Don’t let Dry Air Takeover Your Home

  • Posted by admin
  • On November 25, 2015
Canadians are supposed to like winter, so why does it hurt so much to see summer go. Winter has its benefits – beautiful sights, loads of activities and of course the holidays – but the weather isn’t always cooperative when it comes to having fun. First there’s the cold weather, the constant snow but that’s […]
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What’s Your Ideal Furnace Filter MERV Rating?

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  • On November 19, 2015
Furnace filters are one of the most commonly talked about furnace components, but a lot of people still don’t know how to properly maintain them. Furnace filters catch dust, hair and other debris in the air before the air enters the blower fan in your furnace. This subsequently improves the air quality in your home […]
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Never Take a Cold Shower Again

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  • On October 23, 2015
Sometimes a cold shower can be refreshing in the summer, but don’t forget how bad they can be in the winter. It’s hard enough getting out of your warm bed, it’s only going to make it harder if you’re fourth in line for the shower and your kids used up all the hot water. You […]
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3 Ways Prepare Your Air Conditioner for Winter

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  • On October 2, 2015
Summer is over. It hurts us to say that, but it’s something we have to accept and move on from. It’s fall now, but the season we’re all anticipating is winter. Fall is the time that we prepare for winter to come, so it can be a busy time as a home owner. One thing […]
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6 Signs Your Furnace Needs to be Replaced

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  • On September 24, 2015
Summer is officially over in 7 days and we want to make sure you’re properly prepared. With the end of summer, also comes the time to turn on your heating system. However, before you commit to your furnace for another year, you should evaluate your options. Newer machines are always being developed and they tend […]
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New Home Comfort System Efficiencies!

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  • On September 11, 2015
It seems that rising energy costs are becoming the new norm, making energy efficiency top of mind for many homeowners. On average, your home comfort system accounts for up to 44% of your energy bill, which is why it makes sense that your home comfort system would be the first place to look when looking […]
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Is Your System Low On Refrigerant?

  • Posted by admin
  • On August 25, 2015
Air conditioners are complicated machines, and with complicated machines come complicated problems. That’s why we’re here. In Kingston, Trenton, Belleville and the surrounding area, we diagnose your system and provide heating and/or cooling solutions. A common problem we can encounter is problems with refrigerant charge (amount). There is no way to check the charge of […]
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The 3 Most Common Air Conditioner Problems

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  • On August 13, 2015
Summer has arrived late and with a vengeance in the Kingston/Trenton area. That means that the uncomfortable, force-you-to-turn-on-your-A/C temperatures are here. You may have turned on your air conditioner and it might not be working quite as well as you expected it to. If that is the case, there’s a good chance that your A/C […]
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5 Things Your HVAC Mechanic Should Do

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  • On July 31, 2015
Understanding HVAC equipment isn’t your job, it’s ours. However, that can provide some difficulty when you’re trying to evaluate the job that your technician has done. The terminology can be confusing and it’s hard to know what is being done in your interest. That’s why we’ve created a list of things all HVAC mechanics should […]
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Summer HVAC Tips

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  • On July 8, 2015
Summer arrived a couple weeks ago, but it’s finally starting to feel like summer. The heat has arrived and it’s already starting to affect our comfort. To combat the effects of a scorching hot summer day, we’ve got some summer cooling tips for you. Take care of these to not only keep comfortable, but to […]
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