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  A recent media story about new homebuyers experience with one of our competitor’s water heater rentals likely raised a lot questions from your potential customers about agreements and their rental options.   Reliance has led the way for years with transparent and flexible rental agreement terms and conditions. If your homebuyers are asking, here’s […] Read More

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    Thanks in large part to their space saving compact size, their energy efficiency and easy installation, tankless water heaters continue to gain in popularity with both users and installers.   That’s especially true of the new Rinnai® SENSEI™ Tankless Water Heater. With its enhanced combustion design, it provides a better experience for both […] Read More

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  Earlier this year, our Reliance™ team was thrilled to join the Simcoe County Home Builders’ Association for its annual Charity Ice Fishing Tournament.   Held at Kempenfelt Bay on Lake Simcoe in Barrie, at the South Shore Community Centre, there were more than 820 participants and 1,100 people from around the area who enjoyed […] Read More

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  Reliance™ Home Comfort recently introduced geothermal heat pump installation and service in three key regions – including South Western Ontario, Grand River and Eastern Ontario and we’re relaunching in Barrie, with more to come.   With a high concentration of customers without access to natural gas, as well as a reintroduction of GreenOn fund’s […] Read More

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  "Dealing with the unconventional."   That's what Reliance™ Builder Project Manager Gladimir Pacheco says is what he enjoys most about his work. Gladimir has more than 17 years' experience with mechanical projects, especially water heating and HVAC, including design, build, commissioning and service, and works every day to provide industry-leading technical and field support […] Read More

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  From coast to coast, Canadians are treating their drinking water like never before. In fact, more than half of Canadian households now use at least one method to treat their water – to improve taste, appearance or odour, as well as to remove chemicals like chlorine, and to soften hard water.   There are […] Read More

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  We've all seen the disturbing images of massive islands of discarded water bottles floating in the ocean. And that doesn't even take into account the polluting fossil fuels burned, not just to create the bottles but also to transport them – often thousands of kilometers – to our supermarkets and convenience stores.   Plastic […] Read More

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  If you've noticed your skin getting dry, cracked and flaky and you keep getting zapped with static shocks, it may be time for you get a humidifier.   Dry air can cause a lot of discomfort in your home and contribute to respiratory problems and allergy symptoms. And, with Canadians spending most of their […] Read More

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  Here's the situation: your furnace, air conditioner or water heater is on its last legs and you're actively considering a new one. However, the most important and far-reaching decision you make may have nothing to do with the system's size or power or efficiency.   The most pressing question you may need to answer […] Read More

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      While it’s the time of year for fun and celebration, one look at your energy bill come January is liable to lead to unnecessary frustration. The truth is, there are lots of simple steps you can take to keep a smile on your face and your energy costs under control.   LED […] Read More

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