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Nurturing innovation and service excellence through the Rosehaven Discovery Home build in Holland Landing

Nurturing innovation and service excellence through the Rosehaven Discovery Home build in Holland Landing

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.

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Furnaces
Where is the warmth? Try these three trouble-shooting tips if your furnace won’t start this fall

Where is the warmth? Try these three trouble-shooting tips if your furnace won’t start this fall

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.

Read more

Insulation and the building envelope: What it means for your heating and cooling needs

Insulation and the building envelope: What it means for your heating and cooling needs

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!

Read more

Case study: How the little things made a big impact for this Applewood client in Oakville, Ontario

Case study: How the little things made a big impact for this Applewood client in Oakville, Ontario

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.

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Furnace Winter Maintenance Tips

Furnace Winter Maintenance Tips

Being that we are in the thick of winter, it is a great idea to keep an eye on your furnace to make sure it is working correctly. Here are some...

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Is Your Furnace Winter Ready?

Is Your Furnace Winter Ready?

When preparing for the winter weather there are some things you should check to ensure the furnace is set for success all winter long. The following is a basic checklist to make sure all things are a go! 

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Winter HVAC Tips and Tricks

If you felt more of the cold than you would have liked during this January’s plunge into the negative 30’s, it’s time to take a closer look at your HVAC system. Often, there are a few simple fixes or maintenance tips that change the way your HVAC operates that will make your home significantly more comfortable when you need to stay warm.

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Home and Heating: Ideas for Saving This Fall

Home and Heating: Ideas for Saving This Fall

Southern Ontario sees a mix of temperatures during the Fall—everything from days in 20 degree range, to days just above the freezing mark. With the changes in the air temperatures and seasons, it’s important to keep your home energy efficient to mirror these changes, saving energy and money spent on HVAC and allowing you to enjoy your home comfortably. Let’s take a look at some ways you can save energy in your home through your HVAC this Fall.

Read more

Why Is My Furnace Blowing Cold Air?

Why Is My Furnace Blowing Cold Air?

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

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End of Summer Furnace Check-in

End of Summer Furnace Check-in

There may be many of you

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Combat Summer Indoor Air Pollutants

Combat Summer Indoor Air Pollutants

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

How to Stay Safe During The Heat Warning

How to Stay Safe During The Heat Warning

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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What Do Furnace Efficiency Ratings Mean?

What Do Furnace Efficiency Ratings Mean?

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

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

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

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?

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

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

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

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?

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

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Air Conditioning
Get the nitty-gritty details on how often you should replace your home’s air filter!

Get the nitty-gritty details on how often you should replace your home’s air filter!

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.

Read more

What’s that sound? Three problematic sounds to listen out for in your air conditioning unit

What’s that sound? Three problematic sounds to listen out for in your air conditioning unit

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.

Read more

Case study: How the little things made a big impact for this Applewood client in Oakville, Ontario

Case study: How the little things made a big impact for this Applewood client in Oakville, Ontario

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.

Read more

Thinking of selling your home in Oakville? 3 things to consider first about your HVAC system

Thinking of selling your home in Oakville? 3 things to consider first about your HVAC system

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.

Read more

Extend the life and improve performance of your HVAC system with preventative maintenance

Extend the life and improve performance of your HVAC system with preventative maintenance

Proper maintenance and regular check-ups of your HVAC system will allow you to save on the cost of replacing the equipment fully over the course of its projected lifecycle, as well as increase the efficiency of its performance.

Read more

Pre-Spring HVAC Maintenance and Cleaning Tips and Tricks

Pre-Spring HVAC Maintenance and Cleaning Tips and Tricks

Although the snowflakes keep deciding to show up here and there— there is good news. Spring is on it’s way! As a result, it’s the perfect time to start preparing your home to go from operating in the winter to welcoming warming weather (happily too, we may add)!

Read more

Why Your HVAC is Leaking Water

Why Your HVAC is Leaking Water

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:

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Stop Running Your AC 24/7 and Save Money!

Stop Running Your AC 24/7 and Save Money!

Should we keep our AC on 24/7? If we turn it on and off, is that effective or smart? Are there any money-saving benefits? These are questions we get all the time and we are here to give you a few helpful tips and tricks to treat your AC system well for optimal performance and how to save some dollars in the process!

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Combat Summer Indoor Air Pollutants

Combat Summer Indoor Air Pollutants

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

How to Stay Safe During The Heat Warning

How to Stay Safe During The Heat Warning

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

5 Common Air Conditioning Questions Answered

5 Common Air Conditioning Questions Answered

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

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?

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

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

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

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Boilers
Hot Water Boiler Maintenance- Winter Checklist

Hot Water Boiler Maintenance- Winter Checklist

It is winter in Canada, which means we are here to make sure you and your home are fully prepared to stay warm this season. Today's Checklist is all about your hot water boiler. 

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A Glimpse at Radiator Heating Systems

A Glimpse at Radiator Heating Systems

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

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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Fireplaces
[Insert warmth here] This is why a Gas Fireplace Insert could change your home this fall

[Insert warmth here] This is why a Gas Fireplace Insert could change your home this fall

Gas Fireplace Inserts are an awesome option for any homeowner interested in improving the heating efficiency and attractiveness of their interior living space.

Read more

Fireplace Inserts and Ideas for Winter

Fireplace Inserts and Ideas for Winter

Who doesn't love feeling warm and cozy with a fireplace inside during the cold winter months!? Well, today we are coming at you with various fireplace inserts supplied by Applewood and Pinterest ideas to make yours look spectacular!

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3 Types of Fire Gas Places You Need To Know About

Fall and Winter are popular seasons to turn on the fireplace, but it’s important to understand your unique fireplace before you hit the on switch. Although there are various types of fireplaces, Canadians tend to use gas fireplaces because they are widely available across the country. Current gas fireplaces are built with energy efficiency and aesthetics in mind, but its important to know more about your gas fireplace than these basics. Gas fireplaces can use either natural gas or propane gas as

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Get a Fireplace this Fall

Get a Fireplace this Fall

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.

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Indoor Air Quality
Minimize indoor air pollution for a healthier & happier home this summer

Minimize indoor air pollution for a healthier & happier home this summer

Think that closing your windows and turning on the air conditioning will protect you from summer air pollutants? Think again.

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3 tips to make your house the freshest home in the neighbourhood this spring

3 tips to make your house the freshest home in the neighbourhood this spring

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!

Read more

Are you sweating or is it your walls? These are the top signs your home has a humidity problem

Are you sweating or is it your walls? These are the top signs your home has a humidity problem

On these hot June days, are you finding that your skin feels extra sticky or clammy when you are inside your home? Do your short, hot showers result in long-term fog conditions in your bathroom? Don’t ignore these symptoms – you just might have a humidity problem in your home.

Read more

Pre-Spring HVAC Maintenance and Cleaning Tips and Tricks

Pre-Spring HVAC Maintenance and Cleaning Tips and Tricks

Although the snowflakes keep deciding to show up here and there— there is good news. Spring is on it’s way! As a result, it’s the perfect time to start preparing your home to go from operating in the winter to welcoming warming weather (happily too, we may add)!

Read more

Indoor Air Quality During the Winter Months

Indoor Air Quality During the Winter Months

When the winter weather strikes, and we begin to crank the furnace to keep warm, there might be some noticeable changes to your indoor air quality. The air, as you may have noticed in the winter, is dry! That dry air affects your indoor air quality. It's great to turn the heat up during the winter months, but it can dry you out, literally! A great tool to ease that dryness is to start using a humidifier (or to break it out again). Here are some benefits that come with using a humidifier.

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Why You Need Ventilation in Your Bathroom

Why You Need Ventilation in Your Bathroom

The bathroom sees a fair amount of activity during the day. The obvious uses are of course using the toilet and taking a shower or bath. These two daily activities can be quite wearing on your bathroom walls and your home. A proper ventilation system will not only save your home’s structure, but it will help eliminate any excess gases in the air—of the humid and odorous type.  

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Home Air Quality and Fall Allergies in Mississauga

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.

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Does Your Home Need a Dehumidifier?

Does Your Home Need a Dehumidifier?

During the long Canadian winter, homeowners often forget just how humid the summer months can be. Not only does the weather outside become humid, but areas in your home may be prone to extra humidity as well.

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Combat Summer Indoor Air Pollutants

Combat Summer Indoor Air Pollutants

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

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

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?

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
This is what ‘vacation mode’ means for you and your hot water heater

This is what ‘vacation mode’ means for you and your hot water heater

Most conventional, power-vented water heater models will have a setting called ‘vacation mode’. Using this setting will allow you to have specific controls over how hot the water in your tank will get and when it will turn off and on.

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Water Heaters: Tank or no Tank?

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.

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The Benefits of Tankless Water Heaters

The Benefits of 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
Thermostat Tips and Tricks for the Winter

Thermostat Tips and Tricks for the Winter

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. 

Read more

This is how homes are getting smarter and more energy efficient all around the world

This is how homes are getting smarter and more energy efficient all around the world

Smart homes offer their inhabitants the convenience of interconnected systems, such as heating, cooling, security, lighting, and entertainment, which can be controlled through a single interface.

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Pre-Spring HVAC Maintenance and Cleaning Tips and Tricks

Pre-Spring HVAC Maintenance and Cleaning Tips and Tricks

Although the snowflakes keep deciding to show up here and there— there is good news. Spring is on it’s way! As a result, it’s the perfect time to start preparing your home to go from operating in the winter to welcoming warming weather (happily too, we may add)!

Read more

Home and Heating: Ideas for Saving This Fall

Home and Heating: Ideas for Saving This Fall

Southern Ontario sees a mix of temperatures during the Fall—everything from days in 20 degree range, to days just above the freezing mark. With the changes in the air temperatures and seasons, it’s important to keep your home energy efficient to mirror these changes, saving energy and money spent on HVAC and allowing you to enjoy your home comfortably. Let’s take a look at some ways you can save energy in your home through your HVAC this Fall.

Read more

Why Is My Furnace Blowing Cold Air?

Why Is My Furnace Blowing Cold Air?

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

Read more

What is a Smart Thermostat?

What is a Smart Thermostat?

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

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
Where is the warmth? Try these three trouble-shooting tips if your furnace won’t start this fall

Where is the warmth? Try these three trouble-shooting tips if your furnace won’t start this fall

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.

Read more

Nurturing innovation and service excellence through the Rosehaven Discovery Home build in Holland Landing

Nurturing innovation and service excellence through the Rosehaven Discovery Home build in Holland Landing

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.

Read more

[Insert warmth here] This is why a Gas Fireplace Insert could change your home this fall

[Insert warmth here] This is why a Gas Fireplace Insert could change your home this fall

Gas Fireplace Inserts are an awesome option for any homeowner interested in improving the heating efficiency and attractiveness of their interior living space.

Read more

Homeowners, this is your end-of-summer home maintenance checklist

Homeowners, this is your end-of-summer home maintenance checklist

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.

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Minimize indoor air pollution for a healthier & happier home this summer

Minimize indoor air pollution for a healthier & happier home this summer

Think that closing your windows and turning on the air conditioning will protect you from summer air pollutants? Think again.

Read more

Get the nitty-gritty details on how often you should replace your home’s air filter!

Get the nitty-gritty details on how often you should replace your home’s air filter!

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.

Read more

What’s that sound? Three problematic sounds to listen out for in your air conditioning unit

What’s that sound? Three problematic sounds to listen out for in your air conditioning unit

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.

Read more

Insulation and the building envelope: What it means for your heating and cooling needs

Insulation and the building envelope: What it means for your heating and cooling needs

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!

Read more

Case study: How the little things made a big impact for this Applewood client in Oakville, Ontario

Case study: How the little things made a big impact for this Applewood client in Oakville, Ontario

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.

Read more

Thinking of selling your home in Oakville? 3 things to consider first about your HVAC system

Thinking of selling your home in Oakville? 3 things to consider first about your HVAC system

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.

Read more

3 tips to make your house the freshest home in the neighbourhood this spring

3 tips to make your house the freshest home in the neighbourhood this spring

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!

Read more

Thermostat Tips and Tricks for the Winter

Thermostat Tips and Tricks for the Winter

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. 

Read more

Is Your Furnace Winter Ready?

Is Your Furnace Winter Ready?

When preparing for the winter weather there are some things you should check to ensure the furnace is set for success all winter long. The following is a basic checklist to make sure all things are a go! 

Read more

Hot Water Boiler Maintenance- Winter Checklist

Hot Water Boiler Maintenance- Winter Checklist

It is winter in Canada, which means we are here to make sure you and your home are fully prepared to stay warm this season. Today's Checklist is all about your hot water boiler. 

Read more

This is what ‘vacation mode’ means for you and your hot water heater

This is what ‘vacation mode’ means for you and your hot water heater

Most conventional, power-vented water heater models will have a setting called ‘vacation mode’. Using this setting will allow you to have specific controls over how hot the water in your tank will get and when it will turn off and on.

Read more

How an outdoor natural gas line can supercharge your backyard experience this summer

How an outdoor natural gas line can supercharge your backyard experience this summer

Homeowners will have natural gas lines installed at their homes to fuel appliances, hot water heaters, outdoor heaters, barbecues, and more. You, too, can enjoy all that a natural gas line has to offer – but safety should come first, and a professional installer should always be involved.

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Are you sweating or is it your walls? These are the top signs your home has a humidity problem

Are you sweating or is it your walls? These are the top signs your home has a humidity problem

On these hot June days, are you finding that your skin feels extra sticky or clammy when you are inside your home? Do your short, hot showers result in long-term fog conditions in your bathroom? Don’t ignore these symptoms – you just might have a humidity problem in your home.

Read more

Extend the life and improve performance of your HVAC system with preventative maintenance

Extend the life and improve performance of your HVAC system with preventative maintenance

Proper maintenance and regular check-ups of your HVAC system will allow you to save on the cost of replacing the equipment fully over the course of its projected lifecycle, as well as increase the efficiency of its performance.

Read more

Cut Down on Energy Loss with These Simple Duct Work Tips

Cut Down on Energy Loss with These Simple Duct Work Tips

Duct work is used to distribute conditioned air throughout a house, however, homes can lose air from a variety of reasons. For example, leaks, holes or poorly connected ducts. May not seem like a big deal, but it can result is much higher utility bills and can cause difficulties keeping all rooms in a home comfortable.

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Prepare Your Home Before Leaving on Vacation

Prepare Your Home Before Leaving on Vacation

Here in Canada, it is still ice cold, but many are lucky to get away for a little March Break or Winter Vacation to get that much need dose of sunshine! Here are some things to consider to make sure your house and HVAC system safe and sound while you are enjoying the time away from home.

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