With the hot summer days behind us and freezing temperatures ahead, Winnipeggers have turned off their central air and turned on their furnaces. But, before the deep cold and blowing snow arrive, it’s a good idea to think about preparing your outdoor air conditioning unit for winter. Here are some air conditioner winter maintenance tips
The first snowfall of the year, as small as it was on the morning of September 28, was a stark reminder that winter – and Winnipeg furnace time – is quickly approaching. Though Manitoba had one of the hottest summers on record, the immense heat will not deter nor delay winter activity and we will
Unless you are in an emergency situation, you are likely planning out any appliance purchases – including heating and cooling mechanisms – rather than making impulse purchases. Because furnace, central air conditioner or other appliance replacement can come with a hefty price tag, there will be an eye to discounts and other savings opportunities. One
As the CBC reported, extremely hot summers are going to be the norm . This means that air conditioning in Winnipeg will become more important. Peak performance of your cooling system will keep you from discomfort and even illness, so it is more important than ever to ensure that your A/C unit is up to
Whether your heat has gone off suddenly or you’re getting ready for the next cold season ahead, it is important to find the best heating company who can ensure your furnace is operating at full strength. The fear we all have is that one problem fixed means that others will pop up soon after. Not
Contact Reliable Heating & Air Condtioning at 204-888-6663 for proper maintenance on your Furnace, Air Conditioner, HRV or Pool Heater and see a reduction of breakdowns by 50%.
Today’s Manitoban new homes are very tightly sealed which actually causes indoor air problems. This is due to our extreme weather conditions; we often keep our windows shut. But at the same time, we are harboring many pollutants that are organic and inorganic. Organic problems such as mould, bacteria, dust mites and viruses can occur.
An air conditioner will manage the temperature of your home and keep the air cool in the summer and to a degree dehumidify the home while running. Drier air feels comfortable as opposed to damp cool air. If the a.c. does not remove enough humidity, a whole home dehumidifier will look after the rest. Winter