Do us a favour: take a second to breathe in and breathe out. Did you notice any odd smells or tastes? Or do you see tiny particles floating in the air as they pass through sunlight? If you do, you may be interested in improving your indoor air quality (IAQ). A lot of us don’t […]READ MORE
No online advice or how-to guide will ever replace a Home Comfort Advisor in your home answering your questions in person. We do want to make sure our most asked questions are accessible to our customers at any time of the day (or night in some cases). The purpose of this blog is to provide useful information that allows you to troubleshoot issues you may have with your home's Heating and Air Conditioning. Each article is written by our trained HVAC professionals so you can be assured it is accurate and useful.
We spend 90% of our time inside, so it’s no surprise that our home’s air quality can have an impact on our health. Contaminants like mould, dust, and pet dander can cause a variety of symptoms, including allergies. The best ways to keep your home’s air healthy is to clean regularly, improve ventilation, eliminate mould, […]READ MORE
Alongside the many negative factors of winter comes low humidity. As humans, we require a certain level of humidity to be comfortable. A lack of humidity can dry out our skin and mucous membranes, leading to a variety of different health effects. Low humidity can also have its toll on our homes by drying out […]READ MORE
The digital wave of performance, convenience, and cost savings that is redefining many aspects of our lives is also taking the HVAC industry along for the ride. While what we do (as HVAC professionals) more or less comes down to how we circulate heated or cooled air throughout our customer’s homes, how we do those […]READ MORE
Like most homeowners, you likely already understand the importance of regular duct cleanings. Keeping your ducts clean can improve your home’s air quality and may help safeguard your respiratory health. Dirty duct filters can also hinder airflow, which can cause your furnace to overheat and even catch fire. Like most homeowners, you likely already understand […]READ MORE