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
Just a few weeks ago the temperature dropped below 0 and all of Ontario was buried in an icy, snowy mess. What a difference a few weeks makes. We’re safe from the coldest days of the year now, but we’re hurdling toward the other extreme. This summer is expected to have several intense heat waves … Continue reading Why Right Now is the Perfect Time for AC Maintenance
Why Now is the Best Time for Your Family to Install Geothermal Heating EDIT June 2018 – The Ontario Government has discontinued this rebate program. Geothermal Heating is still an excellent choice for many families and Link ClimateCare are one of the few contractors available to help you with this service, contact us today to … Continue reading Geothermal Heating Rebates
New Year’s Resolutions for Your HVAC System Do any of your 2018 resolutions involve saving money? Most families think about shopping at a different grocery store canceling a membership, cutting the cable, driving less. You can make a resolution to get more and spend less at the same time. Take a look at some of … Continue reading Your Resolution to Save Money on Heating & Cooling Starts Here
Your water heater is a hard working appliance. If it’s more than 8 years old, it probably works harder and wastes more energy than any other appliances in the house. So it’s at a higher risk of breaking down (because it’s old) and it costs you more money to run (because it’s not nearly as … Continue reading A Smart Home Upgrade | Buy a New Water Heater in Lindsay and Peterborough
Get Your New Furnace, Air Conditioner and $2,100 in Cash Incentives Today! Did you know your gas company is running a promotion right now providing significant cash incentives to anybody buying a new furnace, like yourself? Visit us to buy a new furnace at 95% AFUE (the energy efficiency rating), pair it with a new … Continue reading Get a New Furnace, Air Conditioner and $2,100 in Cash Incentives
What to do if your CO alarm is beeping. CO alarm beeping? Here’s what to do. Today, most people know about the dangers of carbon monoxide, and why it’s so important to have a CO alarm in your house. But many of us aren’t clear on what to do if that alarm does go off. … Continue reading Your CO alarm is beeping. Now what?
The warm weather is finally here: Summer is (dare we say) just around the corner. With the outdoor temperature increasing, you’ll want to make sure your air conditioning unit is in top form. But before you turn on your unit, we’ve compiled a checklist of 5 tips to help ensure your indoor temperatures are nice … Continue reading Get Your A/C Unit Ready for Summer!