While heat pumps are known for their long lifespan, they do have an average life expectancy, just like any other HVAC system. If you’re considering investing in a heat pump for your home, it’s good to know how long they typically last and what you can do as a homeowner to help it last as long as possible.
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.
In the battle against climate change, finding sustainable solutions is crucial. One such solution is the use of heat pumps. These innovative heating and cooling systems offer numerous benefits, not only in terms of energy efficiency but also in reducing greenhouse gas emissions. That’s why heat pumps have emerged as a key player in the fight against climate change. In this article, we will explore how heat pumps can help combat climate change and contribute to a more sustainable future.
Over the past few years, many Toronto homes have opted to forego their traditional furnace and central air conditioner in favour of a heat pump. There are several benefits to owning a heat pump, and with one system for both heating and cooling, there’s no wonder why it’s so popular. If you’re thinking about making the switch to a heat pump for your Toronto home, now is the time to take advantage of the available grants to get the best price! 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
Over the past decade or so, ductless mini-splits have become increasingly more popular in Markham 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
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
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.
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