If your family is like so many others east of Toronto, you’ve noticed some kinks in your heating and cooling system with the crazy temperature swings the region is experiencing. You turn down the furnace and some areas in the house are noticeably warmer than others. You expect your entire home to be comfortable, but over time … Continue reading How to Keep the Temperature Even Through Your House
Get your furnace ready for this cold! We’re now in the throes of full winter and many families are cranking up the furnace for the first time in several months. Before you get too far into the winter it’s worth asking whether your furnace is ready to handle the heavy workload ahead. Your heat might be … Continue reading 5 Quick Ways to Get Your Furnace Ready for the Cold
If you want to see the exact price of the maintenance package you want, scroll down and click on either of the images in this post. You can also click here to see exactly what we do during a furnace maintenance visit, or click here to see how an air conditioner maintenance visit goes down. Maintenance … Continue reading How Much Do Furnace Maintenance Contracts Cost? AC Maintenance Contracts?
Furnaces are the most common of all home heating systems, and they operate off a basic principle: the furnace burns fuel to raise the temperature of air inside its cabinet, and a blower fan then sends the heated air through conduits to vents where it spreads out into living spaces.
Of the many ways to heat a home in Bowmanville, forced air systems are the simplest in function and the easiest to maintain. They are so simple, in fact, it is easy to forget they need attention at all, but there are dangers to not changing your furnace filter on time…
When it comes to heating equipment maintenance and repairs for your Caesarea home, it does not pay to procrastinate. The longer you put off the maintenance, the higher the probability that your heating system will break down…
Being cold in the winter is normal in Uxbridge– as long as you are outside. But you shouldn’t be cold inside your own home. If that happens, the first place to look to is your furnace, which may not be working correctly.