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25 Dec

Four Common Indoor Heat Insufficiencies

Having an energy-efficient home means a warm home in the winter, and a cool one in the summer - using the least amount of energy possible to create a safe, clean, indoor environment. You can have the best, most current heating system, but if there are issues with keeping that warm air indoors, you won't be reaping all the efficiency benefits of your system...

Tag: Heating
25 Nov

Hot Water Tank Temperature Settings

Your hot water tank has a vital role - conveniently supplying your whole home hot water on demand. There is a setting on your tank that controls how hot your water is stored at. Typically, new water heaters come from the factory pre-set to a temperature of 140 degrees fahrenheit. Some hot water professionals...

Tag: Hot Water
25 Oct

Can a New High Efficient Furnace Really Save You Money?

Homeowners are always in favour of new and innovative ways to save money. We get questioned a lot - can purchasing a new furnace actually save me money in the long run? The short answer is, yes. The most effective way to see if there is savings in purchasing a new furnace is to break down the numbers...

Tag: Heating
25 Sept

Furnace Problems - Little or Big?

When installed correctly, generally your furnace will operate without problems. With annual preventative maintenance you are giving your furnace the best, longest life and identifying problems before they happen. From time to time issue do come up. How can you tell the difference between...

Tag: Heating
25 August

HVAC Tips for Pet Owners

We love our pets. Even though they leave fur in ever nook and cranny, they are our extended family. We gladly put up with bite marks on furniture, shoes and clean up after them. However, HVAC maintenance does have extra challenges because of our four-legged friends...

Tag: Clean Air
25 July

Can an HVAC System Affect Your Sleep Quality?

A properly functioning HVAC system will keep your indoor environment comfortable. Keeping a consistent temperature during both the day and night can not only keep you happy during the day, but it can have great impact on the quality of your sleep...

Tag: General HVAC
25 June

10 Questions to Ask on Your Next Air Conditioning Estimate

Utility bills, other than your mortgage, are possibly the biggest expense of running your household. During the summer months, central air contributes to a large portion of your energy bill. The older it gets, the more expensive it will cost to run and maintain....

Tag: Cooling
25 May

The Choice to Support 'Made in Canada' HVAC Products

In a recent article by the National Observer, columnists write about the Canadian Manufacturers and Exporters forecasting a 5.7 per cent decline in business this year - the worst since the 2008 recession. The Covid-19 pandemic certainly has hit Canadian manufacturers hard...

Tag: General HVAC
18 Mar

3 Purification Systems for Clean and Safe Indoor Air

Given the most recent news in the world today, clean air has never been such a hot topic. HVAC companies promote clean air every cold and flu season, however given the extreme circumstances the Covid-19 pandemic has caused, it seems this year it is even more top of mind...

Tag: Clean Air
25 Feb

Adjusting Your HVAC System for Daylight Savings Time

This spring for Winnipeggers daylight saving time begins at 2 a.m. on Sunday in March 8th. This means we 'spring forward' an hour hat day, turning their clocks ahead. When you advance your clocks, you may want to check your HVAC's programmable thermostat. If you have a smart thermostat...

Tag: General HVAC
30 Jan

Do Your Ducts Need Repair?

We often refer to the furnace being the 'heart' of your home. If that is true, than your home's ductwork are the arteries. In the dead of summer and winter we pay close attention to our heating and cooling systems, but how much attention do we give our ductwork?

Tag: General HVAC