Autumn is a good time of year to tackle furnace replacement; you get to enjoy the fruits of your investment right away without going through the stress of an emergency mid-winter replacement at thirty below. Check Out Bryant When you call us for a possible furnace replacement, first we’ll pay you a visit to
Have you ever considered an overhead gas heater for the garage? You might associate them with commercial spaces, but they can be a great addition to a residential garage if you like a warm, dry car in the morning, or if you use your garage as a workshop or utility space. Natural gas heaters are
Many existing hydronic heating systems out there could benefit from the addition of an Axiom fill system– a type of boiler feed tank that provides improved long term performance and ease of maintenance.
A High Velocity System (or SDHV for Small Duct High Velocity) is a style of heating system that uses a boiler and small-diameter flexible ductwork to heat the home.
It’s Peak Season for Air Conditioning Systems Like furnaces that break down on the coldest night of the year, an air conditioner is more than likely to fail on the hottest day of the year. This summer’s heat waves have been punishing for AC units, especially those that are poorly maintained. Routine Checks Your air
There are a lot of plumbers out there with a basic knowledge of hydronic heating, but without a thorough understanding, it’s too easy to make catastrophic mistakes that can cost a LOT of money years down the road.
We put a lot of time into forming a quote based on quality equipment and expert installation. We’re committed to providing our customers the very best value, and sometimes that’s not the lowest price.
One out of eight homes in the Calgary region have unacceptably high radon levels, posing a public health concern that every homeowner should take seriously.
In Calgary, a lot of people start using their air conditioners starting around April, or when daytime temperatures begin to regularly exceed 15 degrees. Now’s the time to make sure yours is ready to go.
Houses are now built to be nearly air-tight, which is positive for two reasons: first, it means that our homes are less drafty and we lose less heat through our walls and ceilings; second, it means that we have more control over air flow and humidity. However, an air-tight house without proper ventilation, air filtration and humidity control can be a recipe for disaster!