Are Annual Furnace Inspections Necessary?

January 11, 2020

Some homeowners wonder if it is really necessary to have their furnace inspected once a year by an HVAC specialist. They may think they can do annual inspections themselves to save a little money. There are a few good reasons to make an appointment each year with your HVAC company. Your Warranty May Require It Furnace manufacturers put legal language in their documents stating that damage caused by improper maintenance is not covered. To avoid having the warranty voided, professional maintenance should be done. Some HVAC specialists say that you can have a newer furnace serviced every other year, while...

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How Clean Is Your Indoor Air?

December 20, 2019

For over 25 years, has been providing indoor air quality services to the residents of the Windsor/Essex County area. You may think about us primarily as the people you call when you have an issue with your heating or cooling system. However, homeowners are starting to ask if we can help improve their indoor air quality, as well. If the air inside your home is not clean, it can have serious effects on your health. Common Indoor Air Impurities Irritants and impurities come in different shapes and sizes. The largest particles are the types you can see floating in the...

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Furnace Tips for the Holidays

December 10, 2019

The holidays in and around Windsor are typically filled with family gatherings, comfy nights on the couch and frigid weather. The climate inside your home will dictate your comfort level throughout these months. A reliable, well-maintained furnace is a must to beat back the cold of the holiday season and to create a warm, inviting atmosphere for holiday guests. The following is a rundown of some ways you can create the optimal climate in your home throughout the holidays. Stay Up on General Maintenance In addition to hiring a licensed HVAC technician, like in Windsor, to provide you with a...

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What To Do If My Furnace Keeps Turning Off

November 21, 2019

Furnace malfunctions are a common problem in the wintertime, especially with an older unit. If your furnace is turning on and off every few minutes, this is an issue called “short cycling.” While it’s normal for furnaces to turn on and off throughout the hour, short cycling happens much more often than normal function requires. Be sure to address this malfunction right away to avoid higher energy bills as well as damage to the furnace. However, you may want to know the potential causes of short cycling. Here’s what to look for. Your Furnace Has Poor Airflow The culprit for...

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Why Is My Furnace Making a Loud Noise?

November 11, 2019

Your home’s furnace is going to make some noise when it’s operating. You can expect a dull roar as the burners light up and the fan pushes warm air through the ducts. However, if you start hearing sounds that seem to be out of the ordinary, that’s when it’s time to bring in heating and cooling professionals from to inspect, diagnose and address the issue. The following are some fairly common furnace sounds that should be cause for alarm. A Booming Sound Coming From Your Air Ducts If your air ducts are weak, damaged or too small, they can make...

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Signs You’re Overworking Your Furnace

October 21, 2019

When the temperatures start to drop, you want to rely on your furnace to keep you warm. However, you don’t want to overwork your unit. You can take the right steps to keep your furnace operating efficiently during the winter season. Here are a few signs that you may be overworking your furnace. You Have to Keep Adjusting the Temperature Are you constantly running to the thermostat? While you might have to adjust the temperature, you should not be doing so on a regular basis. Your furnace needs to run in balanced heating cycles to heat your home. When you...

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Thermostat Best Practices for Fall

October 1, 2019

In Windsor, we’re looking forward to the change of seasons, but is your thermostat ready? While that might sound like a funny question, it’s something that could save you on energy usage and extend the life of your heating system. We’ve taken a moment to provide you with some best practices that you can put into play this fall. Upgrade Your Thermostat If you’re still using an older dial thermostat, you’ll want to consider upgrading to a unit that allows for programming. Some units are designed to be used with Wi-Fi and can be adjusted even away from home. You’ll...

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Are Furnaces Good for Your Health?

September 25, 2019

If you’re in the market for a new heating system or just want to read up on the latest trends in home comfort systems, is happy to help. Forced air furnaces are regaining popularity due to their reported health benefits. With a forced-air furnace, you could condition the air in your home better. This is especially beneficial for those with seasonal allergies, asthma, pet allergies, children, and seniors. Another health benefit is that many of the current furnace models are equipped with humidification systems. If a model doesn’t have this technology, you’ll be able to use a whole-home humidifier that...

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What to Do Before Turning on Your Furnace

September 14, 2019

Winter is right around the corner, so it’s time to make sure your furnace is up for the task of keeping your home warm during the cold weather. After all, Windsor, ON, isn’t known for its balmy winters. Before you turn on your furnace for the first time, there are a few things you should do to make sure it’s in peak condition. Our knowledgeable technicians at recommend taking these three steps: 1. Change the Air Filter Every furnace relies on an air filter to screen dust, dirt, and other yucky particles out of the air. Not only does the...

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New Home AC System: Your Checklist

August 20, 2019

When you buy a new home, you’re also purchasing everything in it. This includes the heating and cooling system. Although it may not be at the top of your new home checklist, the HVAC system affects everything from your energy bills to your comfort. At , we want to share exactly what you should look for in a new home AC system. Check the AC’s Age The air conditioner in your new home won’t last forever. It will eventually need to be replaced once it reaches the end of its lifespan. Most air conditioners are reliable until around 10 years...

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