There are many important decisions that you will have to make when it comes to heating your home, and one of the most important is deciding whether to install a boiler or furnace. Both of these appliances have their own unique benefits, so it can be difficult to decide which one is right for you. In this blog post, we will discuss the difference between..
Signs That You Need to Replace Your Old FurnacePosted by Michael Mead on Mar 9th, 2021 in Furnace
As a property owner, there are certain things, such as furnace maintenance and functionality, that you’re responsible for. How do you know when it might be time to replace your existing furnace? Certain telltale signs such as loud noises and fumes could mean it’s high time to consider replacing your existing furnace instead of repairing it. Furnace repairs essentially prolong the inevitable need for replacement...
Furnace Maintenance and Repair Tips for WinterPosted by Michael Mead on Nov 16th, 2020 in Furnace
Winter is coming and that means it’s time to start thinking about furnace maintenance for your property. Here are some helpful furnace maintenance tips to help you and your family stay warm and safe this winter. Don’t Put Off Furnace Maintenance and Repairs Make sure your furnace is properly maintained throughout the year to avoid problems and breakdowns when you need it the most. Take..
Common Furnace Issues and How to Fix ThemPosted by mdmmechanical on Jan 13th, 2020 in Furnace
Ontario is currently in the midst of heating season, which means your furnace will most likely be working overtime to heat your home over the next few months. The last thing you want to happen right now is for your furnace to suddenly slow down heat production or altogether malfunction. Don’t let a broken-down furnace leave you and your family out in the cold this..
Single vs. Two-Stage vs. Variable Capacity Furnaces: Which One Is Right for Your Home?Posted by Michael Mead on Nov 29th, 2019 in Furnace
Winter is still a few weeks away, but many parts of Ontario including Hamilton and surrounding areas have already begun to experience lots of snow and frigid temperatures. While most dwellings are equipped with furnaces to keep our interiors toasty and warm, not all furnaces are created equal. As a homeowner, you may have a single-stage, two-stage, or variable capacity furnace to heat your home...
Furnace Maintenance ChecklistPosted by Michael Mead on Nov 6th, 2019 in Furnace
Winter is already on its way and that means it’s time to start thinking about your annual furnace maintenance checklist. The weather has already started hitting the freezing mark in some parts of Ontario, which means a lot of citizens are using more heat and their furnaces are already going into overdrive. Performing a yearly furnace maintenance checklist around this time of year can help..