During the transitional fall season, you may discover problems with your furnace starting up again. If you try turning on your furnace and do not feel any warmer, here are a few places to begin your investigation.
Innovation and service excellence have always been two core tenets of our work here at Applewood Air. Over our 48 years in business, we have been proud to demonstrate leadership in the industry through adaptations to ongoing changes.
Gas Fireplace Inserts are an awesome option for any homeowner interested in improving the heating efficiency and attractiveness of their interior living space.
You may be wondering - how can I prepare my home for the changing of the seasons? Your home will be a place of respite and warmth for your family as the fall season brings fluctuating, cooler temperatures. Here are a few important to-dos that should be on your home maintenance checklist.
Think that closing your windows and turning on the air conditioning will protect you from summer air pollutants? Think again.
As with many elements of your home, the air filters are part of a larger system. This means that they are influenced by various external and internal factors. Regularly replacing your air filter will help to keep everything in the system working properly while minimizing your energy costs.
If you hear unusual sounds coming from your air conditioner during normal operation, don’t ignore them! These could be signs that the unit needs a simple tune up, a full repair, or a replacement of the entire unit.
Your home’s building envelope has many interconnected parts which must operate together to maintain your home comfort and perform efficiently. Don’t ignore your building envelope and all that it means for your complete home comfort and energy bills!
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.