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5 Reasons to Splurge on Air Conditioning in Alberta

Posted by Peak Sewer on December 28, 2020

Do you know that feeling of anticipation for summer that you have when winter is blasting at full force? It can be disappointing to finally get to the hot summer months only to find yourself suffering discomfort in your home. For that reason alone, it may be worth it to splurge on an air conditioning…Read More Here!

Repairing vs Replacing Your Furnace This Winter

Posted by Peak Sewer on November 28, 2020

Did you know that heating costs typically eat up around 42% of your energy bill? That’s a large chunk of your utility costs and the number one culprit is a furnace system that doesn’t work as it should. Furnace units that have to work harder to produce heat cannot work efficiently. For this reason, if…Read More Here!

The Do’s and Don’t of Portable Air Conditioning Units

Posted by Peak Sewer on October 28, 2020

Do you have a hard time keeping your home cool during the sweltering summer months? Not everyone in Edmonton is able or ready to run out and buy a mini-split air conditioning system. People who rent, or live in smaller spaces, typically do not have a need for larger AC systems. However, portable air conditioners…Read More Here!

8 Ways to Keep Your Home Warm Without Turning Your Furnace On

Posted by Peak Sewer on September 28, 2020

Unlike the gradual transition from cold to warmth that spring provides, the chilly autumn weather seems to come on quickly in Edmonton. Turning on your heat during the months of September and October seems like an admission of defeat and an acceptance that summer is actually over. Most people try to stay away from turning…Read More Here!

How Do Cooling Towers Work?

Posted by Peak Sewer on August 28, 2020

Ever wonder how offices, schools and other commercial buildings stay cool while the temperatures outside begin to climb? You’d think it’d be a simple matter of using an air conditioning unit but, for larger spaces, this isn’t always practical. Instead, larger buildings rely on cooling towers to remove the heat by cooling a stream of…Read More Here!