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Repair or Replace Your Furnace?

It’s a question that we get a lot: is it better to repair or replace your furnace? The answer depends on a few factors. By the end of this article, you should be able to determine when you need to replace or repair your furnace. However, if you’re still not sure, schedule an appointment with one of our HVAC experts and they can help you decide.

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How to Improve Air Quality During Flu Season

In the summer, many of us open all the windows and doors to let the fresh air blow through our homes. This is an excellent way to naturally improve indoor air quality. However, it’s doubtful that you’d do this during the winter. But, winter in Canada is also cold and flu season, and high air quality is important for reducing transmission and infection from airborne illnesses. Fortunately, there are many things you can do to improve your indoor air quality during cold and flu season. Read what they are here.

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What Do These Abnormal Boiler Noises Mean?

Boilers always make a bit of noise, considering they’re mechanical pieces of technology. However, if your boiler’s making loud banging noises, gurgling noises, or anything other than the normal sound of it running, there’s most likely a problem. In this guide, you can find out what the different abnormal boiler noises mean and what to do about them.

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Protect Your Heating System with a Heating Protection Plan

Would you rather pay out of pocket for HVAC service and repairs as they come up, or know that, no matter what, you’re covered? The answer is obvious, so why don’t you have a Spring Home protection plan? There’s so much value and a whole lot of peace of mind in having a heating protection plan. In this article, you’ll learn all about our Protection Plans.

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8 Ways NOT to Use Your Heat Pump

We spend most of our time teaching you how to use your heat pump and other HVAC systems. But, it’s equally important to know what not to do with your home heating systems. Learning how not to use your heating system can extend its life and improve energy efficiency and home comfort. That’s why this article explains all the ways NOT to use your heat pump.

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Tips To Protect Your Boiler in the Winter

When your heating system is working well, you probably just forget about it. But, that could prove to be an expensive mistake. While many people take the time to get their boiler or furnace ready for winter, when the cold weather hits, they don’t give it another thought. That is until it stops working one frigid day. It’s so important to keep your boiler maintained and protected all year round, especially during the cold winter months.

If you don’t know what you should be doing, take a look at our tips to protect your boiler in the winter.

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Why is My Heating System Blowing Cold Air?

It can be alarming when your heat suddenly cuts out or your HVAC system starts blowing cold air, especially in the middle of winter in Canada. While it is concerning, it’s a fairly common problem. Whether it’s a heat pump or furnace, here’s what you need to know about your heating system blowing cold air.

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The Benefits of a Boiler for a Home Heating System

When considering new heating systems, some homeowners might be quick to dismiss a boiler for a home heating system. While it’s true that boilers are among the oldest types of heaters, they’re still widely used around the world. Sure, they operate on a simple principle, but there are many benefits of a boiler heating system. Plus, there’s new models and technological advances being released regularly. 

So, if you’re weighing your options for a new home heating system, don’t rule out boilers just yet.

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Benefits of Radiant In-Floor Heating in Toronto

What better way is there to make a home feel cozy and warm than heated floors? Not only is it an efficient way to heat your home, but heated floors provide a level of comfort and luxury that just can’t be beat – especially in the cold Toronto winter. Aside from this, there are many other benefits of radiant in-floor heating.

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What Are the Different Types of Heat Pumps?

In a recent article, we talked about the efficiency of heat pumps. But did you know that there are several different types of heat pumps? There are air-source, ground source, air-to-water, ducted and ductless heat pumps. We’ll give you a rundown of these various types of heat pumps here.

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