About

This author has not written his bio yet.

But we are proud to say that contributed 31 entries already.

ENTRIES BY

7 Signs You Need a New Furnace Now

7 Signs You Need a New Furnace Now

Jan 18, 2022 / 0 Comments / / By   right-time

Know When It's Time to Let Go of Your Old Home Furnace Homeowner pop quiz: what are the signs to look for when your aging furnace has reached the end of its life? Is it obvious--like when it stops suddenly one cold winter day and no longer has a heartbeat? Or can it be more subtle--with moans or groans coming from the basement, as the furnace's lungs struggle to blow hot air? Not sure? No worries. We're here to help[...]

Read More
Give a Furnace for Christmas

Give the Gift of Home Comfort for Christmas This Year | Wardlaw

Dec 02, 2021 / 0 Comments / / By   right-time

A Brand New Furnace & AC: The Perfect Christmas Combo A new furnace may not be the first thing that comes to mind as a Christmas gift for someone on your list - it’s a big-ticket item, but one that will be appreciated for decades to come.   And while it may not be as flashy as a trip to Europe (or as expensive!), it will warm your house like a new puppy warms your heart.   It is also more affordable than you think - click here to take[...]

Read More

Who Needs a Protection Plan Anyway

Oct 21, 2021 / 0 Comments / / By   right-time

We thought we would skip the furnace protection plan, my husband and I, when we purchased our first home.  We were young and poor, we thought.  What could happen, we thought? What happened, exactly, was the need to replace the most expensive part of our furnace—out of pocket. The furnace guy seemed sorry to have to charge us—but was quick to point out that it would have been covered under the furnace protection plan.  We were sorry to be out a tidy sum of cash. So, who needs a Protection Plan—and what are the benefits?  Read[...]

Read More

Carbon Monoxide Poisoning in the Home

Oct 13, 2021 / 0 Comments / / By   right-time

Why Your Older Furnace May Be a Health Risk If you suspect carbon monoxide poisoning or a leak from your furnace, evacuate everyone from your home immediately. Then contact us 24 hours a day, 7 days a week for emergency service. A technician came by my home to examine my furnace for a carbon monoxide leak. "Having a CO leak, that puts you and your family at risk. You have kids, right?" I felt shaken, but relieved, when his gas[...]

Read More

Why Buying a Furnace Is Better Than Renting a Furnace

Oct 04, 2021 / 0 Comments / / By   right-time

To buy a furnace or to rent a furnace?   A technician comes to your house and gives you the news no homeowner ever wants to hear: the furnace is on its last legs, or even worse, broken.  Once the shock sets in, you ponder that replacing that older furnace could be in your near future.  With the fall and winter weather here, you clearly have a decision to make.  If you are tired of furnace breakdowns and ongoing repair bills, read on to learn some reasons why furnace ownership[...]

Read More

Furnace Buying Guide Sault Ste Marie

Oct 19, 2020 / 0 Comments / / By   right-time

With over 40 years of professional residential heating and cooling experience, the team at Wardlaw Heating & Cooling is well-equipped to help homeowners update, repair, and maintain their HVAC systems. If you’re considering installing a new furnace into your home in Sault Ste Marie, Wardlaw Heating & Cooling is prepared to provide you with solutions that will help your home become more energy-efficient. For all your heating and cooling needs, homeowners can count on us to get the job done[...]

Read More

Why is HVAC Maintenance Important?

Apr 21, 2020 / 0 Comments / / By   right-time

HVAC stands for heating, ventilation, and air conditioning. HVAC maintenance can include furnace maintenance, air conditioner maintenance, and air filters. Regular HVAC maintenance can help you avoid costly repairs, make your system more efficient, and help improve both air quality and safety. How Do HVAC Systems Work? Furnaces For homes in Sault Ste. Marie and Algoma, furnaces are typically the core of the home HVAC system. Your furnace connects to a duct system, which carries warm air around your home. [...]

Read More
Right Menu Icon