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Old 05-28-2022, 07:34 AM   #741
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Thanks to Keith for coming out and fixing issues we had since we moved in and cleaning our system. Great service and an even better guy. Thanks again!
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Thanks to Keith for coming out and fixing issues we had since we moved in and cleaning our system. Great service and an even better guy. Thanks again!
I've even had oiler fans lately . Boy it was hard being nice to them even though it's my job.
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Are there still any substantial rebates or tax credits available from the government for new AC or furnace installations? Is it worth doing any kind of audit for this?
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Are there still any substantial rebates or tax credits available from the government for new AC or furnace installations? Is it worth doing any kind of audit for this?
https://www.nrcan.gc.ca/energy-effic...luations/20552
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Old 06-13-2022, 11:48 AM   #746
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Air conditioning installs now booking into September.
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Old 06-14-2022, 05:46 PM   #747
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Just a reminder when buying a home I do FREE Inspections for anyone wanting to have an idea as to the condition of the furnace in the house your buying.

As well.....call me anytime with questions , pm me ....I'm happy to help.
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Old 06-29-2022, 11:51 AM   #748
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Fiberglass disposable filters only.

Woven,pleated, 3m, Kirkland filters , reusable filters burn out......
- inducer motors
- direct drive motor
- ECM motor
- High limit sensors
-cause freezing of air conditioning coils
- lengthen heating and cooling cycles by 18-30%
-overheating and condensate leak issues from high efficiency furnaces
Hey EVERLAST, thanks for all your posts here.
Just wanted to ask you more about filters. If those high MPR filters cause issues for furnaces, should they be used at any time then? I've been using them for years, so I hope I haven't caused any damage to my furnace.

Do fiberglass filters work just as well as those then? And how often should I change out fiberglass filters? (now that I'm going to start using them)

Thanks!
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Hey EVERLAST, thanks for all your posts here.
Just wanted to ask you more about filters. If those high MPR filters cause issues for furnaces, should they be used at any time then? I've been using them for years, so I hope I haven't caused any damage to my furnace.

Do fiberglass filters work just as well as those then? And how often should I change out fiberglass filters? (now that I'm going to start using them)

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Hi....fiberglass filters work best. Thicker and higher merv rated filters , 3m filters , Kirkland filters , woven and pleated filters damage ALL thr temperature sensitive components on furnaces over time causing expensive repairs .

Now....thr common argument is fiberglass won't filter the same as the others . Yes that's true but IF your vents and ducts and furnace have never been cleaned, inspected, tuned up and performance evaluated then you have bigger problems.
Vents and ducts should be cleaned every 2 years for maximum efficiency, lower utility bills and better mental health.

If you need proper service let's set something up appointment wise.
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