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Save Up To $500 On Drain Water Heat Recovery (DWHR)

Turn the waste heat going down the drain into valuable energy savings. Drain Water Heat Recovery (DWHR) devices are silent, maintenance-free energy savers that capture heat otherwise destined for the sewer, and transfer it to cold water coming into your hot water heating device. This results in less energy being required to heat your water to the desired temperature. Rebates …

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Spring is FINALLY Here! Time for Air Conditioning Maintenance

Spring is FINALLY here! The weather has been unpredictable, to say the least, but that first glorious hot day of summer reminds us that it’s time for a tune-up of that air conditioner. An air conditioner’s filters, coils, and fins require regular maintenance for it to function effectively and efficiently throughout the years. Neglecting necessary maintenance ensures a steady decline in air conditioning …

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How to Lower Your Water Usage & Save Money This Summer

Calgary may not be known for its hot summer heat, but that doesn’t mean we don’t want to take full advantage of the sunny months ahead. Tending to the garden, washing the car, and giving the exterior of the house a thorough cleaning all require gallons of water. This summer, lower your water usage and save money by following these …

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Sump Pump Basics and Why You Need One

In case you stay in an area of the country that is very flat in nature and has low elevation, or in a region with a very high water table, you run a high risk of flooding (like it often does in Calgary). There is a valid reason that these places are known as floodplains. Moreover, you must have already …

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Which is Better – Low-Velocity or High-Velocity Air Conditioners?

You might be under the impression that the air conditioner in your homes is ‘pretty cool’, but you might get shocked to hear that many of those so-called ‘pretty cool’ air conditioning units are actually low-velocity systems. We have a better idea – why not trade them for high-velocity systems that, although have been around in the marketplace for quite some …