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An air conditioner is a major purchase so it makes sense to do research before you buy. A free in-home consultation can also provide insight to help inform your decision.   Natural Resources Canada explains a number of factors affecting the operating cost of an air conditioner:   geographical location of the house variance of […] Read More

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Many Canadians have central air conditioners installed in their homes. Many large apartment buildings and commercial buildings also use central air. Before you get central air for the first time or have a new central air unit installed, it’s helpful to know how the installation works, and some things to consider. Professional cooling contractors should […] Read More

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Many Canadians have central air conditioning in their home, but not everyone understands how it works. Here’s a summary of how central air works and why some Canadians choose to install it in their homes. Unlike a standalone unit, such as a portable or window air conditioner, central air conditioning is a cooling system that […] Read More

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                          Is your cottage A/C not keeping its cool the way it used to? Or are minor repairs no longer quite so minor? If either scenario rings true, then it might be time to consider replacing your existing HVAC system. Not only does […] Read More

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                Air conditioning systems come in all different sizes and styles – but none have the power to cool your entire home quite like a central air conditioner. When installed properly, a central air conditioning system will keep your family cool during the summer months and improve the […] Read More

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  If you’re considering upgrading your air conditioning system or adding one to your home, cottage or apartment, a ductless split system can be a great choice. Offering an alternative to central air that runs through a home’s ductwork, these systems provide zoned heating and cooling through ductless means. Here are the benefits of installing […] Read More

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                During the rainy season of spring, homeowners often ask whether or not rain can have an adverse effect on their central air conditioning unit. As a major investment towards a comfortable home, a central air conditioner that is exposed to sever weather can often be unsettling.   […] Read More

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  A penny saved is a penny earned, and with cooling costs representing a significant portion of the monthly energy bill during the spring and summer, every homeowner wants to save money where they can.   Here are our simple tips for cutting your cooling costs this year:   Did you know that blinds, screens […] Read More

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Welcome back everyone! We have officially kicked off the Reliance Cool Comfort Challenge and this month our goal is to share ways to stay cool as we quickly transition into the warm weather season. Whether it's cool tips, cool places or cool treats - we'll be sharing all that is cool as summer closes in. […] Read More

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  When the season turns from winter to spring and the weather begins to heat up, homeowners rely on their air conditioning unit to keep them cool and comfortable. These units need to work hard to do so, and in the process can suffer wear and tear that could potentially lessen their lifespan and increase […] Read More

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