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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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Four Attributes to Look for in the Ventilation System for Your Calgary HomeWith a greater focus on the environment and homeowners looking to save money, there has been a major push toward building houses tighter and more efficiently. However, this solution has created a new problem: the requirement to circulate fresh air into homes that are tightly sealed.

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Think a Zoning System Might Improve Your Comfort? Some Points to PonderAn HVAC zoning system allows you to divide your Calgary home into different sections or zones. Each of these zones then has its own corresponding thermostat and temperature controls.

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Ductwork Problems? Narrow Down the SourceYour ductwork is the circulatory system of you home’s air network, and if there’s a problem with it, you may not be getting heated, cooled or filtered air in all the places you need it.

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Water Softening Could Be the Cure for Scale in Your Bathtub and SinkTired of trying to get rid of the ugly scale buildup on your bathroom sink and bathtub? It may be time to invest in a water softener to deal with the hard water in your Calgary area home.

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Canada Promotes Energy Star: How Calgary Homeowners Can BenefitTo help Canadians identify energy - efficient homes, the Energy Star for New Homes(ESNH) Standard is now available to new home buyers across Canada.Previously available only in Ontario and Saskatchewan, the ESNH Standard became national as of December 1, 2012.Developed in cooperation with home building professionals, key industry stakeholder

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Using an HRV to Deliver Fresh Air While Recouping EnergyOpening windows and drapes to bring fresh air and sunshine into the home is certainly a delight when the weather is right.

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Selecting a New A/C? Don’t Forget to Calculate Lifetime CostsIf you’re in the process of selecting a new A/C, make sure to prioritize lifetime costs, rather than “first costs” so your investment pays off in the long run.

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Air Conditioning
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When homeowners are searching for a new or replacement furnace, high efficiency is often a major consideration. High-efficiency furnaces have many advantages over older, lower-efficiency models, such as reduced cost of operation, better use of fuel, and overall improved home heating.

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High-Efficiency Storage Water Heaters: Why They're Worth ItStorage water heaters are developing a bad reputation, probably because they can be responsible for about 25 percent of the energy use in the average Canadian household.

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You’ve probably heard that you should replace the air filter in your furnace every month. The reason is simple: Your furnace filter removes particles such as dust, mold, pollen, viruses and bacteria from the air in your home and prevents them from damaging your system’s fan and heating coils.

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