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Furnace rental cost

Furnace rental cost is often a major factor when homeowners choose a rental program, so it’s important to know the variables that go into determining this cost. Typically, furnace rental cost can vary between the prices of $49.99 and $89.99 per month with contract terms being either 7 years, 10 years, or 15 years. The majority of furnace rental programs do not require any sort of down payment or additional installation cost. When choosing a rental program you should look Read More...

Water heater safety tips

Water heater safety is a topic which is often overlooked in many households, but if you want to be certain that your home is a safe household then it definitely deserves some attention. Although your water heater stays out of site and out of mind for the majority of the time you’re at home, it’s important to not forget about performing regular maintenance to ensure safety and so that your heating equipment is running efficiently. Getting to know a little Read More...

Choosing a New Furnace Filter

When choosing a furnace filter many people seem to forget that their price isn’t the only factor which makes each variety different from the others. Almost all types of furnace filters are disposable, but they all offer their own unique qualities which could be crucially important for the needs of your family or yourself, especially when it comes to allergies and other conditions or circumstances which exist in your household. So, before you make your decision on your new furnace Read More...

Benefits of a WiFi Thermostat

A WiFi thermostat allows you to have maximum convenience and efficiency when heating or cooling your home. Whether it be your home or your workplace, heating and cooling takes up a decent chunk of the owner’s expenses on their monthly utility bill. A WiFi thermostat allows you to access your heating and cooling controls and settings through the internet to make for the most efficient use of energy and dollars spent on your utility bills. These small gadgets have a Read More...

HVAC problems?

Do you have HVAC problems? Get comfortable finding a contractor It keeps you warm in icy winter and cool in the summer heat, but how much do you really know about your HVAC? Sure, you control it with the thermostat on your wall, but let’s face it, there was also a time you weren’t entirely sure what HVAC stood for. Don’t worry, you’re not the only one (it’s Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning, by the way). While the ‘heat’ and ‘cool’ options Read More...

Holiday home energy savings

This holiday season, don’t blow all your money on your electrical and heating bills, learn about energy savings today and spend those extra bucks on the people you love. Whether it be the holiday lights or the overnight house guests, the holidays are often when people see a big jump on their utility bills. Lucky for you, it is possible to keep the holiday cheer alive and make room for energy savings by making a few smart moves ahead of Read More...

Furnace Repair vs. Replacement

The winter season is the time of year when furnace problems and complications may become an issue in your household, so, is it better to choose furnace repair or replacement? Most people are able to withstand the Canadian winter by having the comfort of  a working furnace in their home, but if that isn’t the case then you’re most likely in need of a furnace repair or replacement. But which one do you choose? There are a variety of factors Read More...

Not enough hot water

We know how annoying it is when there’s not enough hot water in your home and your usual hot morning or evening showers suddenly turn into feeling like an unexpected ice bath. Not enough hot water. Your water heater used to satisfy your home’s needs perfectly, but now your hot water supply just isn’t cutting it for your household. Why may this be? There are many possible causes to this problem which come with their own solutions, some of which Read More...

Dealing with humidity

High humidity can often bring out the worst in our homes and creates an uncomfortable living environment, which is why we’re here to teach you how to avoid high humidity this winter. A little humidity, about 45%, isn’t a bad thing, it can prevent your skin from getting dry and keep your home feeling warm during the winter time, but once you reach high levels of humidity is when problems may arise. Problems with high humidity go further than just Read More...

Why is your furnace not kicking on

Your furnace becomes a necessity in the cold and frigid Canadian winters, so what do you do when your furnace not kicking on? Your furnace not kicking on when it is supposed to can cause for worry and anxiety for everyone in the household, and rightfully so. Nobody wants to be stuck in their home during the middle of winter with a furnace that won’t turn on. This issue presents several problems that could possibly come along with it, like Read More...
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