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Why Is My Furnace Not Blowing Any Hot Air?

on February 2nd, 2020 in Furnace Maintenance

Without a regular maintenance plan, furnaces can experience all kinds of problems. When your furnace fails, the most common behavior is for it to blow with no heat. This your furnaces way of telling you it’s a in a “lockout mode”. When the furnace tries to start up but fails to, it pretty much gives up […]

Why You Should Clean Your Boiler System Before a Boiler Install

on January 30th, 2020 in Boiler Install

(Source: Which.co.uk) Your New Boiler: Not a Standalone Appliance When you install a boiler, you’re not adding a standalone appliance to your home. Instead, you’re hooking a new appliance onto the existing heating system. Because the heating system is one you’ve used before, a sparkling new boiler is essentially being paired with a used device, […]

A 5 Point Checklist for Your Carbon Monoxide Alarm

on January 27th, 2020 in Carbon Monoxide

(Source: First Alert) Many homeowners buy a carbon monoxide (CO) alarm because they think it is a failsafe against carbon monoxide poisoning. This thinking is not only wrong but dangerous. Carbon monoxide alarms require some care to ensure they can alert your family in the case of high carbon monoxide traces in the home. Read […]

3 Reason To Change Your Air Filters Regularly

on January 24th, 2020 in Air Filters

  Replacing the air filters for your home’s furnace is an important task that you should do regularly. It will help to prevent impurities in the air from being circulated throughout your home. After a period of time your air filters will reach a point where they are no longer effective. That’s why you should […]

Quality #1 Where there’s smoke, there might be bad venting

on January 21st, 2020 in Furnace Maintenance

Common Venting issues: Your furnace uses gas burners to heat the air in your home. All those toxic gases from your burners need to be properly exhausted to the outdoors. The venting system is plastic tubing that directs the toxic gasses or “flu gases” from your furnace to the outdoors. As vital as this system […]

Carbon Monoxide from Gas Appliances – Questions and Answers

on January 20th, 2020 in Carbon Monoxide

(Source: Walmart) A Leading Cause of Accidental Poisoning in Toronto[1]: Carbon Monoxide   In this article, we answer some common questions about the dangers of carbon monoxide – dangers to which all homeowners are exposed. If you own gas appliances, do yourself a favor and educate yourself on the dangers of carbon monoxide and – more importantly […]

What Is the Best Water Heater for a Small Family?

on January 15th, 2020 in Water Heaters

Having a small family has its perks. With less people running around the home, there less need for more rooms, food, furniture and yes…hot water. Your needs are different than larger families, therefore the criteria for choosing a water heater will be different as well. In this article, we’ll go through the different factors to […]

How Insulating Your Hot Water Lines Can Save You Money

on January 13th, 2020 in Water Heaters

(Source: energy.gov) You should insulate your hot water pipes running through your home as a cost-saving task. The process is quite simple in theory but is an art in practice. Thus, we recommend you hire a certified heating company for the task.   Read on for the benefits you will gain after insulating your hot […]

Why conventional water heaters are a bad Idea

on January 6th, 2020 in Water Heaters

In this article, you will learn why a conventional water heater is the inferior choice when it comes to choosing a water heater for your home. Before we dig into the weaknesses of the conventional water heater, let us define the term. A conventional water heater is tank that heats the water stored in it, using a burner located at the bottom; […]

Legionnaires’ disease

on January 3rd, 2020 in Water Heaters

What is Legionnaires’ disease?   Legionnaires’ disease is a form of pneumonia with all the related symptoms: fever, muscle pains, and constant shaking. A fatal disease, Legionnaires’ disease can be contracted directly from your water system if not properly maintained.   How? Legionnaires’ disease spreads through a form of bacteria known as legionella, which love […]

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