With so many different HVAC systems on the market, it is understandable while choosing the best one for your home could be so daunting. Learning more about the different types of systems may help you decide which one is best for your needs. Option One: Split Systems These systems have an evaporator coil tucked somewhere inside the home and a unit that sits outside. The outside units contains a condenser coil for heating and a compressor for cold air. [Read More]
How Can Your Home's HVAC System Help Your Allergies This Spring?
Your HVAC system moves air all over your house. Whatever allergens are hidden in your ducts are circulated by your heating and air conditioning system. Dirty air ducts can exacerbate allergies whenever the HVAC system is in use. Knowing how to tell when your HVAC system needs to be cleaned and who to turn to for a cleaning can help you control your indoor air quality and provide you with allergy relief this spring. [Read More]
It's A Matter Of Communication: 3 Things Your Water Heater May Be Telling You
There's nothing worse than having your water heater break down in the middle of a hot shower. Luckily, if you pay attention, your water heater will tell you when it's about to malfunction. The handy guide provided here will help you understand, through sight and sound, the problems your water heater may be experiencing. You've Got Floaters If you've noticed rust or dirt floating in your hot water, your water heater tank is probably dirty. [Read More]
Winter Weather Alert For These Three Parts Of Your Home
Winter can be brutal in some parts of Canada. Snow and freezing cold temperatures can wreak havoc on houses. Even if your home has survived winter so far, you'll want to be sure to check these three parts of your home before the next blast of frigid air or blanket of snow. The Roof Before the snow flies, you'll want to make sure your roof is prepared. Four things you'll want to do include: [Read More]