When late summer or autumn arrives, winter is not far away. In fact, before long, you may no longer need the air conditioning and it will be time to fire up the furnace. Fall is the perfect time for a pre-season furnace check-up and here are some things you may want to do, to get your furnace ready … Continue » Is Your Furnace Ready for the Cold Weather?
Winters in Canada can be cold and sometimes brutal, and you need a dependable source of heat all season long. Nothing lasts forever and there may come a time when your furnace is not working right. Sometimes you can easily fix the trouble. However, it may be the right time to replace your old … Continue » Is it Time for a New Furnace?
Around 65% of Canadian homes are warmed by forced-air furnaces. Most of them are powered by natural gas, and others use either propane or oil. Furnace-based heating systems are popular because they can heat up a room quickly. With some modifications, a forced-air furnace can even be roped into … Continue » Forced-Air Furnace Heating for Canadian Homes
As the weather gets colder, you'll soon want to turn on your heating -- if you haven't already. Problems with your heating can bring a lot of misery in the winter months. Here's how you can help ensure that your heating system keeps your home warm and comfortable throughout the colder months. Clean … Continue » 6 HVAC Tips for Winter
When winter hits in some parts of the country, it can hit very hard. In fact, some days your furnace may have to work overtime just to keep you warm. However, there are some things you can do to make it easier on your furnace and keep your heating bills affordable. Here are four tips to help your … Continue » 4 Ways to Help Your Furnace Work Smarter Not Harder
Few things in life are more frustrating than realizing your home air conditioning is not working. In fact, your first impulse may be to call A-Plus Air, your local HVAC service provider, for help. However, some AC problems are easily solved, and here are a few things you can do yourself to save … Continue » Before You Call Your Air Conditioner Repair Service