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Know where your main water shutoff is located

Make a point of locating your main water shutoff, ensure it is well labelled and advise everyone…

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Lennox Multi-Furnace

Commercial Lennox mutli-furnace installation

Lennox Multi-Furnace

Frequently Asked QUESTIONS

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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. 

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What is the difference between Acrylic and Gelcoat fiberglass?

Acrylic is a non-porous, solid surface material and retains a high gloss finish better than other material. It is easy to clean, withstands constant use and will last for many years. It will not fade over time as the color is the same all the way through the material an due to the process in which is is manufactured, offers a greater variety of styles. Gelcoat fiberglass, on the other hand, will fade and the Gelcoating will rub off over time exposing the porous fiberglass. Once exposed these pores can harbor bacteria, mold and mildew which can then begin to break down the product. While Gelcoat costs less, it will not last as long as Acrylic and may therefore not provide the value over time that an Acrylic product does.