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Is Your Furnace Operating Safely?

When it comes to your safety and the safety of the people in your household, you shouldn’t take any risks. Natural gas heating equipment could run into problems that allow gas or carbon monoxide to leak into your home.

Understanding AFUE Ratings and New Heating Installation

When you are in the market for a new heating system, it can be tough to understand all of your options. You may have an idea of what type of heating system you want (furnace or boiler are the two common options). But there are also all of these numbers and sizing requirements to deal with that can be difficult for an amateur to interpret.

Common Problems with In-Floor Radiant Heating

Radiant floor heating has become very popular with homeowners for some obvious reasons. Not only is it a gentle heat, it’s also very nice to have warm, toasty floors in your home. There can be some concerns when it comes to radiant floor heating repairs due to the outlets…

The Steps of a Furnace Tune Up

When your furnace was brand new, it was at peak efficiency, heating your home as quickly as possible and using little energy to do so. Over time, however, the parts begin to wear down and you may notice less than satisfactory heating or higher energy bills.

How Does In-Floor Heating Work?

In Europe, one of the most popular forms of warming a home is in-floor heating, also known as radiant floor heating. Now North America is starting to discover the many advantages of this method of heating, and radiant systems are on the rise in Canada and the U.S. We definitely think you should consider an in-floor heating system for your next heater installation: they provide a high level of comfort combined with tremendous energy efficiency and almost silent operation.