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Keep Your Air Conditioner at Peak Performance this Summer - Discover some ways to keep your air conditioner operating as it should this summer. It could save you a lot of hassle and money!

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Give us a call today for a free furnace quote, send us an email to info@gibbonheating.com or simply go to our website at www.gibbonheating.com

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Thanks for the great review Brian. It was a pleasure to serve you.

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Indoor comfort in your home is about more
than just adjusting the temperature on the
thermostat. Many homeowners overlook
the need for necessary components and
systems that can improve the indoor air
you breathe. Indoor air quality products
and systems are quite frequently treated as
accessories. We define them as indoor air
essentials. Call us today for a free estimate.

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The Problem with Chemical Drain Cleaners - It’s common to want your drain unclogged, any way possible, as soon as it shows any signs of resistance. But, many people are unfamiliar with the problems their pipes face when exposed to the chemical drain cleaners found at any grocery, department or hardware store. They may seem like a fast and easy solution to your clogged pipes, but here are some reasons why they re more trouble than they’re worth. The negative effects chemical drain cleaners can have on your pipes usually aren’t noticeable right away, but what works great for clogs spells disaster for pipes. Chemical drain cleaners are a specially formulated compound that can eat away at the metal in pipes, and their effects can become even more apparent when the water in your sink appears to flow from the faucet with less pressure. What’s worse than using a chemical drain cleaner once and seeing it work, is thinking that multiple sessions with it will resolve the clog more quickly. If it didn’t unclog the drain the fir

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Avoid Potential Plumbing Disasters this Summer with these Tips - There s no doubt about it, there s a lot to be excited about when summer finally arrives. Summertime, however, can also be hard on your home s plumbing but it doesn’t have to be! Make note of the tips I mention in today s post and ensure you survive the summer without requiring plumbing repairs or other potentially costly services. Here are some tips to make your plumbing and your wallet happy this season: During the summer months, there s often a greater demand put on your pipes, largely because you re just using more water with the kids being home from school, watering the garden, filling the pool, etc. All of these things can quickly add up, increasing your water bills and putting extra stress on your appliances, such as your shower pipes and washing machine. Checking your hoses for leaks could prevent the waste of excess water, as well as prevent supplemental damage to your home. Doing a thorough leak check is also a good idea for those hoping to trim their water bills during th

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Summer is the Best Time to Repair & Replace Plumbing - With summer finally upon us, few people want to think about fall and winter, but as far as residential plumbing goes, now is the best time to address any plumbing issues and to get your plumbing in top condition for the colder months. Most people think warmer weather means they can stop worrying about their plumbing because there s no risk of frozen pipes or the furnace quitting in the middle of a cold night. By taking steps now, however, when the weather is more favourable for performing repairs and replacements, you will be able to rest a little easier when the weather does turn cold and you re really relying on those household plumbing systems. Inspection Time Avoid being without hot water or heat next winter by opting to have both systems inspected by professionals, now. With a thorough inspection, you could find that one or more of your systems will require repairs in order to work as efficiently as possible in the colder months. Or, perhaps your systems are getting up there in a

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Know Who You Can Count On Before there’s an Emergency - When we received a call from a client whose basement had flooded and they required an emergency furnace and water heater installation, our team responded quickly to replace both units, minimizing the amount of time that these home owners were without heat and hot water. This case is the perfect example of why it s so important to know who to call if and when an emergency strikes. Had the flood occurred in the dead of winter and not the spring, it wouldn t just be inconvenient to go without heat and hot water, but could lead to further issues, like frozen pipes. Time is of the essence in situations like this, so do your research ahead of time and know who you can depend on. A 24-Hour Service Provider It always seems that emergencies strike at the least opportune times; a pipe bursts on the weekend or your furnace quits in the middle of the night. If you re going to need a new furnace or a water heater installation, like our clients did in the example above, you need to know of a reputa

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Recent Furnace Installation a Reminder of the Many Benefits of Upgrading to a High Efficiency System - In the not-so-distant-past, the Gibbon Heating & Air Conditioning team had the pleasure of removing an old Lennox Pulse furnace from a home and replacing it with a new, high efficiency furnace. Believe it or not, the old furnace you see here is actually an example of one of the earliest high efficiency furnaces, and its burner system was designed after the old German V2 rockets. Despite the fact that this system was considered high efficiency in its day, today s high efficiency units are much more efficient and a new furnace installation was definitely a great choice for this client. Remember, even if your old furnace is still running, there are many ways you can benefit from a new furnace installation and a unit that s up-to-date with the latest energy and cost-saving system technologies. How You Will Benefit from an Upgrade New Systems Have Higher Efficiencies: When you re running a newer high efficiency furnace, it s likely that it has an efficiency rating that s upwards of 97%. Th

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Warm Weather is Upon Us! Make Sure Your Air Conditioner is in the Best Possible Condition for the Season - If you haven t needed to already, there s a good chance you will soon be starting up your air conditioner. But, before you flip the switch, take note of the following seasonal reminders and simple air conditioner maintenance tips to ensure your household cooling system is in the best condition for the season. Seasonal Air Conditioner Maintenance Tips: Remove that Cover: Be sure to remove the winter cover from your air conditioner before turning it on. If you forget and it starts running while the cover is still on, you could ruin your compressor. In the worst cases, this can mean you will be calling an HVAC technician for a new air conditioner installation instead of just seasonal maintenance! Drain the A/C Line: Check the line that runs to your air conditioner and make sure it s free of debris. Operating the system when the line is clogged will not only mean that it runs a lot less efficiently, but it could cause damage. Check the Battery in Your Thermostat: Get into the habit of cha
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