Comfort

Keep Your Home Air Conditioning System Running Smoothly With Reliance Service Plans

July 2, 2013

Your home air conditioning system may be silent and unobtrusive, but you can think of it as a workhorse that quietly hums all day and night to make your life comfortable in the summer. In the process, it accumulates dust and dirt which cover and choke its inner components. Its moving parts suffer wear and […]

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How Much Does a New Furnace Cost? And 3 Other Questions about Upgrading Your HVAC System

July 2, 2013

Winter is still several months away and you probably won’t be thinking about a new furnace now. However, this is the right time to repair your furnace or start looking for a new one if you want to be ready before the chill and the snow arrive. Where something as important as a furnace is […]

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5 Signs You Need Air Conditioning Service

July 2, 2013

Your air conditioner is one of the most hardworking pieces of equipment in your home. In the hot and humid weather, they hum day and night to make your life comfortable. In the process, they gather a thick layer of dust particles that clog the air filter and their moving parts suffer wear and tear […]

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Time For a New A/C Unit? Our List of the Best Central Air Conditioners

May 29, 2013

Technology experts seem to be quite busy inventing new and more effective machines to make our life more convenient and comfortable. When your A/C unit needs to be replaced, you simply have to consider having a new central air system installed in your home. Today’s air conditioners are energy-efficient, eco- and wallet-friendly. Here is Reliance […]

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Leave Furnace Repairs to the Heating and Cooling Toronto Experts

May 29, 2013

Furnace repairs can be costly and stressful if you decide to take matters into your own hands. Unlike other small repairs that you can do around the house, furnace repairs require a lot more specialized knowledge and skills. This is the main reason why you should leave furnace repairs to the heating and cooling Toronto […]

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3 Spring Air Conditioner Repair Tips from the Professionals

May 29, 2013

While most air conditioning repair jobs should be left in the hands of the professionals, it is always good to stay informed and get familiar with your A/C unit so you can watch for any potential problems and do some troubleshooting on your own. Experts know best what to do and where to look for […]

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What are the Different Types of Hot Water Heating Systems?

May 29, 2013

There are different types of hot water heating systems that serve millions of people around the globe. Water heaters are classified in different categories depending on the fuel they use and on the functioning mechanism. There are gas as well as electric hot water heating systems, and each of them can be divided into two […]

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Warning: do not buy a new air conditioner until you read this!

May 17, 2013

Before you start looking for the right air conditioner for your home, you need to have a load calculation done. Some contractors will simply ask you whether or not you were happy with the performance of your last air conditioner when determining the size of the new one. This could lead you to a decision […]

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How to ensure that your A/C is ready for the hottest day of the year

May 17, 2013

Spring is here and that means it’s time to schedule A/C maintenance before you need to turn your air conditioner on. A comprehensive air conditioning tuneup by a qualified air conditioner technician will benefit you in three major ways. It will: Extend the operating life of your air conditioner. Ensure your system operates efficiently all […]

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How bad is the air quality in your home?

April 16, 2013

Many households face the challenge of being stuffy due to inadequate airflow. In many areas, indoor air can be surprisingly more polluted than outdoor air, requiring air cleaning methods to achieve high levels of clean air. If such systems aren’t functioning properly, dirt is likely to accumulate on various surfaces, sometimes causing clogging or malfunctioning […]

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