Is air conditioning bad for you? For some people, air conditioning can be aggravating to their skin and other cold-sensitive conditions as it tends to cause a loss of moisture and can trigger headaches and fatigue. However, as long as the temperature isn’t set too low, air conditioning actually has a wide range of health … Continue reading What are the Health Benefits of Air Conditioning?
HVAC (Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning) technicians are currently in high demand and the need for exceptional techs is only expected to rise in the coming years. If you’re considering a career in HVAC, now is the perfect time to get started! As an HVAC technician, you are trained to install, repair, and replace HVAC … Continue reading Why Become an HVAC Technician?
6 Tips for Heating & Cooling Your She Shed The goal of a She Shed is to create a comfortable oasis outside the main home – what’s comfort without the right heating and cooling? Let us help you find ultimate comfort in smaller spaces with these She Shed heating & cooling tips! Tip # 1: … Continue reading She Shed – the Backyard Escape
You may not have considered getting air conditioning for your cottage, because you thought it wasn’t feasible. Well, we have good news for you, it is! With the advancements made in ductless air conditioning technology, cooling down your cottage has never been easier. No matter the size, age or design of your cottage, ductless air … Continue reading Is it Possible to Get Air Conditioning for Your Cottage?
Our top rated high efficiency furnaces are just one example of a beneficial green HVAC technology designed to make your home more energy and cost efficient. From geothermal heat pumps to smart thermostats, we have the products that will reduce your home’s energy consumption. Reasons Why You Should Switch to Green HVAC Technology Little changes … Continue reading Top Rated High Efficiency Furnaces and Green HVAC Technology
Will your gas furnace work without electricity? Furnaces may seem more reliable than baseboard or other electric heating units during a blackout. You might think that since your furnace runs on gas or oil that you’ll be fine if the power goes out. Sadly, this isn’t entirely true. Your furnace still relies on electricity to … Continue reading Your Heating Systems During a Blackout – What You Should Know
Although the first day of winter is officially set for Friday, December 21st, with this frigid weather it feels like winter has already arrived. Of course, you never know when winter weather will blast Lindsay and surrounding areas with heavy snow, howling wind, and frigid temperatures. When the weather is doing its worst, you need … Continue reading How Link ClimateCare Gets Your Gas Fireplace Ready for Winter
All throughout Canada and here at Link ClimateCare, November has been designated as Radon Action Month. Established in the early 2000s, Radon Action Month is designed to make Canadians aware of the presence, and dangers of radon gas. Now, the best way to detect radon is to have a certified professional conduct radon testing for … Continue reading November is Radon Action Month
Your September checklist to prepare for winter. 1. Change the air filter. Give your furnace a fresh start. Even though you may still be running the AC, it’s a good idea to pop in a new, fresh filter. 2. Get a professional end-of-season AC tune-up. While you can do a lot on your own to … Continue reading 6 HVAC Fall Maintenance Tips
Why it’s better to own your water heater than rent They’re common just about everywhere but here in Canada, but they are finally gaining popularity. Tankless water heaters turn up now in more new home builds and home upgrades than they used to as homeowners and builders look for ways to save money and consume … Continue reading Why it’s Better to Own Your Water Heater than Rent