your Second Floor Always Too Hot?

In older homes, a common problem is the second storey floor always being too hot in the summer months. It usually reminds homeowners on the first hot days of summer with scorching temps. Maybe you've tried correcting the problem with closing curtains, running fans or opening windows at night, but it keeps coming back. What is causing this problem?

Tag: Cooling
25 Mar

Why is My Furnace Blowing Cold Air?

Spring is right around the corner. By now, our heating systems have put in a lot of work keeping us warm over the long winter. It's almost time to start thinking about our cooling systems. However, over the next couple months we may find ourselves bouncing back and fourth between needing heat and needing cool air. We can't totally ignore the need for our furnace yet.

Tag: Heating
25 Feb

Heating and Cooling Considerations When Finishing Your Basement

Whether you want to transform your lower space into a bedroom, office, man cave or open concept living room, by finishing your basement you are adding more usable space and value to your home. When finishing your basement, considerations around the heating and cooling strategies must be weighed. There are a few options that you should look at during the design. Each one has their own good and bad points.

Tag: General HVAC
30 Jan

Is Your Furnace Short-Cycling?

Does your furnace turn on and off repeatedly for a minute or two at a time - not allowing for your home to reach the desired temperature? It might be short-cycling. Usually, a furnace will turn on and off between 3 and 8 times per hour, with cycles lasting form 7 to 20 minutes. If you find your furnace short-cycling, there is something causing this.

Tag: Heating