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Kim Laird
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Common Issues with Your Ductless Air Conditioner that You Should Avoid
A majority of homeowners who reside in warm climates, including those having built-in air ducts are finding ductless air conditioners to be more effective for cooling individual rooms. More people are using ductless AC units as opposed to the conventional c...
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AC Repair Tips: Understanding Your Unit’s Sudden Drop in Blowing Speed
As temperatures start creeping upwards, they leave memories of the winter chill behind, and you naturally begin to prepare yourself for the inevitable spring dampness and summer heat. When the first wave of warm air hits your face, it’s a sign that you shou...
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Possible Causes of Reduced Cooling in Your Ductless Air Conditioner
One of the most vital things you expect from your ductless air conditioner is optimal cooling of your Toronto home. Whether your conditioner works slower or faster, the bottom line is that it should lower the temperature of your home to a comfortable level....
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Plumbers are Taking Steps to Go Green During Furnace Installation
One of the most vital things you expect from your  ductless air conditioner  is optimal cooling of your Toronto home. Whether your conditioner works slower or faster, the bottom line is that it should lower the temperature of your home to a comfortable leve...
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Broken Fans Can Cause a Lot of Damage to Your Ductless Air Conditioner
Your air conditioner consists of two fans: the evaporator and the condenser fans. Both of these are tasked with circulating air throughout the system, cooling and releasing air in the unit. However, most people tend to neglect them during maintenance. If th...
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AC Repair Experts Share the Top Causes of AC System Refrigerant Leaks
Problems with an air conditioning unit might cause it to stop working or fail to adequately cool your home when you turn it on. It could be as a result of a frozen coil, which indicates low levels of refrigerant. It might also be caused by leaking Freon, wh...
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Common Causes of Buzzing Noises That Merit AC Repair or Replacement
Modern air conditioners are designed to operate with optimal quietness. High-efficiency AC units incorporate sound-dampening technology that is coupled with a two-stage compressor to keep the noise levels below 55 decibels. Therefore, it follows that unusua...
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Expert AC Repair in Toronto for AC and Indoor Air Quality Problems
Your Toronto home’s indoor air can be hazardous if it is not checked regularly. Unlike the outdoors, buildings rely on physical infrastructures and automated systems to filter and circulate air. Without appropriate measures, your home could accumulate more ...
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Air Conditioner Repair in Toronto: Addressing a Failed Compressor
If your  AC  is failing to cool your home, there could be a problem with the compressor. A compressor burnout can be a very costly occurrence, and before you get there, it is important to look out for problems that could lead to this and have them fixed in ...
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HVAC Companies in Toronto Can Tell You When Your Air Ducts Need Repair
tudies show that energy losses in most homes that result from furnaces can run close to 30 percent or more. The supply ducts are designed to draw the conditioned air into rooms, while the return ducts are meant to get the air back into the furnace. Unfortun...
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