Avoid getting caught by energy-hogging habits that will increase your heating bill this fall! These are daily habits you can perform to increase your savings while still maintaining optimal comfort in your home.
After a long and exciting process, stepping through the front door of your new custom build home can result in feelings of euphoria and accomplishment. Here at Applewood Air, we love to share in your moment of completing a new custom home build because we take immense pride in the work that we do.
All the little things in their experience with Applewood Air – from the pleasant service to the timely installation of the unit – added up for this Oakville homeowner.
With the slow budding of spring flowers and regular April showers, it’s an exciting and energizing time of year to think about moving into a new home. Before you come to this decision, consider your current HVAC system. Evaluate how well-maintained the system is, the return on investing in a new system, and how you might benefit from replacing individual elements of the HVAC system.
What do you know about the less tangible air quality of your home, and how it compares to others in your neighbourhood? Your responses to the air in your home may be subtle, or quite pronounced. You might want to examine the air quality of your home if you have experienced: irritation of the eyes, nose, and throat; regular headaches; or, feelings of mental fatigue and lethargy. Let’s review three of the most common situations affecting air quality and some solutions!
As heating bills continue to rise, consumers find themselves contemplating what is more important: home comfort or manageable expenses? Canadian winters can be brutal and it is a great relief to go from the freezing cold into a warm and cozy home. However, it can be a challenge to find the balance between a hospitable atmosphere and one that causes excessive financial strain.