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How to Stay Safe During The Heat Warning

How to Stay Safe During The Heat Warning

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Most of Southern Ontario has been issued a heat warning so it is extremely important to take safety precautions during this time. Here are some helpful tips and tricks to stay safe and most importantly, comfortable this summer:

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How to Stay Safe During The Heat Warning

How to Stay Safe During The Heat Warning

in News, Resource Tips, Featured, Furnaces, Air Conditioning

Most of Southern Ontario has been issued a heat warning so it is extremely important to take safety precautions during this time. Here are some helpful tips and tricks to stay safe and most importantly, comfortable this summer:

Read more

Combat Summer Indoor Air Pollutants

Combat Summer Indoor Air Pollutants

in Resource Tips, Furnaces, Air Conditioning, Indoor Air Quality

Pollution is something that occurs outside, yes. But did you know that indoor air pollution can be worse than the pollution that exists outside? This is especially true during the summer months. All of the pollution that your energy-efficient, perfectly sealed windows keep out, are the same agents that can keep all those pollutants inside.

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What Do Furnace Efficiency Ratings Mean?

What Do Furnace Efficiency Ratings Mean?

in Resource Tips, Furnaces

An important component of EnerGuide is the annual fuel utilization efficiency, or AFUE, rating. The rating provides consumers with an easy and accurate way to compare furnaces in regards to efficiency and cost-effectiveness.

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Choosing the Right HVAC Professional: Why the Cheapest Option Might Become More Expensive

Choosing the Right HVAC Professional: Why the Cheapest Option Might Become More Expensive

in Furnaces, Air Conditioning

HVAC systems control your home environment using the latest technology. Not everyone can fix them, so choose someone with the right background.

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What to Do If You Smell Gas

What to Do If You Smell Gas

in Resource Tips, Furnaces

If you smell gas in your home, this likely means there is a natural gas leak. There is no missing that distinctive “rotten egg” smell (known as...

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Heat Pump Installation: How to Hire the Right Installer for the Job

Heat Pump Installation: How to Hire the Right Installer for the Job

in Furnaces

Investing in a heat pump is an important decision. Although heat pumps can save you money over time, the initial investment is a large one. For...

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Where Do You Use the Most Energy in Your Home?

Where Do You Use the Most Energy in Your Home?

in Furnaces

Are you shocked by your electricity bill? Your hydro plan might not always be to blame—whether your hydro service is based on a fixed rate or a variable plan, your household appliances’ energy use can eat up plenty of electricity on their own...

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Two Ways to Go Green with your Home Heating

Two Ways to Go Green with your Home Heating

in Furnaces

While there are other environmentally friendly heating options in the works, geothermal and solar heat are two viable options put into practice right now.

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Furnace Maintenance a Necessary Homeowner’s Chore

Furnace Maintenance a Necessary Homeowner’s Chore

in Furnaces

If you want your heating system to run optimally and last for years, you will have to conduct some routine maintenance on your furnace.

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Filter Out Bad Health and Repair Costs for your Furnace

Filter Out Bad Health and Repair Costs for your Furnace

in Furnaces

It is important for you to use furnace filters as they help decrease the release of allergens like pollen and dust through your heating system.

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Are Heat Pumps Better for the Environment?

Are Heat Pumps Better for the Environment?

in Furnaces, Air Conditioning

Heat pumps are ideal solutions for environmentally friendly heating and cooling.

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What is a Geothermal Heating System?

What is a Geothermal Heating System?

in Furnaces

One of the most cost effective, long-term solutions for heating and cooling is the ground-source heat pump, more commonly known as a geothermal heating system.

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Understanding Your Heat Pump: How It Works

Understanding Your Heat Pump: How It Works

in Furnaces

Heat pumps can be an ideal way to control your energy costs.

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Typical Heating Systems to Consider for your Home

Typical Heating Systems to Consider for your Home

in Furnaces, Boilers

Besides inspecting your home for obvious leaks in energy (weatherproofing and sealing cracks, etc.), you can invest in an energy efficient heating system.

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Should You Get a Heat Pump? What You Need to Know

Should You Get a Heat Pump? What You Need to Know

in Furnaces

Heat pumps are all the rage these days. From TV commercials to builders and contractors, heat pumps have really gotten much more attention in recent years.

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SEER versus HPSF: Understanding Your Heat Pump Rating Factors

SEER versus HPSF: Understanding Your Heat Pump Rating Factors

in Furnaces, Air Conditioning

Have you decided to make the switch a heat pump? Many people are making the switch, for a variety of different reasons.

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How to Choose a Heat Pump for Your Home

How to Choose a Heat Pump for Your Home

in Furnaces, Air Conditioning

Heat pumps were once considered inefficient and undesirable, but times have changed.

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How a Heat Pumps Works and What It Can Mean for You

How a Heat Pumps Works and What It Can Mean for You

in Furnaces

The primary function of a heat pump is the transference of heat from one place to another, being able to both heat and cool.

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Heat Pumps versus Central Heating Systems -– Which One is Right for You?

Heat Pumps versus Central Heating Systems -– Which One is Right for You?

in Furnaces

If you are building a new home or simply updating the heating and air conditioning system in the one you have, there are many options on the table for you.

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Heat Pumps: The Downside of Choosing a Heat Pump for your Home

Heat Pumps: The Downside of Choosing a Heat Pump for your Home

in Furnaces

Heat pumps can be a great investment for some people, but it is important to dig through the hype before you go for one for your home.

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Air Conditioning
How to Stay Safe During The Heat Warning

How to Stay Safe During The Heat Warning

in News, Resource Tips, Featured, Furnaces, Air Conditioning

Most of Southern Ontario has been issued a heat warning so it is extremely important to take safety precautions during this time. Here are some helpful tips and tricks to stay safe and most importantly, comfortable this summer:

Read more

Combat Summer Indoor Air Pollutants

Combat Summer Indoor Air Pollutants

in Resource Tips, Furnaces, Air Conditioning, Indoor Air Quality

Pollution is something that occurs outside, yes. But did you know that indoor air pollution can be worse than the pollution that exists outside? This is especially true during the summer months. All of the pollution that your energy-efficient, perfectly sealed windows keep out, are the same agents that can keep all those pollutants inside.

Read more

5 Common Air Conditioning Questions Answered

5 Common Air Conditioning Questions Answered

in News, Air Conditioning

Your air conditioner is a precise piece of machinery and it pays to know both how it works and how you can best maintain it. Here are some common questions about air conditioners.

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Choosing the Right HVAC Professional: Why the Cheapest Option Might Become More Expensive

Choosing the Right HVAC Professional: Why the Cheapest Option Might Become More Expensive

in Furnaces, Air Conditioning

HVAC systems control your home environment using the latest technology. Not everyone can fix them, so choose someone with the right background.

Read more

Are Heat Pumps Better for the Environment?

Are Heat Pumps Better for the Environment?

in Furnaces, Air Conditioning

Heat pumps are ideal solutions for environmentally friendly heating and cooling.

Read more

SEER versus HPSF: Understanding Your Heat Pump Rating Factors

SEER versus HPSF: Understanding Your Heat Pump Rating Factors

in Furnaces, Air Conditioning

Have you decided to make the switch a heat pump? Many people are making the switch, for a variety of different reasons.

Read more

How to Choose a Heat Pump for Your Home

How to Choose a Heat Pump for Your Home

in Furnaces, Air Conditioning

Heat pumps were once considered inefficient and undesirable, but times have changed.

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Boilers
A Glimpse at Radiator Heating Systems

A Glimpse at Radiator Heating Systems

in Boilers

Boiler and radiator systems may not be the most popular heating mechanism for your home these days but they have been used quite successfully for over 100 years.

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Typical Heating Systems to Consider for your Home

Typical Heating Systems to Consider for your Home

in Furnaces, Boilers

Besides inspecting your home for obvious leaks in energy (weatherproofing and sealing cracks, etc.), you can invest in an energy efficient heating system.

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Indoor Air Quality
Combat Summer Indoor Air Pollutants

Combat Summer Indoor Air Pollutants

in Resource Tips, Furnaces, Air Conditioning, Indoor Air Quality

Pollution is something that occurs outside, yes. But did you know that indoor air pollution can be worse than the pollution that exists outside? This is especially true during the summer months. All of the pollution that your energy-efficient, perfectly sealed windows keep out, are the same agents that can keep all those pollutants inside.

Read more

Improving Your Air Quality

in Indoor Air Quality

Indoor air quality (IAQ) is becoming an increasingly g

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How to Get Rid of The 4 Most Common Allergens in Your Home

How to Get Rid of The 4 Most Common Allergens in Your Home

in Indoor Air Quality

You can’t see them, but indoor allergens are everywhere.

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Whole Home Ventilation: What is It and How Can I Improve It?

Whole Home Ventilation: What is It and How Can I Improve It?

in Indoor Air Quality

You may not realize it, but many of your daily activities impact the air inside your home.

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Tank/Tankless Water Heaters
The Benefits of Tankless Water Heaters

The Benefits of Tankless Water Heaters

in Tank/Tankless Water Heaters

How well do you know your water heater? You probably don’t think much about your water heater, but you should. Water heaters account for 19% of the energy use in our homes – more than all our appliances, lighting, and A/C combined.

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Thermostats & Controls
What is a Smart Thermostat?

What is a Smart Thermostat?

in Resource Tips, Thermostats & Controls

What is a smart thermostat? Can it really save you money? Find out what makes smart thermostats smart.

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Insulation Important for Maintaining Heat in your Home

Insulation Important for Maintaining Heat in your Home

in Thermostats & Controls

With the insulation options these days, you should have no problem retaining the heat in your home to reduce your dependency on energy options.

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Resource Tips
How to Stay Safe During The Heat Warning

How to Stay Safe During The Heat Warning

in News, Resource Tips, Featured, Furnaces, Air Conditioning

Most of Southern Ontario has been issued a heat warning so it is extremely important to take safety precautions during this time. Here are some helpful tips and tricks to stay safe and most importantly, comfortable this summer:

Read more

Combat Summer Indoor Air Pollutants

Combat Summer Indoor Air Pollutants

in Resource Tips, Furnaces, Air Conditioning, Indoor Air Quality

Pollution is something that occurs outside, yes. But did you know that indoor air pollution can be worse than the pollution that exists outside? This is especially true during the summer months. All of the pollution that your energy-efficient, perfectly sealed windows keep out, are the same agents that can keep all those pollutants inside.

Read more

Are Ontario Hydro Rate Cuts Really a Bargain?

Are Ontario Hydro Rate Cuts Really a Bargain?

in Resource Tips

Premiere Kathleen Wynne recently announced a cut in Ontario hydro rates to take effect this summer and result in an average reduction of 17%. But will this really save citizens money in the long run?

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What Do Furnace Efficiency Ratings Mean?

What Do Furnace Efficiency Ratings Mean?

in Resource Tips, Furnaces

An important component of EnerGuide is the annual fuel utilization efficiency, or AFUE, rating. The rating provides consumers with an easy and accurate way to compare furnaces in regards to efficiency and cost-effectiveness.

Read more

 Insulation Energy Saving Tips

Insulation Energy Saving Tips

in Resource Tips

Energy costs are rising and homeowners are thinking of ways to make their properties more energy efficient. Here are ways in which insulation reduces energy use and saves money.

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Where Should You Place a Carbon Monoxide Detector?

Where Should You Place a Carbon Monoxide Detector?

in Resource Tips

Carbon monoxide is an odorless, tasteless, and invisible gas. Where you place a carbon monoxide detector may mean the difference between life and death

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What Temperature Should I Set My Thermostat to for the Winter?

What Temperature Should I Set My Thermostat to for the Winter?

in Resource Tips

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.

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What to Do If You Smell Gas

What to Do If You Smell Gas

in Resource Tips, Furnaces

If you smell gas in your home, this likely means there is a natural gas leak. There is no missing that distinctive “rotten egg” smell (known as...

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Ontario Retrofit Program

Ontario Retrofit Program

in Resource Tips

Does your furnace need fixing? Looking to overhaul your water heater? You may be eligible for a rebate on environmentally-friendly upgrades.

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What is a Smart Thermostat?

What is a Smart Thermostat?

in Resource Tips, Thermostats & Controls

What is a smart thermostat? Can it really save you money? Find out what makes smart thermostats smart.

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Try These Motivating Home Improvement Tips!

Try These Motivating Home Improvement Tips!

in Resource Tips, Featured

Perhaps you are looking for basic home upgrades that can add life to your home. Well, your search is over! Below you will find the easy path to making your home exactly what you desire.

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Resource FAQ

in Resource Tips, Featured

Why should I purchase a new heating or air conditioning system? How do I determine which system is right for me? How do I determine the size, or capacity, of my HVAC system? What happens when I replace my old system?

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8 Ways to Save on Energy

8 Ways to Save on Energy

in News, Resource Tips

Energy costs are of particular concern to Canadians due to our hot summers and extended winters. There is also the matter of energy conservation, something we should all take seriously. Here are eight ways to save on energy and do you part in helping to conserve power....

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Tips That You Can Use To Make Your Home A Better Place To Live

Tips That You Can Use To Make Your Home A Better Place To Live

in Resource Tips

There are repair jobs and renovation work that need doing around your home that you’ve been avoiding. If this is you, keep reading. People procrastinate due to a lack of knowledge. The article that follows can get you started in the right direction.

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Tips And Tricks For Working Home Improvement Like The Pro’s

Tips And Tricks For Working Home Improvement Like The Pro’s

in Resource Tips

Improper home improvement can negatively affect your home and your personal safety.

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Things To Do That Will Raise Your House’s Value

Things To Do That Will Raise Your House’s Value

in Resource Tips

Do you wish to become more comfortable when making home repairs yourself?

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Easy Tips on How to Slash Your Heating Bills at Home

Easy Tips on How to Slash Your Heating Bills at Home

in Resource Tips

Even though the price of fuel has gone down somewhat, don’t expect your heating bills to necessarily do the same!

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The Best Tips To Make Sure Your Home Improvement Project Is A Success

The Best Tips To Make Sure Your Home Improvement Project Is A Success

in Resource Tips

Home improvement is not just for dedicated enthusiasts. Any homeowner can increase the value and appeal of his or her home with some simple projects.

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Starting A Home Improvement Project? Learn Some Tricks

Starting A Home Improvement Project? Learn Some Tricks

in Resource Tips

Home improvement is not the terrifying ordeal you may have anticipated. Consider all of its benefits and the financial rewards that you can reap over time.

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Simple Tips For The Do It Yourselfer Home Improvement

Simple Tips For The Do It Yourselfer Home Improvement

in Resource Tips

Most people will find that when making home repairs and overall improvements, the process never exactly meets the planning. You may think something will only take a day and a little effort, but you’re likely to find that things get a bit more complicated.

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