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10 11, 2020

5 Tips to Save Money on Home Heating Costs

2020-10-27T19:50:59+00:00November 10th, 2020|

Ottawa home heating bills tend to go through the roof in the harsh winter months. With average temperatures well below 0℃, there’s not much you can do but keep your home as warm as possible – regardless of the bill at the end of the month. However, there are a [...]

10 10, 2020

What is Forced-Air Heating? Is It Right for Your Home?

2020-10-07T12:45:09+00:00October 10th, 2020|

In Ottawa and all across Canada, people are looking for the best, energy-efficient, and eco-friendly ways to heat their homes at the most affordable prices. The average household in North America spends a lot on heating alone, almost $1,200 annually. Here in Ottawa, thanks to our notoriously long, cold, harsh [...]

10 08, 2020

Ottawa HVAC: Too Hot, Too Cold – How to Get the Temp Just Right

2020-11-11T21:02:10+00:00August 10th, 2020|

It’s the Goldilocks phenomenon of home heating and air conditioning. One part of the house is too warm, while another room is too cold. Whether you’re heating your house in the cold, harsh Ottawa winter or running air conditioning in Ottawa’s hot, humid summertime, finding the right balance in your [...]

18 03, 2020

High Efficiency Furnaces: Investment with Returns

2020-11-11T20:46:20+00:00March 18th, 2020|

When heating our homes during the winter months, there’s a balancing act many of us struggle with: keeping our family warm vs. saving money where possible. If you’ve found yourself shaking your head at gas and hydro bills, wondering how you could make things better, you’re not alone. Many people [...]

28 01, 2020

How Do I Buy a Furnace or Air Conditioner in Ottawa?

2020-11-11T20:50:01+00:00January 28th, 2020|

A good furnace in Ottawa is a must, with our hearty winter conditions stretching up to six months or more of heating. And with our humid summers, Ottawa air conditioners are pretty much a necessity nowadays. "How do I buy a furnace or air conditioner in Ottawa?" That's a question [...]