A common question we hear from homeowners is, “Why is my furnace blowing cold air?” Because a furnace is responsible for creating warm air for a home, it is a bit concerning if cold air is blowing out of the furnace and into the air ducts and air vents. Depending on the type of furnace you have (gas furnace, electric furnace, wood burning furnace, or an oil furnace) will direct you to the root of the cold air problem. But first, you should always check the thermostat to make sure you’re set
Between September 1st and November 30th this year, we’ll have a special promotion from Carrier. If you purchase a Carrier Qualified Home Comfort System, Heating, and/or Cooling system from Applewood Air, you’ll receive a rebate up to $1765 without paying for the first 90 days. Having an energy efficient home comfort system not only makes adjusting to weather changes easier, but it also saves you money in the long run!
They say all good things must come to an end, but while the summer heat draws to a close, you can keep the heat going with a new home fireplace. Sure, it’s not quite the same as the sun’s glorious rays on the beach, but a fireplace keeps the home nice and toasty as the temperatures begin to dip.
Near the end of summer, allergies strike again for some, often leading a few weeks into the Fall season. This Fall, it is predicted that allergens in the Mississauga air are at moderate to high levels. The culprit? Ragweed pollen! Over the next few weeks, allergy sufferers will look for any relief from Ragweed and other outdoor allergens.
With the option to get either a tank water heater or a tankless water heater, homeowners may not know which is the best option for their needs. Today, we’re breaking down the costs associated with hot water tanks and tankless water heaters in Mississauga to give you the best suggestions based on water consumption.
Rebates up to $1,765 on a Qualified Home Comfort System by Carrier.
We have all been there--- water is starting to pool around your AC unit and you are wondering what your next move should be! Don’t fret! We are here to help! Although water pooling around your HVAC unit isn’t normal, it is a sign that you or a professional needs to fix the issue before further damage ensues. So if you experience a leaking HVAC, here is what may be the cause and some helpful advice: