Keep your family comfortable and cozy throughout the year with an HVAC system that works as energy-efficiently as possible. Whether repairs, maintenance, or installations of new HVAC units, homeowners in Dorchester, Ontario, can rest assured knowing their home is in good hands with M&K Heating and Air Conditioning. With over 35 years of industry experience, the team at M&K Heating and Air Conditioning consists of certified HVAC technicians who have the expertise and skills to provide you with high-quality, efficient solutions you can rely on.
M&K Heating and Air Conditioning are available 24/7/365 for all services with no extra charge for after-hours, emergencies, weekends, or holidays! Our professional technicians are also able to provide you with same-day or next-day installations!
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Does HVAC mean air conditioning?
Your HVAC system is any unit installed in your home that provides it with heating, ventilation, or air conditioning. With the help of an HVAC system, homeowners are able to control the indoor temperature of their home with ease using a thermostat.
On the other hand, an air conditioning unit is a system that helps homeowners cool the indoor temperature of their home by supplying it with chilled air. Therefore, you can think of your air conditioning unit as a component of your home’s overall HVAC system. However, not all homeowners have air conditioning units in their homes.
Does HVAC include water heater?
No, a water heater is not considered a component of your home’s HVAC system. An HVAC system is any unit that provides your home with heating, ventilation, and air conditioning. Therefore, as a water heater is responsible for heating the water in your home’s plumbing system, it is technically not the same. With that being said, if you have a water heater in your home that needs repairs, the certified plumbing team at M&K Heating and Air Conditioning is able to assist you! Give us a call or book an appointment with us online today!
Does HVAC use gas or electricity?
Your HVAC system may either use natural gas, oil, or electricity to heat and cool your home. Chances are, if you have a natural gas line in your home for your stove and fireplace, you most likely have a natural gas HVAC unit. However, each home is different and will depend on the type of unit you have installed.
How does HVAC work in winter?
During the winter, as temperatures drop, your HVAC system works to keep your home warm and comfortable. Whether you have a furnace, boiler, or heat pump, each of these heating systems uses a different method to supply warmed air through your air ducts and vents to supply each room with warmth. Homeowners are able to control the temperature of their homes by simply using their thermostats. In addition, your thermostat is also able to monitor your home’s indoor temperature and set pre-scheduled heating cycles based on your preferences for comfort.