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Top-Notch HVAC Companies in Toronto Help Prepare Your Home for Winter

The 2013-2014 winter season was a chilling reminder (pun intended) of the need for reliable home heating systems. At the time, temperatures dropped to as low as -30 degrees, with some cities like Toronto even breaking records by experiencing the coldest winter in 20 years. Fortunately, Canadians can expect a generally milder and more comfortable …

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Prevent Any Air Conditioning Mishaps Call a Toronto AC Repair Company

A May 24, 2014 Bluefield Daily Telegraph article reports on an event that may have kept students of a certain high school from focusing on their lessons: Classrooms are using fans to stay cool while maintenance workers wait for a part needed to restore the air conditioning at Montcalm High School. The school’s air conditioning …

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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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Warning Signs It’s Time to Replace Forced Air Furnaces in Toronto

Household equipment like furnaces and water heaters help keep a comfortable home. However, homeowners should be aware that these units need tender loving care for them to function safely and efficiently. MoneySense.ca writer Romana King offers some useful suggestions on maintaining heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) units. There are a few other practical maintenance …

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

Majority of Canadians prefer to use a forced air gas furnace to heat their homes because of the significant advantages they offer. The DoItYourself.com staff gives a rundown of two of the unit’s significant benefits. 1 – Efficiency A forced air gas furnace is a highly efficient means of heating up your home. These devices …

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Trusted HVAC Company Installs Ductless Air Conditioner in Toronto

Toronto, Ontario (June 10, 2014) – Laird and Son Heating & Conditioning, a trusted HVAC company, has been in the business of regularly servicing, maintaining, repairing and installing ductless air conditioner in Toronto for over a decade. The family-owned company has recognized early on the potential of ductless technology as a possible replacement for traditional …

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One of the Top HVAC Companies in Toronto Gives Energy-Saving Solutions

Toronto, Ontario (June 10, 2014) – Laird and Son Heating & Conditioning, one of the top HVAC companies in Toronto, graces the most recent feature in Newswire to give North American families advice on achieving energy efficiency for their appliances . Operations Manager Kim Laird-Hurst tells homeowners that they can preserve energy and save money …

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