All Blog Posts Tagged 'conditioning' (10)

Top tips for maintaining an evaporative cooler

Evaporative coolers, also known as swamp coolers have become a top choice for anyone looking for an alternative cooling solution from their home or office. In the past, evap cooler technology was limited for use in large operations that have easy access to exterior air such as factories.

The…

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Added by Kobus Niemand on May 4, 2017 at 6:30am — No Comments

A perfect Guide to Home Reroofing

It all starts with a roof. You want to choose a roof that lasts long, improves your home’s efficiency and comfort and reduces the heat effect. Roofs are the biggest challenge for the heating and cooling system of any home. A poorly insulated roof will require more air conditioning in the summer and more heating in the winter. So while re-roofing a residence, it’s advised to do things as sustainably as possible. You can acquire construction roofing services of any contractor, but it’s good to…

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Added by Crosbey Archery on September 16, 2016 at 6:30am — 2 Comments

Setting up Your HVAC for Fall Maintenance

Summer is slowing down, you feel the first chill noticeable all around even your sky hd box causing problems & all you wish is to see a sky customer support guy. It helps us to remember a great deal of things: leaves, the occasions/events, all things pumpkin, yet what you ought to likewise put on that rundown is your fall upkeep on your warmer! After a long summer, your…

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Added by Crosbey Archery on November 4, 2015 at 1:00am — No Comments

Energy shortage and HVAC business in Canada!!

Being a country of highest life expectancy, how much self reliant is Canada in power sector???



HVAC consumes a ton of power.........but low grade electrical items and accessories cannot uphold the power surge!! So, often they get spoiled.I reviewed the operation process of several HVAC providers in Markham, Canada. Unfortunately almost all of them are still old school typical operation method that actually does not efficiently gives a boost of supplied electricity. A few of them…

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Added by Andrew Schnizel on July 1, 2015 at 10:43am — No Comments

Some Useful Information about Furnace Air Filters

There is not much we can do about the air pollution outside of a house in Ottawa, Canada, but we can do something about the air pollution in your home, emanating from your furnace and air conditioning systems. It does not matter if you live in Montreal, Gatineau Canada, Mississauga or the GTA, OttawaFurnaceFilters.ca has you covered to help you breathe clean air, wild paying less at wholesale prices.

If you are looking for…

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Added by Ottawa Furnace Filters on May 21, 2015 at 2:13pm — 1 Comment

Why do I need a duct cleaning if my home was just renovated or if I purchased a flipped home?

Why do I need a duct cleaning if my home was just renovated or if I purchased a flipped home?

In the process of renovations, walls are pulled apart, cabinets are installed, carpet is removed, flooring is installed, and wood is cut. During that process, dust is created by sanding, drilling,…
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Added by Fresh Air Duct Cleaning on May 21, 2015 at 10:59am — No Comments

Allergies and Your Home Ottawa

Did you know that Dust Mites account for 70% of all allergies?

What does this mean to you? Over time,ducts fill up with contaminants such as dust, dirt, and debris; if you have an allergy sufferer in your home, this could spell days or even months of sneezing, coughing, and itchy or watery eyes. Imagine suffering…
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Added by Fresh Air Duct Cleaning on May 21, 2015 at 10:49am — No Comments

Moving in to a new home and why you should get a Duct Cleaning

Did you just move into your home or Are you about to move into a home?

When we move into homes, it is very difficult to know how diligent the previous homeowner was about the general maintenance and upkeep of their home. If your new home operates using a duct system, then it is time to think about getting your …
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Added by Fresh Air Duct Cleaning on May 21, 2015 at 10:37am — No Comments

Mini-Split Heat Pumps are Quirky, Especially their Capacity

Mini-Split Heat Pumps are Quirky and Still Effective

The name "mini-splits" generally refers to heat pump systems with one outdoor unit and one or several smaller capacity air handlers. The efficiency of their operation comes via the inverter compressor and variable refrigerant…

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Added by Chris Laumer-Giddens on September 17, 2014 at 4:32pm — 4 Comments

10 Ways to Cool a House Without Air Conditioning

Sleeping on the front porch after a hot summer day was a straight out necessity. The upstairs of the 1940’s farm house had turned into a sauna and sleeping in the upstairs bedrooms was not possible. Even after the sun went down, the upstairs seemed to get hotter. Let's look at some ways to cool a house without air conditioning?

Now that I spend time trying to figure out how a home can be more energy efficient, I think back to those hot summer days and wonder two…

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Added by Don Ames on August 22, 2012 at 11:30pm — 3 Comments

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