We love sharing tips on how to get the most out of your home heating and cooling equipment.
In these posts, you’ll learn how to save money on energy, how to use your home comfort equipment safely, and so much more.
Your furnace robs you blind every winter with ridiculous heating bills, and you never do anything about it. Until today. That’s because you’ve found this article, which will share with you the secret to getting massive furnace savings just in time for the holidays.
Dry indoor air makes people miserable; we feel sick all the time, our skin itches, and we’re tired getting shocked every time we open a door. Well, prepare to get happy; a humidifier could be the answer to all your dry air problems.
You can do a lot to relieve your allergy symptoms without drugs by living healthier and by improving your indoor air quality. You’ll sleep better and feel better too.
Air Quality Dunrite is a winner of the HomeStars Giving Back Award for 2017. We donated time and money to help the Toronto Jets, a local youth football organization.
As soon as the snow starts to melt, you’ll want to dive into this spring home maintenance checklist. You’ll save money, protect your investment in your home, and be done in time to take it easy in summer.
Next time you turn up the thermostat, think of African-American inventor Alice H. Parker, who contributed to the efficiency of our furnaces.
These 5 simple things will help you save a lot of money on heating costs every winter. They’ll also help your furnace last longer with fewer repair bills too!
Learn what your furnace installation cost should be, and more importantly learn how to understand how short term costs compare to overall value.
Winter blues getting you down? The problem could be dry, dirty indoor air. Find out how cleaning up your indoor air can help defeat the winter blues.
Stop – don’t turn on your air conditioner just because it’s hot! Unless you’ve done these 10 simple checks first, you could be wasting money or even damaging your air conditioner. Don’t worry, this checkup is so easy anyone can do it!
Electricity in Ontario is expensive. A lot of money can go towards something as simple as running your air conditioner in the summer. Find out what you can do to reduce the costs of having cool air in your home, if not cut those costs right in half.
Like most homeowners, you probably know what you pay to heat your home each year. But how can you tell if what you’re paying is fair? We sharpen our pencils, look at some statistics, crunch some numbers and help you decide for sure.
If you have respiratory allergies or asthma, reducing dust around your home is essential for managing symptoms. In this post we cover a variety of ways you can minimize your suffering.
Carbon monoxide is odourless, colourless and deadly. That’s why it’s critical that you install a carbon monoxide alarm, know what to do when it sounds, and be aware of the symptoms of carbon monoxide poisoning.
If you’re debating between buying and renting home heating, cooling or hot water equipment, read this first. There are unknowns with renting that mean those low monthly costs could rise dramatically.
In this post, we show you the math that compared the costs of renting a water heater vs owning.
You don’t have to freeze to reduce your monthly heating bills during the winter! These easy tips will help you use less fuel and save. The great news is that most of them are FREE (or very inexpensive).
Stop by our booth at the Green Living Show 2014 and get a special discount on our services. We’ll be educating people about how energy efficient furnaces and air conditioners not only save money but help the environment too.
We’ll be at the National Home Show 2014 giving away amazing discounts, educating people about saving money on heating and cooling, and enjoying the sights and sounds of this amazing event.
If your furnace is one or more of these signs, it may be cheaper, safer and less stressful for you to buy a new furnace.
One of the best ways to save money on energy is to install and use a programmable thermostat, even if it’s not state of the are. These tips will help you get the most out of almost any thermostat.
Learn about the dangers of carbon monoxide poisoning and how furnace tune ups can help ensure you never have to be exposed.
Here are 9 of the most common questions our customers ask us about heating. The cover everything from safety to zoning to air ducts to heat pumps.