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The Reliance Resolution Challenge is quickly drawing to a close and if you are just joining us, our goal this month has been to provide you with tips, encouragement and inspiration so that you can set and achieve some of your goals this year. Looking to save for a big trip, get back into shape or just be a better person this year? Hopefully we and our Facebook community can assist in helping you do just that!

If you haven’t been to our facebook page, be sure to do so and when you do, enter for your chance at our iPad Air Grand Prize – just click on the Resolution Challenge link. The big draw is tomorrow, January 28th but we still have one more 3V Visa Prepaid Voucher to give away as part of our daily challenges. Click here for complete Contest Rules & Regulations.

And now….today’s winner in the Resolution Challenge is Seham Merzib. Congratulations! You’ve won a $30.00 VISA Prepaid Voucher! Please contact me at rmassingham@reliancecomfort.com to claim your prize.

To qualify for our final daily draw, we want to know – What steps are you taking to become a better person in 2014? Share your plans now and as always, please share, like or tweet this post. Good luck!

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Reliance Resolution Challenge – Daily Draw #1

January 17, 2014

Welcome back! We have officially kicked off the Reliance Resolution Challenge and over the next few weeks our goal is to provide you with tips, encouragement and inspiration so that you can set and achieve some of your goals in 2014. Looking to save for a big trip, get back into shape or just be […]

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Reliance Resolution Challenge – Daily Draw #6

January 25, 2013

Welcome back! The Reliance Resolution Challenge is in full swing and our goal this month is to provide you with tips, encouragement and inspiration so that you can set and achieve some of your goals in 2013. Looking to save for a big trip, get back into shape or just be a better person this […]

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Planning an HVAC maintenance call? 5 steps will get you ready for service.

January 15, 2013

Too many homeowners disregard the importance of HVAC maintenance, which can lead to system inefficiency, higher energy bills and preventable problems down the road. For this reason, we have compiled five steps that you can take before the visit to help it go more smoothly: Troubleshoot before calling for help. Some problems with your HVAC unit may […]

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Furnace Troubleshooting tips to keep the cold at bay.

January 15, 2013

With the colder winter weather approaching, Ontario homeowners should be considering the condition of their home’s furnace. Is it working properly? Furnace troubleshooting can save you a lot of money and ensure the safety of your family. There are a number of things you can do to detect problems or even prevent them from starting. Keep […]

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Discover the purpose of MERV Ratings for air filters.

January 15, 2013

If you’re like most homeowners in Ontario, you might not know much about MERV ratings. That’s understandable because the cheap, one-inch air filters you can find at a local store appear to do a sufficient job cleaning your air. The truth is, however, that they do a poor job of removing particles from your air […]

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Winter Storms: get ready now!

January 15, 2013

If you live in Ontario, winter storms can arrive suddenly at any time during our winter. It never hurts to be prepared for unexpected winter weather, which could lead to power outages and a lack of other services. Before winter weather arrives, ensure your home is retaining the conditioned air you’re paying for. Seek out […]

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7 steps to finding a reliable HVAC contractor.

January 15, 2013

The weather is really starting to cool off, and you may be looking for an HVAC contractor to repair your ailing furnace, install a new system or provide you with a tune-up that will help your furnace perform efficiently all winter long. Here are the seven steps you should take to find a reliable HVAC […]

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Tips to Prepare For The First Snowfall

November 5, 2012

The winter weather predictions are in and although the consensus is that this winter will be milder than the Ontario average, which includes periods of -30°C, it may not be anything like the snowless winter we had last year. As the snow begins to sweep through the province – likely later this month – it […]

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Keeping Your Loved Ones Safe

November 5, 2012

During November, the Canada Safety Council (CSC) is running two nationwide campaigns targeted at fire safety and seniors in our communities. These campaigns are aimed at raising awareness and providing the public with the necessary steps to prevent harm or dangerous situations from occurring. Below is a brief overview of each campaign and some of […]

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