Tag Archives: Home Comfort

Gas & Fuel Appliance Safety Tips|Bryan's Fuel Orangeville

Gas and Fuel Appliance Safety

From ovens and stovetops to water heaters and furnaces, gas is a versatile form of heat with a lot of benefits. To get the most out of your gas appliances, make sure you’re following these safety tips. Stovetops • If lighting your stove requires a match, always make sure you light the match before turning on […]

Keeprite Furnace Energy Saving Tips|Bryan's Fuel Orangeville

Furnace Tips: Make Your Living Room Cosy and Save Money

If you own a house or cottage in Collingwood, Shelburne or Orangeville, you know how cold our winters can be. But that doesn’t mean you have to throw your furnace into overdrive to keep your home toasty. Check out these tips so you can save money and stay warm this winter. • Make a warm cup […]

Effects of Dry Air from Keeprite Furnaces|Bryan's Fuel Orangeville

Furnace Humidity Tips: Effects of Dry Air in Your Home

Ontarians know our hot and humid summer very well. We all know high humidity in your home can lead to all kinds of problems, but did you know dry air can be just as damaging? The Effects of Dry Air from Furnaces • Dry air can make your skin feel cold and itchy, as well as […]

Furnace and Fuel Safety Tips|Bryan's Fuel Orangeville

Fuel Safety: Home Projects You Should Leave to a Professional

DIY (do it yourself) projects can be fun and rewarding, and can be a great way of saving money in certain situations. But some Orangeville, Shelburne and Collingwood homeowners make the mistake of DIYing everything – which disastrous results. While aesthetic jobs like painting and small projects are great times to DIY, try to avoid […]

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How to Save Money on Home Heating

Sometimes, all your home needs is a couple of quick fixes to lower your heating bills and usage. • Have a chimney? Buy an inflatable chimney balloon! They’re easy to use, and will automatically deflate if you forget to take it down before using your fireplace. • If you have an attic, you should make sure […]

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5 Geothermal Energy Myths

Considering geothermal energy for your home? Don’t be swayed by these myths! 1. Geothermal energy takes up a lot of yard space: In fact, earth loops used for geothermal energy can sometimes be buried vertically, taking up less space. 2. Heat pumps used for geothermal energy are loud: They’re actually really quiet, and none of the equipment […]

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Home Heating Safety Tips

There’s something about winter that makes our homes feel extra cosy. While the wind and snow howls outside, you can curl up on the couch next to the fireplace, reading a good book and drinking a warm cup of tea. But with all of the equipment we use to keep ourselves warm during our cold […]

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Is It Time to Replace Your Furnace?

With winter just around the corner, you want your furnace to be in good working order. Not only will a working furnace give you peace of mind as we head into the colder months, but it could also save you money on your utility bills. If you’re concerned about whether or not your furnace is […]

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When Is It Time to Replace My Air Conditioner?

Certain telltale signs indicate that it’s time to consider replacing your air conditioner, or improving the performance of your system. If your system has any of the following issues, it may be time to replace your air conditioner. #1: Age If your air conditioner is more than 10 years old, you should consider replacing it with […]

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