Monday, 28 July 2014

Choosing a Cool HVAC company

Whether you’re building a new home or renovating it, your heating, ventilation, and air-conditioning requirements will need to be handled by one of the qualified HVAC companies in Toronto. The trick now is to find it. Here are some questions to ask the prospects:
Are they experienced?

Have they been in business for long? Companies like Laird & Son have been operating for more than 60 years, so there’s no questioning their experience. Find out who their customers are and ask about the company’s quality of service to help your decision-making process along.

Monday, 21 July 2014

Maintenance Tips for Air Conditioners

As the country enjoys the summer season, some Toronto locals may want to consider regular maintenance of their air conditioning systems. After all, they will almost certainly see frequent use and it’s only fair to give them the tender loving care they deserve. Here are some tips to ensure their good condition:

Monday, 14 July 2014

Perusing and Picking Your New Heater

When you are in the market for a new water heater to replace a tank-based model, some home improvement experts might recommend hooking you up with a tankless version. Tankless water heaters do have their strong points, but what matters the most is you learning enough to make the call on setting one up at home.

Monday, 7 July 2014

Not Lighting up When You Need It

Gas furnaces have a complicated bevy of parts, with the igniter one of the most important of all. Your furnace may either have a manual or electronic igniter, but what if neither of them are working? A furnace repair specialist may have to be called in to fix it.

Tuesday, 1 July 2014

Forced Air Gas Furnace Service in Toronto Keeps the Danger of CO Away

"CO Spread The venting systems of forced air gas furnaces are designed to divert CO and prevent it from being released into the home. However, improperly installed fans can lead it to happen. Thus, residents are advised to have their fuel-powered heating appliances inspected at least annually. If there’s a need for furnace installation in Toronto to replace failed units, the job must be performed by licensed and experienced contractors. CO Exposure It’s difficult for residents to tell if they’ve been exposed to CO or not because this gas is odourless. However, signs of CO poisoning are flu-like symptoms, headaches, dizziness, nausea, vomiting, breathing difficulties, and mental confusion. An extreme case of CO poisoning can lead to coma, convulsions, and far worse."