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Should You Buy a Tankless Water Heater? Toronto Pros Make the Case

When tankless water heaters were initially introduced into the market, their manufacturers listed the benefits designed to entice consumers to make the switch. On paper, tankless water heaters seemed to be a good option. This water heating system was marketed as an energy-efficient option that can help answer the needs of a household at just …

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Air Conditioning Efficiency In Toronto Has Many Variables

The winter is a good enough time to consider your residential air conditioning needs. Even though technology has evolved tremendously over the years, no conclusive method has been invented yet to test the absolute efficiency of air conditioners. You can only test the efficiency of an air conditioner system through installing it with all its …

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Home Prep And HVAC Repairs Done Before The Deep Freeze

People living in Southern Ontario experienced fierce winter weather last weekend. Unfortunately, this severe winter climate with freezing temperatures and snow is expected to continue until the end of the month, and bring out-of-season chilling temperatures. The coldest days could reach below -20 C. Environment Canada also gave a winter weather advisory and it could …

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Furnace Repair in Toronto is a Step Closer to a More Comfortable Home

Everyone wants to live in a beautiful home. However, a May 27, 2014 article on The Hamilton Spectator emphasises the importance of a well-maintained home over any beautification project: While many homeowners have big dreams of beautifying their spaces, handyman Mike Holmes wants them to also think of the less glamorous side of property upkeep: …

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A Guide to Energy-efficient Toronto Heating and Air Conditioning Units

Heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) systems are essential to Ontario households. However, household heads should be financially prepared for the rising costs associated with the use of such units. Financial Post writer Parker Gallant delves into the significant increase of electricity rates over the years. Fast forward 11 years. Today, Ontario electricity costs average …

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