Tag: HVAC installation

A New HVAC Installation Will Lower Your Home’s Bills

A New HVAC Installation Will Lower Your Home’s Bills

Energy costs in Ontario continue to rise, and many residents are seeking ways to save money where possible. It may seem contradictory to invest in an HVAC system, but this piece of equipment can have positive effects in homes, as well as on energy bills. Air quality in homes can often be lower quality than outside. Factors such as appliances, electric static, and congested airflow can cause colds to linger longer and increase the severity of allergies.

An HVAC system can improve indoor air quality by exchanging, and filtering indoor air for outdoor fresh air. Cost may be initially higher for HVAC installation but the energy savings over time is more cost effective, with heating and cooling being in one unit. Fluctuating seasons can also result in trapped moisture, and if not filtered properly, can cause mold. By investing in HVAC installation the system consistently pulls warm, moist air out and replaces with dry, cool air. Models such as “single zone” require similar heating and cooling vents in rooms that are all regulated by a thermostat. Whereas, “multiple zones” allows each area to have a different temperature regulated with different thermostats.

HVAC installation is a benefit to the comfort and overall value of your home. If you are looking to invest in an HVAC system to improve the comfort of your home, then contact Aire One today! With over 25 years of experience, and trained and licensed technicians, Aire One will ensure your HVAC installation is one that will last!


Stay Warmer or Cooler – With Proper HVAC Installation

Winter Chills

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Nobody wants to be stuck inside their home with a broken furnace during the freezing cold winters. Your home is a cozy sanctuary during the wintertime. It is a place to stay dry, cuddle up on the couch, and watch an exciting movie with your family. This can be extremely difficult when your furnace is broken, and you’re stuck having to wear an excessive amount of layers, hats, and mittens indoors.

Don’t want to get stuck in this situation? Well, if you’ve been having trouble with your furnace, having to call in professionals for repairs after repairs, it may be time for an HVAC installation.

Summer Sweats

aire one - summer sweats.PNGThe summertime is a great time to play outdoors, splashing around in the pool, playing a game of soccer with your friends. However, sometimes as the sun beats down on us at high temperatures, we need a break in the cool indoors. If your air conditioner is broken, this can lead to sticky, sleepless nights as your home is filled with humid air.

Don’t want to get stuck in this situation? Well, if you’ve been having trouble with your furnace, having to call in professionals for repairs after repairs, it may be time for an HVAC installation.
Air One specializes in HVAC installation services for 120,000 homes over 25 years of experience. If you want to avoid these situations, contact them to see if it’s time to replace your HVAC system.

What Makes a Furnace “High-Efficiency”?

What Makes a Furnace “High-Efficiency”?

Almost all major household electronics are labelled “high-efficiency” but how would you know for sure that a furnace is in fact high-efficiency before purchasing it.  Here’s what you can look for:

  1. The very first quality of a high-efficiency furnace is that it uses less fuel and electricity to produce heat.
  2. The furnace should be equipped with a electronic ignition as opposed to a pilot light.
  3. “Two stage heating” is another quality of a high-efficiency furnace.  The lower stage heating will produce heat at a lower level and unless temperatures drop drastically, the higher stage of motor heat will turn on to heat your home evenly.
  4. Check to see if your new furnace has a variable speed functionality – meaning the motor will run constantly at a lower, more energy efficient speed and only increase the speed when needed.
  5. Most high efficiency furnaces have a sealed combustion chamber that will draw outside air into a smaller sealed off area in the furnace called a “combustion chamber”.  The benefit of this is that it takes in cooler air from outside instead of drawing hot air from indoors. It’s considerably safer and conserves energy by not feeding the furnace with air it already worked hard to make warm.

While the average homeowner may not be an overnight expert on furnaces, it is important to consider these qualities before the installation of your new HVAC. Contact the experts at Aire One to find out which options would best suit your home.