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Every family can enjoy the comforts of home! Heating & Cooling

If you are in the market for a new heating or cooling system for your home, what would be some of the factors that would influence your decision. If you are unsure, here is a list of questions that you should be asking a qualified heating and cooling contractor: Airflow – Your utility bill is […]

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There’s nothing like CMPX! It’s like a Candy Store for HVAC Contractors

There comes a time every two years when Waterloo and Wellington region’s HVAC industries migrates north east to Toronto for a few days. Usually, the snow has melted and the temperature is well above zero degrees celsius. However, with the arrival of the polar vortex this year, we still don’t know what weather to expect […]

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What to do in a Power Outage!

First thing is first, check whether the power outage is limited to your home. If your neighbour has power check your circuit breaker panel or fuse box. If it turns out the problem is not due to the breaker panel or the fuse box, check the service wires leading to the house. If it is […]

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Gas Inspections in the Activa Neighbourhood have come to a close. Is your home Safe?

Following the house explosion last January the City of Kitchener followed up by offering free home inspections to over 750 houses. Only 300 residents accepted the offer which I personally find as a frighteningly low number.  The first reason being, a house exploded! The second reason being, out of the 300 residents who accepted the […]

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NEW Union Gas “Home Reno Rebate” Over $3000

Union Gas as of TODAY has launched their brand new “Home Reno Rebate” Program with up to $2500 in return to you (Limit of 400 rebates). Details are as follows: To Qualify • An active union gas account • A natural gas furnace/boiler • Own a detached residential home built in 1994 or earlier Eligible […]

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RE: RE: RE: (Regarding the Reappearance of Energy Rebates)

We are very excited to hear that a program that is somewhat similar to the popular EcoEnergy rebates is about to reappear. We had a meeting with a Home Energy Auditor late last week who shared some details about a new program that is about to be launched in the next few days. We are […]

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What to do in a Power Outage!

First thing is first, check whether the power outage is limited to your home. If your neighbour has power check your circuit breaker panel or fuse box. If it turns out the problem is not due to the breaker panel or the fuse box, check the service wires leading to the house. If it is […]

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