A zoning system provides a solution for homeowners looking to improve interior comfort and energy efficiency. Instead of having one central thermostat that controls the HVAC system, zoning systems are divided areas, or “zones,” based on a home’s square footage and layout.
Unlicensed HVAC work is becoming more and more prevalent. Find out what you can do to protect your household, and find out what how to identify unlicensed contractors in this post!
As the hot days approach we’re all trying to reduce our cooling costs without sacrificing comfort. But it’s also important to not put too much pressure on the electricity grid this summer as the temperature starts to heat up (remember the summer blackouts?). Follow these easy tips and watch your energy bills drop:
The GTA has one of the highest humidity levels in all of Ontario, which means we need to take extra steps to control for humidity in our homes. Luckily there are simple ways to reduce humidity making your home more comfortable and use your air conditioner less as a bonus.
It’s been a long and cold winter, and finally the temperatures have slowly started climbing upward, and it’s time to soon be going over our spring maintenance routine. As the weather starts warming up, we’ll need to check our homes from top to bottom for winter damage and plan for any necessary upkeeps.