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Install pressure gauges on either side of your water filter

An easy way to determine whether it's time to change your whole house water filter(s) is…

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Commercial Rooftop Unit

Lennox Commecial Rooftop Unit

Commercial Rooftop Unit

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Pellet or Wood - Which is Better?

Pellet stoves are essentially forced air space heaters and require electricity; Wood stoves are radiant/convection heaters and do not. Both wood stoves and pellet stoves work much better when installed with the intent to heat the floors space in which they are located but the wood stove tends to be far more common as a whole house heating appliance due to its heating properties

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What does it mean to have a “Certified” appliance

A certified appliance refers to a designation affixed to the appliance by means of a a label. This label is provided by the company that has "certified" the appliance in terms of function and clearance to combustible materials. It is not a CSA sticker! The label will refer to the Authority that has performed the certification as well as the clearances (front, back and sides) as determined in the process and any other relevant information as pertains to the appliance. If the label is not present the unit is deemed "uncertified" and therefore not in compliance with the requirement for most Insurance carriers