The first day of summer (Thursday, June 21) is almost here. According to the Old Farmer’s Almanac, here’s what you can expect for the Air Treatment ClimateCare service area (Toronto, North York, and surrounding areas): SUMMER WILL BE HOTTER THAN NORMAL with rainfall below normal in Southwest Ontario. The hottest periods will be early and … Continue reading How to Save Money on Your AC This Summer
If you want the best of the best, a good SEER rating for your AC is the highest on the market (at time of writing, 23 SEER). But the platinum package, highest efficiency air conditioner isn’t right for everybody. In fact, most families stay comfortable purchasing a mid-SEER unit with a better initial cost to … Continue reading Exactly How Much Will My New AC Cost to Run?
It’s mid-May and Toronto has already seen temperatures above 30 degrees. If your family is like so many others across the city, cutting back on energy use (and those horrendous monthly bills that came from running the air conditioner constantly) is a priority. We spend a lot of time thinking about home comfort (it’s kinda, … Continue reading 13 More Ways to Cool Down Your Home This Summer
How can we conserve energy at home? Most families look for ways to cut back on the daily expenses of home ownership but miss the easiest ways to get the job done. If you are sick of the energy (and by extension, money) waste, these ten tips are a cure for what ails you. Disclaimer: … Continue reading Energy Saving Tips to Help You Cut Back This Spring
What do you mean, mini split ductless air conditioning? Most home heating and cooling systems use the same form, where an air conditioner or heat pump outdoors is paired with a heating appliance indoors. The indoor unit circulates air through ducts to every room in the house. But what if you don’t have space for ducts, … Continue reading What is Ductless Air Conditioning? What’s a Mini Split System?
Should I repair or replace my furnace or air conditioner? Lots of customers ask us because it’s not an easy decision to make. A single repair might save some money, but will this just be the first of many expensive repairs that keep coming? A replacement won’t break down for a long time, but is … Continue reading Should I Repair or Replace My Furnace or Air Conditioner?