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8 Safe Ways to Hide Your Outside AC Unit

The perks of central air conditioning can’t be denied during a heat spell. But when it’s time to go outside and enjoy the sunshine, that unsightly AC condenser might be killing your vibes. Your outdoor AC unit is essential for keeping your home cool, but it doesn’t need to be in plain view. Here are […]

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How to Insulate Your HVAC Ductwork

Ductwork is a series of interconnected corridors distributing air from your HVAC system to different areas of your home. For your ductwork to function as efficiently as possible, it’s important to ensure it’s insulated.. Here we’ll explore the benefits of insulating your ducts, the best materials to use, and offer a step-by-step guide on how […]

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Is Duct Cleaning Worth It?

You can’t see them and probably rarely think about ducts, but these airways are essential to your home comfort. And just like the rest of your home, ducts need to be cleaned every once and a while. Is duct cleaning worth it? Yes. In this article, we’ll discuss why the occasional duct cleaning is great […]

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5 Ways to Make Your Air Conditioner Last Longer

Alberta is no exception to the global heat trend! This means installing, and enjoying, central air conditioning at home has never been more rewarding. Getting the most out of your HVAC investment requires some TLC and some consistent habits that will help your air conditioner run its best. These tips will also help your AC […]

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10 Tips to Cool Off Your Home for Summer

You’ve waited all winter for this…a nice, relaxing summer. But all of a sudden, Alberta is seeing record temperature highs again! When it gets too hot, you need to take action to keep your home comfortable. Here are 10 tips to help cool off your home during those heat spells in Alberta. These summer tips […]

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What is SEER Rating?

Seasonal Energy Efficiency Rating. The extra “rating” is redundant. But this acronym tells you just how awesome an air conditioner is at cooling your home. The amount of money you spend on energy bills during the cooling season might be different from your neighbours. Even if you set the same indoor temperature. That’s because air […]

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Should I Get Central AC in Alberta?

When you think of air conditioning, you might be imagining the bulky units sitting on your neighbour’s window. But did you know there’s a less intrusive and more efficient way to cool your home? It’s called central air conditioning, and central AC is quickly gaining popularity here in Alberta. We always seem to be taken […]

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Must-Do’s Before Turning on Your AC After Winter

It’s almost popsicle season! Part of enjoying summer is all about soaking up the sun…except when you need some relief from the heat. If you’re lucky enough to have in-home air conditioning, this part should be easy. But rolling out of the winter isn’t as simple as just turning on the magic “cool” button once […]

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Why Doesn’t My AC Work?

We’ve all been there, tossing and turning during the hottest summer nights and everything you do to cool off isn’t working. This feeling of restlessness can only be amplified when your AC doesn’t work. If you’re continuously turning down your thermostat to cool down your air space and nothing is happening, it’s time to call […]

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5 Signs You Should Clean Your Air Ducts

If you’ve owned a car or any major appliance, you know that maintenance is necessary to keep it running its best. The same can be said for your home’s heating and cooling systems. This is why keeping your air ducts free and clear of debris and dust is an important part of maintaining the HVAC […]

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