About Damien

Damien McCusker, Manager of Arpi's residential service division, has been working in the HVAC industry for 16 years and has hands-on experience in new home installations, furnace and air conditioner replacements, sales and residential service. He spends most of his spare time being an UBER driver, driving his kids to soccer practice and games.

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Most homeowners know the value of using a programmable thermostat. But if you’re buying one for the first time, or upgrading your device, you might be surprised at the variety that’s available. With this easy guide, you can buy a programmable thermostat that suits your lifestyle, and ensure maximum energy savings.

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Duct Cleaning Can Help--In These 5 ScenariosForced-air heating and cooling equipment are particularly prone to dirt buildup, because the force of the air circulating throughout your home will pick up dust and pollutants and spread them through your equipment—and that includes the ductwork.

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By improving home energy efficiency, you can effectively impact energy bills and control savings throughout the year. Any time your home loses energy, either through air leaks or a HVAC equipment that operates inefficiently, your energy costs will rise.

So, consider taking on a few of the energy-efficiency improvement projects below to lower your energy bills—year-round:

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Tips To Upgrade Your Heating SystemIf you’re set to upgrade your heating system, it’s important to enlist an expert for advice when selecting your system, as well as when having it sized and installed.

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Warmer weather often signals the arrival of allergies thanks to rising levels of mould, pollen and other pollutants that dry winter weather holds dormant. To help keep allergy symptoms at bay in your home, you can choose from a select number of indoor air quality equipment options, and create a refuge from common outdoor triggers.

You see, the indoor air quality inside your home can become degraded by outdoor pollutants because homeowners are likely to keep windows and doors open to circulate fresh air, and pollutants are also tracked into our homes on our clothing and shoes.

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Optimize Energy Savings In Your Home From Top To Bottom, Inside And OutAdopting a whole-house perspective of your home will give you a targeted view of out-of-control energy consumption, and allow you to grab hold of your home’s potential for energy savings.

Seeing your house as a whole, and analyzing how it all works together, allows you to maximize the performance of your home-comfort systems.

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One of the easiest ways to reduce your energy bills is to start taking notice of how much hot water you and your family use. Because water heating comes in second only to the costs to heat and cool your home, you’ll notice a sizable gain in energy savings when you look for ways to cut hot water usage.

Here are five easy tips to start getting better results from your water heater:

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Heat Recovery Ventilator: A 5-Step Guide To Increase PerformanceWith a heat recovery ventilator (HRV) installed in your home, you can generally expect increased comfort and non-stop, maintenance-free system operation.

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The winter season in Calgary generally means homeowners must endure long spells of frigid temperatures and high winds, but it also means the air inside your home is drier, which causes a host of problems for not only your health but your home, too. Whole-house humidifiers are the answer to dry indoor air, helping to create comfortable indoor conditions, no matter where you are in your home.

Two basic factors influence the relative humidity inside your home:

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Choose Carbon Monoxide Detectors That Work For Your HomeIf your home houses any gas-powered equipment, your safety is at risk if you don’t have carbon monoxide detectors installed in your home.

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