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Home Visits are a valuable part of the Air Conditioning Quote Process – Especially for the homeowner!

With an ever-increasing amount of online purchases, more homeowners are looking for online quotes. While we could provide a ‘bare bones’ price, experience has shown that this usually leads to dissatisfied customers. Why? Obviously doing things remotely makes it difficult to identify all of the required steps and can lead to people thinking that they’re […]

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New Furnace Technology: What is it and What Does it Do for Your Home?

Like any other industry, the home heating industry continues to innovate with new heating technology for not only furnaces but heating systems that use renewable fuels as well. If you’re like most people, your first reaction is what could really be that different? You burn fuel to make heat then get a big blower to […]

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Reduce your Heating Costs and Stay Warm this Winter

People in Southern Ontario will know that not only have electricity prices skyrocketed but natural gas costs have gone up significantly – making it a higher priority for most people to find ways to reduce heating costs and still stay warm this winter. None of these thoughts are revolutionary but all together could make a […]

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Fall Furnace Check In: What To Think About Before It Gets Cold

Usually, when we get to the end of September in Southern Ontario, we’ve had enough short blasts of cool weather that get people thinking about the winter season. Specifically, some people (‘planners’ vs ‘procrastinators’) look to prepare their heating / furnace equipment for the challenges of whatever the cold weather will bring. For the most […]

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Heating and Cooling System Inspections for Rental Houses

Landlords have known for quite some time that aside from roof leaks, there is nothing more inconvenient than an emergency furnace or AC repair. While we know that most owners of rental properties are focused on keeping costs down, the smart ones know that the old saying “an ounce of prevention is worth a pound […]

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The Hydro Mess Will Continue

by Peter Wagner. Peter is a self-professed energy geek that is a close observer of regional energy markets – especially electricity and natural gas. Read with interest the National Post article on the provincial Liberal’s spending on hydro. http://business.financialpost.com/fp-comment/kathleen-wynnes-50-billion-power-spend-adds-up-to-little-for-ontario-ratepayers I will try to abstain from making judgements on competence or appropriateness but what we need […]

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What To Do If Your Water Heater Starts Leaking

What To Do If Your Water Heater Starts Leaking

One day, you notice water around the water heater in your home. Is it leaking? Even a small leak in your water heater can quickly turn into a lot of damage to your floors and walls. Thus, it is vitally important to rectify a potential leaking water heater as soon as you suspect something might […]

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What To Do If Your Water Heater Goes Cold

Have you ever had the water turn ice cold in the middle of your shower? Will the water just not heat when you want to wash your hands or do the dishes? Water heaters going cold is a lot more common than you might think. Sometimes you cannot predict when this is going to happen […]

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