What Should You Do If Your Central A/C Unit Is Flooded?


In many parts of Canada, flooding is a surprisingly common occurrence that often has a tremendous impact on livelihoods and property. In the aftermath of a flood, chances are you're focused on salvaging and even resurrecting certain appliances and equipment, including your central air conditioning unit. Here's some advice on how you can figure out whether your central A/C system can be repaired or if it requires replacement. Can It Be Repaired?

1 September 2015

Swamp Coolers VS Central Air Conditioning


Swamp coolers and central air conditioning are both potentially great ways to keep your home cool during the hottest months of the summer time.  However, you shouldn't think that central air condition and swamp coolers are created equally. Just because they are both cooling solutions does not mean that they are in any way the same. In fact, they almost couldn't be more different from one another. What Both Central Air and Swamp Coolers Should Do

5 January 2015

Stop Heat Loss In Your Home: How To Keep Drafty Rooms In Your House Warm And Toasty


If every room in your home receives the same amount of heat from your furnace, you may feel more comfortable this winter season. But if one or more rooms lack enough warmth, you may want to check the rooms' vents and windows for problems prior to calling in the experts. Here are some tips you can use to keep every drafty room in your house warm and toasty this cold season.

2 October 2014

4 Considerations For Creating Your Ideal Fireplace


When you think about your home's climate control system, don't forget the fireplace. This staple of the American living room or den has brought a sense of cheer, romance, and of course warmth to countless occupants. If you plan to redecorate or renovate your living area, think about giving your fireplace a more active role in the overall look and feel of the place. Here are four points to consider along the way.

5 August 2014