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Damien McCusker

Condensation On My Air Conditioner Unit: Should I Be Worried?If you're like most homeowners, you seldom or never peer into the cabinet that houses the working parts of your air conditioner. But if you were to do so and you encountered excessive condensation, overflowing water or water damage, what should you do?

How Much Is Too Much Condensation?

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Air Conditioning
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Damien McCusker

How it Pays to Invest in Preventive MaintenanceWhen you turn on your HVAC system, you expect it to work efficiently and safely to heat or cool your home. Unfortunately, that isn't always the case -- especially when preventive maintenance is pushed back or has slipped your mind.

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Damien McCusker

Air Balancing: Everything Your Should KnowThe comfort a forced-air HVAC system provides depends on efficient air balancing to a large degree. It’s a term that refers the air flows from the blower compartment through the ductwork and into each heated room. Imbalanced airflow can drive up energy costs if household members compensate by changing the thermostat’s settings.

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Damien McCusker

Reputable HVAC Contractor: How to Find OneAs a homeowner, the last thing you probably want to think about is hiring an HVAC contractor.

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Damien McCusker

Best Ways to Detect Air LeaksIs your home old and drafty? If so, you're probably wasting a lot of energy trying to heat or cool it to a comfortable level. Even if you have a newer home, the foundation may move around over time, shifting the walls a bit and allowing cracks to develop.

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Air Leaks
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Phil Laprairie

Reasons Why Tight Ductwork Is ImportantIn any forced-air heating and cooling system, ductwork plays a key role in delivering conditioned air to rooms throughout the house. Without tight, securely sealed ducts, much of the air that you're hoping will improve comfort in various rooms may be lost before it arrives at its destination.

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Air Ducts
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Phil Laprairie

Face It — Your Heating System Needs an UpgradeNo matter how cutting edge your furnace was when you purchased and installed it, over time furnaces wear out and technology changes. Eventually you will come to the point where it makes more sense for you to replace the furnace in your Alberta or Calgary home than it does to repair it. Knowing when it's time to upgrade will help you make the best choices for your home.

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Heating
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Phil Laprairie

Controlling Dust All Over Your HomeDust may be a fact of life, but that doesn't mean you have to live with it on a daily basis. Controlling dust in your Calgary home simply takes a bit of hard work, and we're here to give you some great tips that will get you started.

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Phil Laprairie

Here is How to Know You're Working With a Quality HVAC CompanyYour HVAC system is probably the most expensive equipment in your house. That's why you need assurance that anyone who performs HVAC installations or repairs in your home does a quality job.

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Phil Laprairie

Considering Using UV Lights to Improve IAQ? Here's What to KnowUV lights neutralize airborne contaminants that air filtration alone can’t eliminate. Indoor air pollution is composed of many factors. Much of it is inorganic particulates like dust or fibers you can actually see floating around or settling on household surfaces.

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