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The Canadian Buyer’s Guide to Air Conditioners: M&K Edition

Living in London means dealing with harsh, cold winters – but summers can be just as harsh.  Hot, hazy, humid and stick, summer in London often has residents reaching for the closest body of cool water or ice-cold drink.  Both seasons have their beauty and appeal, to be sure – but when the weather hits […]Read More

Strange Noises Coming from Your Air Conditioner | Air Conditioner Maintenance or Repairs

Strange noises coming from your AC Air conditioners are built to run quietly. Any out of the ordinary noises are cause for concern. Call a pro as soon as you notice any of the following noises coming from your AC and you might still avoid an expensive repair or replacement. BubblingBangingScreamingScreechingClicking Each signals a different common issue, […]Read More

Why Are My Energy Bills in London So Expensive? | How to Spend Less Cooling Your House with AC Maintenance

Why are my energy bills in London so expensive, and how can I save without sacrificing comfort this summer? Families in London have the same problem as families across Ontario. Keeping the house cool when the temperature gets above 30C can get expensive, so you do everything you can to avoid turning the AC on.Read More

Air Conditioning Facts and Myths

Another summer is upon us, and it’s time to get our ACs ready. But there are many different air conditioner myths out there. How do you sort the fact from the fiction? Central air was in more than 30% of homes in 2009, with that number believed to be much higher now. With so many homes […]Read More

What is a Good SEER Rating for My AC?

If you are the kind of person who needs the best of the best, a good SEER rating for your AC is the highest on the market (at time of writing, 23 SEER). But the platinum package, highest efficiency air conditioner might not be right for everybody. In fact, most families stay comfortable, both physically and emotionally, […]Read More

Ways to Save on Your Insane Air Conditioning Bills & Other Expenses

It’s possible to spend less money on your bills over the remainder of the summer without sacrificing any of the comfort and convenience you need at home. Most household bills come from just a couple places in the summer, and it doesn’t take hefty sacrifices to cut these costs. Follow these tips and keep more […]Read More

Work Smarter & Save Money | New Year’s Resolutions For Your HVAC System

Make your HVAC system really work for you (and cost your family less) in 2018 Like most, you probably made a few casual resolutions for 2018. Lose weight & eat better.Spend less on unnecessary expenses.Plan a trip.Find a new job. You also may have some plans for your home too, such as renovating the kitchen, […]Read More

My Furnace Is Leaking Water When The AC Is Running

Sure, it can sound like a serious problem, but most of the time this is just an indication of a clogged drain. It’s usually not an expensive repair item, but you shouldn’t ignore it because of this minor stature. Ongoing moisture and standing water around your heating and cooling equipment can lead to mold and […]Read More

How we assess your AC

Our fast and easy process to assess your air conditioner At first glance, it may look bleak. You know you’re going to need either an AC repair or a new air conditioner. But you want a professional you can trust to help you make the most informed decision about your options. When we visit your home, we: […]Read More

Why do air conditioners freeze?

If it’s not a blizzard outside and your air conditioner is covered in ice, shut it off immediately! Then pick up the phone and give us a call to schedule a service call to diagnose the problem. It may be a relatively easy problem to fix, but if you don’t get it looked at by a […]Read More

How to Take Care of Your AC Between Service Visits

Seasonal air conditioner maintenance is probably the most important way to extend the lifespan and maintain the efficiency of your central air conditioning system. Ordinary wear and tear over the course of weeks and months can cause your AC to overwork, struggle, overheat and eventually shut down. Keeping everything clean will help you catch any smaller problems […]Read More