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How To Maintain The Proper Humidity Level in Your Calgary Home

Have you ever returned from a trip to somewhere humid and then once you get back to Calgary your skin feels noticeably dry and it’s a little harder to breathe?  That’s the low humidity that comes along with the altitude and thin air of having a home just east of the rocky mountains. Here at ClearView Plumbing and Heating, we …

Humidity Control in the Bathroom

Hello all, Kyle here from Clearview Plumbing and Heating in Calgary! It gets steamy in my bathroom and not in that way (usually). There is always someone who has a really hot shower at least once and that makes the whole bathroom billow steam. Multiply even a few moderately warm showers by a couple people (assuming your hot water heater …

5 Signs Your AC Is Leaking Freon

One of the most common issues your air conditioning system can experience is a Freon leak. Freon (more commonly referred to as refrigerant) works to cool your home by removing warm air from within your air conditioning system and relocating it outside. But for various reasons, Freon may begin to leak. Not only can a Freon leak cause performance and …

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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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 …