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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Phil Laprairie

How AFUE Ratings Affect Your Furnace PurchaseTaking climate factors into consideration, homeowners in the greater Calgary area are wise to invest in the most efficient furnace system possible.

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The Process Of Choosing A Furnace DefinedWhen faced with the prospect of choosing a furnace, homeowners are wise to enlist the help of a reputable, expert HVAC contractor. The process involves a number of steps. Neglecting any one of them can result in a poor return on investment, not to mention compromised  home comfort and higher-than-necessary energy costs.

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The Energy Star label is a familiar sight for customers who are shopping for new HVAC equipment, electronics, appliances or other energy-consuming products. The Energy Star symbol is probably the most reliable indicator of an item’s energy efficiency.

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energuide label calgary albertaWhen it’s time to upgrade your home HVAC equipment, you need as much information as possible to make an informed and well-reasoned choice.

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In order to guide your selection of new HVAC equipment, you’ll want to utilize efficiency ratings. By doing so, you can calculate the expected energy savings from any one particular piece of equipment and compare your findings to other systems. As a result, you can select the highest-performing system possible to meet your needs and your budget, too.

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There are several reasons a homeowner may decide to replace a furnace. If utility bills are high or the furnace requires major repairs, upgrading to a new furnace will provide relief. This scenario also gives you some time to evaluate your choices. If your furnace suddenly breaks down during winter, you’ll have less time to make a decision; however, in either scenario, it is important to consider furnace efficiency ratings.

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