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Heat pumps from Bryan's Fuel in Orangeville

Everything You Need To Know About Heat Pumps

When it comes to heating and cooling your home, we know that you have a lot of options. At Bryan’s Fuel we understand that very few homeowners know what a heat pump is, or how it can help to heat or cool your home. Here’s everything you need to know about heat pumps: What Is […]

HVAC tips to save money from Bryan's Fuel

HVAC Tips to Save You Money

Between mortgage payments, utilities and other expenses, many homeowners are looking for ways to save money this summer. One of the easiest ways to save money is with these HVAC tips: Get An Energy-Efficient AC Model Older air conditioning units are not up to today’s energy efficiency standards, especially if you have neglected to maintain […]

Ins and outs of geothermal energy from Bryan's Fuel in Orangeville

The Ins and Outs of Geothermal

Forget your furnace, it’s time to go geothermal! Using geothermal energy to heat and cool your home is a fairly new form of technology, but it is becoming increasingly popular for many reasons. We are going to outline how geothermal systems work and the benefits they can bring. What is Geothermal? Put in the simplest […]

Save energy costs in winter with Bryan's Fuel in Orangeville

Save Energy Costs In The Winter

Although we are already dreaming of spring, we still have a few more weeks of winter. During these cold months, we often find ourselves cranking up the heat in our homes and it can get costly. We have some energy saving tips for you so you can ride out the rest of winter without putting […]

Furnace fan problems from Bryan's Fuel Orangeville

Why Won’t My Furnace Fan Stop Running?

Many homeowners don’t realize it, but the fan is an essential part of your furnace. Also called a furnace blower, this is the part of your furnace that allows for proper air circulation and helps your furnace function properly. Like anything, sometimes malfunctions occur in your furnace that makes the fan blow constantly. If this […]

Winter home renovations from Bryan's Fuel in Orangeville

5 Home Renovation Projects You Can Do in the Winter

When it comes to renovating your home, winter isn’t always the best time of year to undertake big renovation projects. However, there are certain reno projects that can be done in the winter. In fact, doing some renovation projects in the winter may save you money. Basement Renovations Because basements are below ground and out […]

Heating & cooling tips for pet owners from Bryan's Fuel Orangeville

Heating & Cooling Tips for Pet Owners

If you’re a pet owner, you know that your pet is a part of your family. But unlike other family members, did you know that dogs and cats and other pets can actually impact the effectiveness of your furnace or air conditioner? With all of the fur, dander and extra dirt and dust they produce, […]

Furnace troubleshooting tips from Bryan's Fuel Orangeville

Furnace Troubleshooting Tips

Every year, homeowners across Ontario start up their furnaces for the cold winter season, only to find that they’re not working. Throughout the winter season, you may run into this problem, but before you call your HVAC technician, there are a couple of things you can do for furnace troubleshooting. 1. Check the Thermostat The […]

Why is my furnace blowing cold air from Bryan's Fuel

Why Is My Furnace Blowing Cold Air?

When it comes to staying warm in Southern Ontario during the winter, there’s nothing homeowners depend on more than their furnace. Even if you have regular furnace maintenance every year, it’s possible that older units may experience some issues throughout the season. If you find your furnace is blowing cold air this winter, find out […]

Will my furnace survive the winter from Bryan's Fuel in Orangeville

Will My Furnace Survive the Winter?

The winter season is quickly approaching, and your furnace will likely have a lot of work to do in the months ahead. But you may be wondering, will your furnace survive the winter? Keep reading to find out how you can tell. Furnace Lifespan You’ll want to consider the age of your furnace when determining […]