What Are Some Maintenance (Cleaning) Tips for Replacing Filters?
Posted On: February 26, 2020
Learning how to maintain and clean your filters is an important and necessary process in taking care of your HVAC units. Filters are used to prevent dust, hair and other particles from clogging the fa...[More
How Often Should I Get Service Maintenance Done on my Furnace?
Posted On: January 22, 2020
As the weather gets colder, your furnace will begin to work in overtime mode to keep your home warm. The longer it runs, the further maintenance and repairs it could require.To ensure your furnace con...[More
What is the Difference Between Single-Stage, Two-Stage, and Modulating Furnaces?
Posted On: January 8, 2020
When you are looking around for a new furnace, you will come across three different types: single-stage, two-stage and modulating. You may probably ask, what are the differences between them, and whic...[More
What Are Signs That My Furnace May Soon Require Replacement?
Posted On: December 10, 2019
At Twintech Heating & Cooling, repairing furnaces is our bread and butter! However, there comes a point in every furnace's life where even regular maintenance and the most skillful repairs can't s...[More
Should I Repair or Replace my Furnace?
Posted On: November 6, 2019
Now that the cold weather is here, it’s a good time to start thinking about your furnace. Regular furnace maintenance will help keep your home comfortable and warm throughout the fall and winter sea...[More
How do Water Heaters Work?
Posted On: October 9, 2019
Have you ever wondered how a water heater works? How does it heat the water in your home and make your showers warm? At Twintech Heating & Cooling, we carry two types of water heaters: tank and ta...[More
How to Prepare Your Furnace for the Winter
Posted On: September 26, 2019
Now that summer’s finally over, it’s time to get your furnace ready for the winter season. There are a few things that homeowners should do to prepare their furnace for the winter. The first ...[More
Gas Fireplace Maintenance Tips
Posted On: August 28, 2019
There has always been something comforting about fireplaces. On a cold winter day, you may come inside to grab a hot beverage and warm up by a roaring fire. Not only do fireplaces warm up your home, b...[More
What is a Heat Pump and How Does it Work?
Posted On: July 31, 2019
A heat pump is an electrical device that pulls heat from one place and transfers it to another. This type of device has been used in Canada and around the world for decades. Both refrigerators and air...[More
Whats the difference between electric gas and oil heating systems?
Posted On: July 3, 2019
When searching for a new heating system for your home, there are a few important questions that you want to ask yourself. Is your priority to save money, or are you looking for something more environm...[More
HVAC Summer Checklist
Posted On: June 19, 2019
Summer is the perfect time of year to utilize the warm weather and clean every corner of the house, both inside and out. To ensure that your home HVAC system is in excellent working condition, check o...[More
How your Furnace and Air Conditioner work together to keep you Comfortable?
Posted On: April 14, 2019
Furnaces are used to generate heat and spread it throughout your home. A furnace is connected to a duct system that will distribute heated air to the various rooms of your home, which is crucial ...[More
4 Safety Tips To Keep in Mind When Using a Space Heater
Posted On: February 15, 2019
Modern homeowners are constantly looking for thrifty ways to make their homes more comfortable; especially in the cold winter months like January and February. Many of these homeowners have learn...[More
HVAC Tips for the Best Nights Sleep
Posted On: November 14, 2018
We blame a variety of factors for our lack of sleep. Maybe it’s our own minds running furiously with thoughts about the next day, or perhaps it’s a lumpy bed’s fault or whatever noise we hear fr...[More
Furnace Maintenance: Here’s What You Should Know
Posted On: April 28, 2018
You might have certain furnace maintenance questions, especially since the heating season has just passed us. Remember, maintenance is key if you want your furnace to operate efficiently and reliably....[More
Save Money on Water Heating Bills
Posted On: April 21, 2018
Nowadays, tankless water heaters have become an increasingly popular option for homeowners all around the globe. Compared to the traditional storage of tank water heaters, tankless water heaters provi...[More
Everything You Need to Know About Furnace Filters
Posted On: April 7, 2018
Furnace filters are an integral component of an HVAC system. There are a variety of sizes and options available when talking about filters, and it is no wonder that most homeowners have so many questi...[More
Common Furnace Repair Questions
Posted On: March 21, 2018
Your furnace has definitely worked a lot during the winter, so you might have some concerns or questions about furnace repairs. We have answered some of the most commonly asked questions on furnace re...[More
Understanding HVAC Systems Better
Posted On: March 14, 2018
Whether you are cooling your office in the summer or keeping your home comfortable in the winter, HVAC systems have become a part of your everyday life. Your heating, ventilation, and air conditioning...[More
Heating System: The Ultimate Maintenance Checklist
Posted On: February 28, 2018
In some places, heating systems are in full force as they warm homes and keep families comfortable. This is why for some families, the use of heating systems has been a part of their daily norm. Maint...[More
Furnace Installation: The Basics You Need to Know
Posted On: February 21, 2018
If you are planning on having a new furnace installed, then you should know beforehand that it is a big job. If you are planning on installing your new furnace on your own – trust us, DO NOT DO IT. ...[More
Furnace and Air Conditioner - How Do They ACTUALLY Work?
Posted On: February 14, 2018
If you do not have any prior knowledge of them, heating and cooling systems are quite complex equipment to deal with. So, if you have not been trained to work on them, it is likely that you will have ...[More