WeCare Maintenance Programs Provide Affordable Service For Homeowners

Monday, September 18th, 2017

Custom Comfort Maintenance Program

It’s not easy to budget for home maintenance and repairs. This is especially true if you are a first-time home buyer or a senior on a fixed income. Unexpected repairs are needed from time to time, and regular maintenance is important to keep any gas or electric appliance running properly.

An affordable solution is a maintenance plan. This provides your equipment with an annual inspection by a licensed technician, to help identify potential problems; under-performing components, fans, filters, motors, and the condition of fuel lines, electrical cables. Replacing worn parts and checking connections, especially for gas, prevents major equipment failure and ensures safety.

A maintenance plan means that you have a professional HVAC technician keeping track of your service visits and scheduling annual checks, so you don’t have to remember to do that.

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How to Balance the Temperature Around Your House

Saturday, December 17th, 2016

How to balance the temperature around your houseWhether it is summer or winter, we rely on our heating and cooling systems to make the temperature in our homes comfortable. However, sometimes you may notice that some areas in your home are more comfortable than others. You may wonder how that could be possible if you have set your thermostat to a specific temperature. What is preventing the air flow?

Here are a few reasons as to why the temperature in your house isn’t balanced, as well as some tricks to remove these barriers.

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Do These 5 Things Before Turning On Your Natural Gas Furnace

Monday, October 17th, 2016

5 Steps Before Turning On Your FurnaceIt’s not a surprise to anyone that the cooler weather is among us. People are choosing comfier, warmer clothing options rather than shorts and sandals. In fact, if you haven’t already, you will probably be turning your furnaces on quite soon. But wait! Before you do, there are 5 steps that you should take first before starting up your gas furnace to ensure a safe and warm winter season for yourself and your family.

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HVAC Contractor Certifications & Licenses

Thursday, August 25th, 2016

HVAC Contractor Certifications

Throughout our time over the past 25 years servicing our community, a lot has changed.  The technologies & efficiencies that go into our appliances has become more and more complicated.  This is why it’s increasingly important to know what you’re getting from your contractor when they work on your Air Conditioner, Furnace or other appliances. There are many certifications required by contractors to ensure your safety and make sure your home’s insurance will be covered by the work being done.

Some of these certifications are for working on gas lines, some for electricity but ALL of them are for your safety. We’re going to explain the most important ones and why you need your contractor to have these certifications. 

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Heating & Cooling Rebate Offer Extended!

Wednesday, July 6th, 2016

Custom Comfort Climatecare is excited to announce that they have extended their $1500 Heating & Cooling Rebate Offer until July 31, 2016.

Custom Comfort $1500 Rebate

By upgrading your furnace and/or air conditioner to an Energy Star rated one, you could SAVE up to 25% on your Energy Costs.

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What Are the Benefits of a Ductless Split Heating & Cooling System

Friday, April 29th, 2016

Ductless Split System

Ductless air conditioning might seem like a oxymoron, as it’s hard to imagine a cooling or heating system that doesn’t involve a network of ducts. Luckily, ductless split air conditioning systems are becoming more and more popular as people  look for more convenient, and more efficient ways to maintain comfort in their home.

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Selling Your Home? Consider a Furnace, Fireplace & Air Conditioner Safety Inspection & Tune Up

Friday, April 22nd, 2016

Air Conditioner InspectionNow that Spring has sprung, the real estate market is in full swing. This is the busiest time of year for selling and buying a home especially for homeowners with school aged children.

Homeowners go to great lengths to get their homes “real estate ready” including; painting, renovations, landscaping and hiring home stagers. With all the time and effort that’s put into selling your home, it’s surprising how many people overlook the maintenance of their HVAC equipment.

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Electric To Gas Home Conversions

Tuesday, March 15th, 2016

convert house to gas powerEvery year, especially in the spring, we receive calls from homeowners who are shocked by the cost of their electric bills over the winter.

With the constant increase in hydro rates, home owners with electric heating are now looking for alternate ways to heat their homes.

Converting to natural gas or propane can provide substantial savings when compared to electricity.  Currently, natural gas costs approximately 70% less than electricity.  Propane costs approximately 35% less respectively. The cost of electricity has been on the rise for some time now and with the promise of more increases in the near future, some homeowners have no choice but to find alternate ways to heat their home.

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Why a Short-Cycling Heater Is a Problem

Monday, November 16th, 2015

When you live in as cold a climate as we do, you really must have a well-functioning heating system installed in your home. You must also realize, though, that the fact that your heater is starting up and running does not mean that it is running properly. If it seems like your heater is starting up just fine, but is shutting down sooner than it should, then it may be short-cycling. While a short-cycling heater in Barrie, ON may not sound like the most serious problem that one could encounter, it can actually have some pretty negative ramifications in terms of your heating system’s condition, its performance, and your comfort. If your heater is short-cycling, contact the professional heating technicians here at Custom Comfort ClimateCare.

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Is Ductless Heating Right for My Home?

Monday, October 19th, 2015

Considering just how cold it gets in this area during the long, arduous winter season, it is no surprise to hear that residents tend to have strong opinions regarding the best means by which to heat their homes. One option that has gained more and more traction throughout the area is ductless heating. Due to their utilization of heat pump technology, which we’ll discuss further below, ductless heating systems used to be viewed with some reticence in this part of the world. Modern ductless mini splits are able to handle very cold weather more effectively than ever before, though, so ductless heating in Barrie, ON is certainly something to consider. Contact Custom Comfort ClimateCare for more details. 

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