What is a Combi Boiler?

What is a Combi Boiler?

15 November 2021  |  News & Resources

Combi boiler is a term that condenses the term combination boiler. It accurately describes what the unit is and how it works. This is a combination of a water heater and a boiler used for heating. The combination of the central heater and water heater reduces the amount of space the unit requires, and this makes it an ideal choice for small areas. The unit can heat up the water as soon as the tap is turned on, which eliminates the storage tank, a feature of previous water heating systems. Conventional boilers used a storage tank system, which required a significantly larger space in which to operate.

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Advantages of Towel Warmer and Towel Rails

Advantages of Towel Warmer and Towel Rails

03 November 2021  |  News & Resources

When you step out of the tub, there’s nothing nicer than enveloping yourself in a warm, fluffy towel. But the towels that have been hanging behind your door are cold and slightly damp. Heated towel rails can make every shower feel like a spa experience without breaking the bank. They seem like a luxury, but they’re more affordable than you think and have a wide range of benefits beyond indulging yourself.

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Traditional vs. Ductless HVAC Systems

Traditional vs. Ductless HVAC Systems

09 October 2021  |  News & Resources

Toronto is known for visiting the extremes of winter weather more regularly than our neighbors further south, but keeping your home at a comfortable temperature is important no matter where you live. Choosing the right equipment to take care of that for you is a major investment in the look, functionality, comfort, and affordability of your home.

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Will Nest thermostat work with my Ductless or HVAC System?

Will Nest thermostat work with my Ductless or HVAC System?

08 October 2021  |  News & Resources

Controlling your home's interior temperature accounts for a significant portion of your household energy consumption, so it's understandable that the energy experts are fascinated with finding new ways to reduce energy usage in this area. Over the years, they've come up with guidelines that regulate usage during summer and winter such as setting your thermostat to 68 degrees Fahrenheit (20 degrees Celsius) in winter and 72 degrees Fahrenheit (22 degrees Celsius) in summer.

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Cooling your home with a Ductless Air Conditioner

Cooling your home with a Ductless Air Conditioner

09 August 2021  |  News & Resources

Summers in Toronto can be warm and humid, and these combined conditions can create an uncomfortable and even potentially unhealthy indoor environment for weeks on end. Finding an effective way to keep your home cool throughout the long summer season is essential. Whether you are looking for a replacement for your home’s aging AC system or you want to install a quality air conditioner in your home for the first time, a ductless air conditioner could be a smart option. What should you know about cooling your Toronto home with a ductless AC system?

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