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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:   1. Close the shades Did […] Read More

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If you’re like most Canadian homeowners these days, then chances are good that cutting costs and conserving energy are pretty high up on your list of household priorities. That means ensuring that your HVAC system is running as efficiently as possible and that there are no costly air leaks in your home.   Most people […] Read More

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What Are Air Exchangers And How Do They Work?   As the name denotes, air exchangers are used to exchange stale indoor air for the fresh air outside. You can think of it as a more efficient means of opening a window. In an effort to remain as energy efficient as possible, over the past […] Read More

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How HVAC Zoning Works

How HVAC Zoning Works   One all too common complaint that many homeowners have about their home heating and cooling is that one area tends to be too cold, while the other is simply stifling. If you have experienced uneven heating and cooling in your home, then you know just how frustrating it can be. […] Read More

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Getting to Know The Different Types of HVAC Systems   When it comes to HVAC systems, many homeowners typically only think about two things: furnaces and air conditioners. However, there is a lot more to a system than its primary components. What you may not know is that there are actually several different types that […] Read More

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How to tell if your cottage HVAC system needs to be replaced   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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For most homeowners, home heating and cooling systems are things that we tend to take for granted … until they no longer work. So, it makes sense that shopping around for a new HVAC system can be confusing and possibly a little intimidating. Your family’s home comfort is extremely important, but then again, so is […] Read More

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During our hot, humid Ontario summers, most of the energy used by HVAC systems goes into cooling your home. By implementing three simple steps, you can increase the efficiency of your air conditioner, which will ultimately save energy and extend the life of your cooling system. Here’s what to do: Avoid taxing your air conditioner: Wait […] Read More

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