Clogged Toilets

  • By Dan
  • February 27, 2013
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For many new homeowners, the assumption may be that the adventure is over once you’ve actually bought your dream house. Existing homeowners, however, would almost certainly beg to differ. After all, getting … Continue Reading →


FURNACE FILTER TIPS

  • By Dan
  • February 20, 2013
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 It’s no secret that air filters are an important part of your HVAC system – they keep the air in your home pure, they keep you healthy when they’re clean … Continue Reading →


Trottier up-fit beam raising.


WiFi Thermostat Deal Update !

  • By Dan
  • February 14, 2013
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We have scheduled 2 WiFi thermostats for installation so far, 8 more to go and We will be installing one at the Jack Trottier Up~Fit project for free. Share this with … Continue Reading →


Test Your Toilet for Leaks

  • By Dan
  • February 13, 2013
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Avoid Losing Money Due To a Leaking Toilet A leaking or constantly running toilet does one thing very well – WASTES WATER. Not only does it increase your water bill, … Continue Reading →


Generator Storm Safety

Old man winter is at our door step once more with one whopper of a storm. The potential for a sustained electrical power loss is all to real. If you have an automatic … Continue Reading →


Important storm safety for high efficiency furnaces, boilers and water heaters.

With up to two feet of snow expected in the next day or two, it’s important to keep flue outlet and combustion air inlet pipes in mind. These pipes can be located two feet … Continue Reading →


Hydronic Heating System Maintenance

  • By Dan
  • February 6, 2013
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Can you hear the water flowing through your baseboard heat? Do they make a gurgling sound? If so, you have air in your baseboard heat lines and your system needs … Continue Reading →


High Efficiency Furnace Regulation Postponed

  • By Dan
  • February 4, 2013
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Recently, home owner’s looking to replace their furnaces had until May to do so without being required to purchase a furnace that was at least 90% efficient. If you were … Continue Reading →