On November 7th, Daylight Savings Time (DST) ends and we turn back time to “gain” an extra hour. While most of our digital devices will automatically update, many wall clocks and other electronics will have to be adjusted manually. When… Continue Reading Change Your Clocks and Change Your Batteries
If this winter is as cold and snowy as some forecasters predict, you’re going to want to ensure that your heating system will keep you comfortable all season long. If you’re on the fence about installing a new high efficiency… Continue Reading Tips For Buying a New High Efficiency Furnace
Even though the beginning of fall felt more like the middle of summer — cold weather is on its way. In the last few days, the temperature has dropped and it’s only going to get colder as we inch towards… Continue Reading A Whole Home Humidifier Provides Total Home Comfort All Winter
If you notice any air conditioner leaks, the first course of action is to turn off your unit to prevent further damage to your home and to avoid a safety hazard. Next, call your local heating and cooling specialists to diagnose and fix the problem. Continue Reading Top 3 Reasons for Air Conditioner Leaks
Do you get a pounding headache after spending time in an air-conditioned space? Some people are sensitive to changes in humidity levels and can alleviate headaches by adjusting the thermostat. Other times, air conditioner headaches can signal a more serious problem with your cooling system. If you find that you suffer from headaches instead of being cool and comfortable every time you switch your AC on, schedule a cooling inspection to ensure your unit is running safely and efficiently. Continue Reading Why Do I Get Air Conditioner Headaches?
Your air conditioner condenser is durable and extremely resilient to inclement weather. However, in extreme cases, there are a few preventative measures you should take to ensure the safety of your cooling system. A few minutes of preparing could help protect AC condensers during our turbulent summer storms. Continue Reading Protect AC Condensers During Summer Storms
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. Continue Reading After the Recent Flood Scare—Ensure You’re Prepared and Protect Your HVAC System
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. Continue Reading Don’t Get Stuck with an Expensive Heating or Cooling Repair Bill Because of Pests!