Posts tagged with "KW"
The summer weather is coming and since we love life hacks, we would love to share some of our favourite hacks for when the warm weather arrives. Here are some of the best life spring and summer hacks to help make the warm weather as enjoyable as possible. Freeze aloe vera – If we’re going […]Read more
Today, we would like to start by telling you a little story: Not so long ago, on a quiet street lived two women: their names were Planner and Procrastinator. Planner made sure everything was always in order while Procrastinator repeatedly promised that the chores would get done later. One day, Procrastinator was out on a […]Read more
So you’re buying a new barbeque? Good for you! Summer is made for sizzle and you are ready to join the league of great outdoor chefs. One thing you need to consider before the grill even leaves the store, though, is what kind of fuel you would like to use. There are many options to […]Read more
At some point in their lives, everyone has made a mess in the kitchen using baking soda and vinegar. For most of us it was a first chemistry lesson. What we didn’t know, though, was that we could harness the power of these chemicals, either separate or together, to make our lives a little easier. […]Read more
It’s officially April! It’s the time of year when we work to forget about cold winter nights and look forward to warmer weather spotted with tulips and daffodils… right? The truth is we cannot discount the snow until every last flake has disappeared. Melt water means the ground is extremely damp and if you do […]Read more
By Peter Wagner* As a leading HVAC company in the Kitchener Waterloo area, we get exposed to a lot of questions about Air Conditioner service. Like our views on heating and furnaces, we are constantly surprised how people who are looking to lower their air conditioning costs fail to undertake simple preventive maintenance. A simple […]Read more
Today is the first day of spring – that means it’s time to talk furnace maintenance again! While spring isn’t the time of year when we worry most about furnace maintenance, there are still a couple things you can do to make sure your heating system is ready to go next autumn. First, make sure […]Read more