Sunday, 16 November 2014
Thanks to its location on the shores of Lake Ontario, Toronto experiences relatively milder winters and cooler summers. That being said, a lot of households in Ontario’s provincial capital rely on air conditioning (a/c) systems for optimum comfort throughout the year, particularly during summer. Air conditioning units range from the commonly known window units to central air conditioning systems. For ease of use and installation, however, nothing beats ductless air conditioners.
Friday, 14 November 2014
The 2013-2014 winter season was a chilling reminder (pun intended) of the need for reliable home heating systems. At the time, temperatures dropped to as low as -30 degrees, with some cities like Toronto even breaking records by experiencing the coldest winter in 20 years. Fortunately, Canadians can expect a generally milder and more comfortable winter this time around, at least according to this forecast from AccuWeather’s Brett Anderson.