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Hello, Spring!

Spring has arrived and warmer weather looks like it’s here to stay! Being comfortable in your own home is extremely important – especially now that we are staying at home as much as possible to help reduce the spread of COVID-19.

Now might be the perfect time to make some much needed upgrades to your home to improve your quality of life. Some of our most popular spring services include:

Gas BBQ Lines

Gas barbecues are becoming more popular, and for good reason! Imagine never having to refill your propane tank, or never running out of propane halfway through cooking – sounds great, doesn't it? Another bonus is that you may be able to use your existing propane fueled grill, some manufacturers offer kits that allow you to convert your propane-fueled grill into a gas-fueled grill.

Switching from propane to gas is quite simple – as long as you find a professional to complete the job. Working with gas can be very dangerous, so it’s important not to attempt to do this on your own. Once installed you can enjoy the many benefits of your new gas barbecue line, such as:

  • Convenience: Never run out of fuel in the middle of cooking a meal.

  • Affordability: Gas barbecues are cheaper to run compared to propane.

  • Eco-Friendly: Gas burns much cleaner than propane, making it much better for the environment.

Ductless Heat Pumps

Ductless heat pumps are a great solution to heating and cooling specific rooms of your choosing without the hassle of running duct work throughout your home. There are a wide variety of options when it comes to ductless heat pumps, allowing you to pick a product that will fulfill your heating and cooling needs while fitting in well with the design of your home. The benefits of having a ductless heat pump installed include:

  • Affordability: Heat and cool the areas of your home that you use the most instead of wasting energy on rooms that are only used on occasion. You can also save on up-front costs with the many rebates available through BC Hydro.

  • Endless Options: With such a wide range of choices available you’ll be sure to find a heat pump system that suits your taste.

Adding AC to Existing Gas Furnace

If you have an existing gas furnace you may want to consider adding air conditioning to it to improve the comfort of your home over the warm spring and summer months. Since you already have the infrastructure required for your furnace, retro-fitting AC is a relatively straightforward task. Benefits of adding AC to your furnace include:

  • Cost Effective: Taking advantage of the existing furnace system in your home allows you to save a significant amount of money compared to installing an entire ducting system throughout your home.

  • Comfort: Keeping the temperature comfortable throughout your home all year round is a major improvement to your quality of life. No more tossing and turning on those hot sweltering summer nights!

iWave Air System

iWave is an air purifying device that installs into your existing duct system. When air passes through the iWave, the device produces ions that reduce pathogens, allergens, particles, smoke and odors in the air. The iWave system is unlike UV lights, it lasts longer and is maintenance free. iWave is compatible with furnaces and there is also a ductless version available.This product is a great way to improve the air quality in your home, especially during allergy and forest fire season. The advantages of having the iWave Air System installed in your home include:

  • Improved Quality of Life: Enjoy clean air free from allergens, pathogens, smoke and odour.

  • Limited Maintenance: No on-going maintenance or replacement parts are required, allowing you to enjoy years of maintenance-free performance.

If you’re interested in making some improvements to your home this season give us a call. Our team of experts will ensure the job is done right! We are set up with SNAP Financial and have financing available if needed. You can also check out for any applicable rebates!

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