A lot of people hold off their doctor’s appointment only because they dread what the doctor might find out during the examination. This kind of scenario is very similar to home furnace repairs when a contractor is scheduled to do a minor renovation only to find out that there is more to the job than the homeowner originally thought. For instance, a simple project of changing carpets turns out to be a rigorous repair of the damaged sub-floor that was discovered when the carpet was ripped out. Unfortunately, this could also happen during the installation of one of your most expensive appliances in the home – your furnace. There is so much more to having a heating … read full article
Are you handy when it comes to carpentry and other home repairs, but doubting your ability to work on your home HVAC system? It is perfectly acceptable. A heating system installation is a highly technical job, and the outcome should be able to meet safety standards. It is why it’s crucial to hire the best heating contractor to do the job right.
Finding the best heating contractor is as important as choosing the ideal unit for your home. If the contractor installs the heating system incorrectly, or recommends the wrong size unit, your heating unit will cost you greatly in maintenance and energy costs.
So that you can make the right choice and not deal with many heating issues soon … read full article
By nature, furnace emergencies come unannounced. The most severe emergencies are those that offer no precursors to their occurrence. They simply occur, leaving devastation, inconvenience and exposure to a plethora of risk in their wake. This can be said of HVAC emergencies. To reduce the effects that come with HVAC emergencies, you need to be financially prepared, which as per the reports, many Canadians are not.
To better understand things, consider this; 25% of Canadian household do not have any saving for such emergencies. This means that they do not have any means to meet any repairs warranted by the damage to the HVAC system. Additionally, of the 75% of households that do save for such emergencies, about half … read full article