Energy Savings

GSW Hot Water Heaters

GSW hot water heaters are built to be energy efficient, safe, and always reliable, which is why they have become the most popular in Canada. Across the country, GSW hot water heaters have a great reputation for their excellent value which is how they’ve gained their tremendous loyalty and trust from their Canadian users. They design their product with the intention of creating the safest and most dependable energy efficient water heaters. So if you’re looking to change your home’s Read More...

Furnace noise you should be aware of

Unusual furnace noise is something many people pass on as not being a big deal, but really it could indicate that there’s a much bigger underlying problem. Your furnace usually produces a moderately quiet humming or buzzing noise, this is totally okay, it just means that your furnace is on and is working. Any other furnace noise besides this humming sound is what could indicate that there’s a problem with your home’s furnace unit. But how do you know if Read More...

How to Shut Down Central AC for the Winter Season

A frequently asked question we receive when customers are preparing for the cold weather ahead is how to properly shut down their central AC system for the winter season? By following the steps below we can assure you that your central AC will be shut down currently and you will be ready for the season approaching: First you should turn off the cooling system. This is done by simply using your thermostat’s settings to turn the cooling setting from on Read More...

New High-Efficiency Furnace Save Money?

Many people wonder if installing a brand new high-efficiency furnace in their home is really going to save them money, and the answer in most cases is yes, it will. If your current furnace is an old model or mid-efficiency model, then upgrading to a brand new high-efficiency furnace will save you some extra bucks on your utility bill. As the years go on, a furnace may become less efficient which is why an upgrade from your old furnace may Read More...

My Furnace Overheating

Living in Canada, we experience cold and frigid winters every year, so, your furnace has to work extra hard to heat your home and with this comes the chance of your furnace overheating. Most furnaces have a built-in safety feature which will turn off the furnace when the unit reaches a high temperature. Although these safety precautions are there, an overheated furnace being in your home is still not ideal for your family or your home. You may be wondering, Read More...

Duct Cleaning – Before or after new furnace Air Conditioner installed?

If you decided to replace your old HVAC system with the new furnace Air Conditioner then it is also time to think about a duct cleaning. Duct cleaning generally refers to the cleaning of various heating and cooling system components of forced air systems, including the supply and return air ducts and registers, grilles and diffusers, heat exchangers heating and cooling coils, condensate drain pans, fan motor and fan housing, and the air handling unit housing. Duct cleaning is a Read More...

Preparing your HVAC System for Home Renovation

Home renovation is a frequent culprit behind HVAC system problems, learn how to plan ahead for these problems and keep your HVAC system running smoothly. Quite surprisingly, a significant amount of problems related to HVAC systems are a result of dirt and dust. You wouldn’t think that something as small and insignificant can cause such problems, but as dirt and dust build up in your HVAC system, it can certainly cause problems. If you’re planning to or are in the Read More...

When is it time for an AC Replacement?

AC Replacement is often done out of necessity, but how can you easily tell when it’s needed? It’s recommended that you replace your air conditioner before it reaches the point of total breakdown and is rendered useless. When an AC replacement is done ahead of time it allows you to not have to worry about being left without cold air in a hot and humid home this summer or possibly later, and ensures that you’re prepared for the summer months Read More...

How to Drain Water Heater

In order to keep your water heater running in tip top shape, you must drain water heater every six to twelve months. Draining your water heater at least once or twice a year is recommended to remove any possible sediment or build-up that collects at the bottom of the tank. This sediment buildup can cause your water heater to need to work harder to heat the water, which would also use more energy and cost you more money. To drain water Read More...

How to Shop For New Water Heater

When you shop for new water heater, you need to consider several things. Water heater technology is changing fast. New hot water heater is a great way to improve your home’s value and reduce your energy usage. To make sure that you make the best choice when shop for new water heater, there are four things that you need to consider: the tank type, tank size, and its overall efficiency. Water Heater Type There are different types of water heaters to choose Read More...
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