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January 11, 2019

Air Balancing in Your Home

Have you ever left a room and walked into another one and noticed it was much colder? When the air in your home is unbalanced you will be able to feel how some rooms may be much hotter or colder than other rooms. Fortunately, there are ways to prevent this...

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January 04, 2019

New Year’s Resolutions for Your Home

Whenever you think of New Year’s resolutions you may think of ways to better yourself as a person and better your life overall. It is likely that bettering your home has never come up as an option, but why not try to improve your home in the new year as...

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 cold and crazy Canadian winters do not only affect the external environment, but they can also affect your home and HVAC systems. With temperatures dropping into the negatives, there are some common HVAC problems that occur during the winter time. <br><br>

<b>Airflow Issues
</b><br>If you find that the rooms in your home seem to be different temperatures, there may be an airflow issue. When some rooms aren’t heating evenly they may feel much colder than the other rooms in your home. These airflow issues may be caused by a number of reasons such as debris or dust being collected in the heating system, a broken fan motor, or an insulation problem. <br><br>

<b>Dirty Filter
</b><br>A clogged HVAC air filter will cause your furnace to stop working, which is a nightmare during the winter time. Because the airflow is restricted when the air filter is clogged it causes the heat to get higher, which results in the furnace switching off due to the limit switch that opens when a specific temperature is exceeded.
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<b>Broken Thermostat
</b><br>A good thermostat will keep your home heated at a temperature you are comfortable and happy with. If your furnace isn’t working the real issue may be in your thermostat. The thermostat may have some faulty wiring causing it not to operate correctly, or it may be too old and ready to be replaced. <br><br>

<b>Carbon Monoxide
</b><br>Carbon monoxide leaks are common from rusted or cracked heaters. Carbon monoxide leaks are extremely dangerous because they are very hard to detect, as they are odourless and colourless, and are very poisonous. The best way to detect carbon monoxide leaks are with a carbon monoxide detector.
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Winter can be very chaotic due to the heavy snows, frozen roads, and negative temperatures. The chaos that winter brings can also negatively affect your home. If you run into any of these issues during the winter time, the best option is to have an HVAC technician inspect your home and do any necessary repairs. In addition, it is also good to have inspections done even if no issues have occurred in order to be aware of any changes you may need to do, such as updating a system. <a href=
December 29, 2018

Common HVAC Problems During The Winter

The cold and crazy Canadian winters do not only affect the external environment, but they can also affect your home and HVAC systems. With temperatures dropping into the negatives, there are some common HVAC problems that occur during the winter time....

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December 22, 2018

How to Hire an HVAC company: A Checklist

Your HVAC systems are very important factors in keeping your home running comfortably, safely, and correctly. When you run into a problem or need some advice regarding your HVAC system, it is important to be consulted by an expert technician. This way, you are...

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December 14, 2018

Ways to Save on Your Winter Home Heating Bill

As the days get colder you may feel your winter heating bills getting more expensive. Winter heating bills can be painfully high. But that isn't simply inevitable. There are things you can do to get them under control. 

Get Your Ducts...

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December 03, 2018

Why is My Furnace Blowing Cold Air?

The last thing you want to feel is cold air blowing from your furnace during the cold weather. However, the problem isn't always your furnace. In some cases, your thermostat or ductwork is the culprit. 

Dirty Air Filter 
You may have a clogged...

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