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Ductless Mini-Split Tips

Tips To Keep Your Ductless Mini-Split Running Smoothly

Over the past decade or so, ductless mini-splits have become increasingly more popular in Markham THE GTA homes as both the main form of air conditioning for family homes as well as a great provider of supplemental cooling alongside a home’s central air. If you have invested in a ductless mini-split, of course, you want it to live a long and productive life. Here are some of our expert tips on how to keep your ductless mini-split running smoothly. Continue reading

Ductless AC FAQs

Ductless AC FAQs

If you’re in the market for a new air conditioner–especially if your home doesn’t have preexisting ductwork–you may have heard of ductless air conditioners as a viable alternative to central air conditioning. While great systems, ductless air conditioners are not as well-known or as commonly understood as central air conditioning, which leads many homeowners to have questions about what exactly they are and how they work. Here are our answers to our customers’ ductless AC FAQs. Continue reading

Air Conditioning Without Ductwork

Air Conditioning Options for Toronto Homes Without Ductwork

One of the reasons that so many homeowners are drawn to Markham is because of its variety of both older and newer homes. Regardless of if you want a brand new build or a home with a little bit of history, you can find it in Markham. One issue with both newer, and older builds, however, is the lack of ductwork to install central air conditioning. If this is the case in your home, don’t fret, you can still beat the heat this summer with Spring Home’s air conditioning options for homes without ductwork.

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Save New AC

Save Money On A New AC This Spring

Purchasing a new air conditioner for your home can be costly, but there are times when you can’t avoid spending the money. If your current air conditioner is on its last legs, costing you in energy bills, or providing inadequate home cooling, then it might be time to bite the bullet and replace it. If you’re in the market for a new air conditioner, don’t worry, you don’t have to break the bank for home comfort this summer, there are several great ways to save money on a new AC this spring. Continue reading

Air Conditioner Last Long

How Long Does An Air Conditioner Last

Purchasing a new air conditioner for your home can be a large investment. It’s only natural that homeowners want to get the most out of their AC before it’s time to replace it once again down the road. If you’re interested in learning more about the average lifespan of an air conditioner and how to make yours last as long as possible, here’s what you need to know. Continue reading

Are Ductless Air Conditioners Better Than Window Air Conditioners?

Purchasing an air conditioner can be a large investment; this leads Canadian homeowners to understandably seek out alternative options that may save them some money on their purchase. If you don’t have ductwork in your home or you’re interested in supplemental cooling, you may be tempted to purchase one or two window air conditioners to save money, after all, are ductless air conditioners really better than window air conditioners? Here’s what you need to know. Continue reading

Turn Off My AC

Should I Turn Off My AC When I Leave The House?

It’s no secret that Southern Canadian summers can become extremely hot and it can be costly to keep your home cool. Many Canadian homeowners run their air conditioning throughout the entire summer to keep them comfortable while they’re at home, but what about when they’re out of the house at work or school? This leads some of our customers to ask questions like “why am I cooling my home when no one is in it?” and “should I turn off my AC when I leave the house?”. These are all valid questions from homeowners who are sick of high energy bills in the summer. Here’s what you need to know. Continue reading

Replace Air Conditioner Spring

Why You Should Replace Your Air Conditioner In Spring

A new air conditioner is a huge investment for most Canadian households. This leads many homeowners to wait to replace their air conditioner until it’s absolutely necessary. While this can be understandable, one of the best ways to shop smart and save money when replacing your air conditioner is to choose to replace it in the spring, before the summer (and the harsh heat) begins. Continue reading

Home Comfort Efficiency

Balancing Home Comfort And Efficiency

In a perfect world, it would be free to keep our homes perfectly comfortable all year long. Unfortunately, in reality as homeowners, we must balance comfort and efficiency to ensure that our homes are at comfortable temperatures and humidity levels and we’re not paying too much every month to maintain them. Luckily, at Spring Home our experts have some great tips on how to balance home comfort and efficiency for the best possible home comfort for the best possible price! Continue reading

Canada Greener Homes Grant

Save On Heat Pumps With The Canada Greener Homes Grant

If you’re interested in helping to reduce your carbon footprint by making your home more energy-efficient, you’ve probably heard of heat pumps. A heat pump can be a great investment, saving you money in the long term, however, its initial cost can deter homeowners from making the purchase. Now is the time to invest in a heat pump for your home through the Canada Greener Homes Grant, allowing you to be eligible for a rebate of up to $5,000 when you choose to invest in energy-efficient retrofits for your home. Continue reading