Your home comfort system is a financial investment and it’s important to take proper care of it. One of the best ways to help protect your cooling and heating system is to schedule yearly inspections and tune-ups with a certified…
More homeowners are turning to their basements as they look to increase the livable square footage of their homes. Areas that once only housed washing machines are now being turned into luxury apartments, guest bedrooms or home movie theaters. However, although many people are investing time and money into their basements, they often forget to consider the strain additional square footage will add to their heating and cooling systems. Make sure you inspect your HVAC system and determine if you need a furnace or air conditioner replacement and modifications to the ducting before you close up walls and ceilings.
The Grand River Conservation Authority (GRCA) said no major flooding occurred as a result of the recent rainfall, where the Waterloo area saw a month’s worth of rainfall in just a few days. While we were able to get through the severe weather without major damage, we have many summer rainstorms ahead of us and it’s important to prepare your home for emergencies and take steps to protect your HVAC System.
The present IESO incentives for heating and cooling systems are set to expire on June 30, 2017.
Make sure that you take advantage of the Save on Energy rebates before they expire and save up to $650!
When most people think of pests causing damage to their homes, they think of insect infestations. What many homeowners don’t realize is that their heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) system is one of the most common ways for larger pests, like squirrels and chipmunks, to enter their homes and cause serious damage—sometimes requiring expensive furnace or cooling repair.
April is winding down and the sun is finally warming up the earth to bring plants, trees and other vegetation back to life. Unfortunately for allergy sufferers, this includes a steady increase of pollen in the air and the blooming of ragweed and more all over southern Ontario. As people who experience the woes of allergy season will tell you, there are a few things you can do around your home in the next few weeks to prepare and try to lessen the impact allergies will have on your life this spring.
Buying a new home requires a substantial sum of money upfront and will most certainly require additional financial investments throughout the years. To limit the number of surprises down the line, it’s important to know all the facts before you fully commit to buying a home. A proper HVAC inspection is essential to determine if the home is a sound investment.