Have you noticed water pooling around your ductless mini-split AC? Are you wondering why your mini-split system is leaking? There can be several reasons why this is happening. In this article, we explore the common culprits that might be causing your mini-split to leak.
If you need to replace your old or failing AC or install a new one, consider a two-stage system. They’re efficient and can provide improved cooling and comfort. There are reasons to consider installing a two-stage system rather than a single-stage unit. Read on to find out what they are and how you could benefit from one!
When it comes to investing in a new cooling system for your home, the big upfront cost can be concerning. With rising energy costs and the need for efficient cooling solutions, we understand the importance of making informed decisions that align with your budget. In this blog, we will share strategies to help Canadians like you save money when buying a new cooling system.
While many people rely on the comfort their AC provides, it can be expensive. So, we put together this list of 7 ways you can save money on your AC bills this summer.
As the summer heat arrives, our reliance on our HVAC systems increases. However, constant usage can put a great deal of strain on these systems. This results in more wear and tear, leading to inefficiency, higher energy bills, and potential breakdowns. To ensure your HVAC system performs optimally during the summer, it’s crucial to take preventive measures and adopt energy-saving practices. In this article, we bring you some tips to reduce the strain on your HVAC system and help your AC, so you can beat the heat without compromising on comfort or efficiency.
Have you heard about the new regulations surrounding the energy efficiency of air conditioners? Well, if you’re planning to buy a new AC anytime soon, it’s time to read up about what they mean. In short, energy regulatory boards have introduced a new energy efficiency rating system. It’s stricter and aims for higher efficiency of air conditioning systems. The new rating system is SEER2, and you can learn all about it here.
Whether you have allergies, pets, breathing complications like asthma, or just want the best breathing air possible, indoor air quality is important to you. Recognizing the value of quality indoor air is a very important first step, next is taking action. The best way to improve your indoor air quality is to invest in annual HVAC maintenance. Here’s what you should know. Continue reading
One of the most common telltale signs that your air conditioner is in need of repair, maintenance, or even replacement is the presence of a funny, musty, or dirty smell. If you’ve noticed a funky scent coming from your AC recently, don’t panic. Sometimes, a funky smell from your air conditioner can be remedied without professional intervention. If your air conditioner is releasing a musty smell, here are some of the common causes and what you should do to remedy the situation. Continue reading
It happens all the time: a home with a perfectly good central air conditioner still has some warm spots throughout the house, specifically, on the second floor or the attic. Why is this and why is it so common? How do you prevent warm spots in the home throughout the summer? Fortunately, supplemental attic and second-floor cooling is a great option for those tricky-to-cool rooms. Here’s what you need to know. Continue reading
If you’re in the middle of a hot summer in the Greater Toronto Area and you find that your air conditioner isn’t working properly, your first instinct may be to call for service. And while it’s always a good idea to have the experts take a look at your air conditioner, you may want to try a few quick tricks to make sure your air conditioner is actually in disrepair and not just turned off or clogged. If you notice that your air conditioner is on the fritz, before calling the experts for repair, first try these simple AC troubleshooting tips. Continue reading