Month: July 2014

Taming the Weather in Toronto

Toronto has often been touted as a wonderful city to live in. Known for its warm springs and summers, friendly falls, and pleasant winters, Toronto has a vibrant lifestyle and mood that would make any family live happily ever after.

Temperature’s rising

The month of July is well into Toronto’s summer season, which ends in September. Temperatures can go as high as 35 degrees Celsius (95 degrees Fahrenheit). This would be the best time to arrange an air conditioner installation by Toronto HVAC experts and make sure existing ones are operating at peak efficiency. (more…)


A Look at Ductless Air Conditioners

The installation of a heating, ventilating, and air conditioning (HVAC) system in a home often involves laying out and sizing up the duct system or ductwork. This consists of a series of tubes which help distribute heated or cooled air from the HVAC throughout the home. However, there is a way to cool a home without necessarily having to lay out the complicated ductwork, and that’s through ductless air conditioners. (more…)

Common Air Conditioning Problems During the Summer

It’s during summer when you will truly appreciate owning an air conditioner in Toronto. Unfortunately, the time you are inclined to use your air conditioner the most is also the time when the unit is likely to encounter problems. As such, here are two of the more common problems that air conditioners will encounter during the summer: (more…)

Understanding and Manipulating a Blower’s Wiring

Blowers are meant to circulate either cooling or heating loads all over the house’s ductwork. However, when the blower itself is the problem, things will warrant immediate repair or replacement options, and part of that will require looking into the motor wiring. A professional emergency furnace repair technician may help you with the problem. (more…)

Forced Air Gas Furnace Service in Toronto Keeps the Danger of CO Away

“CO Spread

The venting systems of forced air gas furnaces are designed to divert CO and prevent it from being released into the home. However, improperly installed fans can lead it to happen. Thus, residents are advised to have their fuel-powered heating appliances inspected at least annually. If there’s a need for furnace installation in Toronto to replace failed units, the job must be performed by licensed and experienced contractors.

CO Exposure

It’s difficult for residents to tell if they’ve been exposed to CO or not because this gas is odourless. However, signs of CO poisoning are flu-like symptoms, headaches, dizziness, nausea, vomiting, breathing difficulties, and mental confusion. An extreme case of CO poisoning can lead to coma, convulsions, and far worse.”