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What’s the Best HVAC Air Filter?

All sorts of furnace filters are available on the market, but which is the best one for improving indoor air quality (IAQ)? For many homeowners in Ontario, both central heating and cooling utilize the same air filtering system. If this describes your home’s HVAC system, it’s safe to assume your furnace filter is compatible with […]

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Why Is My Furnace Not Working?

The heart of winter is a terrible time for your furnace to stop working. Many homeowners go right into panic mode and think they need a whole new system installed — although this can happen, it’s often not the case. While we would never recommend that homeowners take it upon themselves to fix their furnace, […]

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5 Signs Your Furnace Is About To Die

We all know that winter is coming and we need to prepare the outside of our homes for the season ahead, but don’t forget about your inside home comfort systems! The last thing you want is for your furnace to die when you need it the most. If you pay attention, your furnace will usually […]

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Benefits of Having An In-Home Comfort Consultation

You may wonder, “Why do I need to meet with a home comfort consultant? Can’t you just give me a price over the phone?”. The answer is: There are many good reasons to have a personalized, on-site consultation. To better understand why it’s recommended, we’ve put together a list of the key benefits to having […]

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How To Troubleshoot Common Furnace Issues

Noticing that your furnace isn’t working properly is never fun, especially in the dead of winter. It’s important to understand how to troubleshoot common furnace issues, and to know when it’s time to contact a professional technician. Here are 4 common furnace issues that may occur, and how to troubleshoot them. 1. Thermostat Batteries Does […]

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If my heat exchanger is broken, what do I do?

If your furnace has stopped working, here are some steps you can take to determine the cause. If you’ve determined that your furnace’s heat exchanger is cracked or inoperable, read on for our advice on what to do next. Can I run my furnace with a broken heat exchanger? You might be asking yourself what […]

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Should I Have My Furnace Maintained Every Year?

Simply put, the answer is yes, you should have yearly furnace maintenance. This begs the obvious follow-up question: Why? In this blog, we’re going to look into what the industry recommendations are and why certain recommendations are made. Then we’ll answer some FAQs about different types of furnace maintenance. Manufacturer Recommendations Furnace manufacturers recommend yearly […]

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How To Prepare Your Furnace Before Leaving For Vacation

Preparing your furnace before leaving for vacation probably isn’t on the top of your mind as visions of warmer weather, sunshine, and relaxing on the beach dance around your head…but it should be. Leading up to your vacation, there are a few things you should be doing so your furnace will function adequately when you’re […]

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Improving The Air In Your Home

People want to improve the quality of the food they eat and the water they drink, but how about the air they breathe? Most people do care about the air they breathe but much of the focus is on the quality of air in the outside world. People sometimes forget to improve indoor air quality, […]

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Why Isn’t My Furnace Working Properly?

Throughout the winter, you rely on your furnace to keep you, your family and your home warm. With regular maintenance, most furnace problems can be avoided, but with any kind of technology, it’s not uncommon to see issues like your furnace not working properly. Here are some common situations where you may find that your […]

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