An Introduction to Ductless Heating and Cooling Systems

Ductless HVAC installations have increased rapidly over the years within both residential and commercial properties. Ductless HVAC units (also known as ductless mini-split heat pumps) are a relatively new alternative to the typical heating and cooling systems you might already be familiar with. This blog post will provide you with an introduction to ductless heating and…

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An HVAC Checklist When Buying An Older Home

A house is one of the most important purchases you can make in your life! Older homes are great because they are filled with character and memories left by previous owners, however, older homes that are not recently renovated can also come with some baggage. This could mean aging or worn-out HVAC equipment that can cost…

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How do I Know If There is a Problem with my Heat Exchanger? 

The heat exchanger is an essential component of your heating system as furnaces rely on heat exchangers to provide warm air throughout your home. A broken heat exchanger is much more serious than just a home without heat; broken heat exchangers pose a serious risk to the health and safety of your home.   In…

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How Can I Tell the Age of my Furnace?

It’s critical to know the age of your furnace. Knowing how old your furnace is will help you plan and budget for prospective furnace repairs or replacements. This is especially important in the bitterly cold GTA, where we never want to be without heat!  Unfortunately, it can be quite tricky to determine the actual age…

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Should I Repair or Replace my Furnace?

Replacing a broken-down furnace can be quite expensive, however many attempts at repairing a broken furnace can be just as expensive. Situations like these may leave you asking yourself “Should I repair or replace my furnace?”. Our blog post will provide you with all the information necessary to make an educated decision and get your…

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What thermostat is best?

There are so many options on the market when it comes to thermostats. Wi-fi is definitely recommended as it gives you remote control of the temperatures and air quality in your home. Some wi-fi stats (ie. Trane XL850) are ‘Communicating’; meaning that they can provide data to your hvac contractor in the event of a…

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