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We offer a wide range of installation, repair, and maintenance services.
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Design and Installation, Repair Hydronic Heating Systems, Over-heating Problems, Circulation Problems, Power Descaling, Flushing Heating Systems
Natural Gas/Propane Installation, Service and Repair, Barbecues, Stoves, Fridges, Pipework, Boilers, Furnaces, Gas Dryers, etc...
Plumbing Maintenance &Repair
Showers, Lake Pumps, Pipe Repair, Faucets, Winterizing House/Cottage.
Complete Bathroom Renovation, Design, Removal/Replacement from start to finish, Bathroom Wall and Floor Tiling, Sinks, Tubs, Shower Upgrading
Roto Rooting & Drainage Cleaning
Drainage/Sewer Cleaning and Preventative Maintenance, Blocked Pipes, Sewage, Pump Repair/Replacement
Heating System Comfort & Controls
Thermostat and control upgrades to control remotely with WIFI
Full Heating Systems
Gas Fireplaces, Wall Furnaces, Ducting, Ventilation, Radiant In-floor Systems, Gas Boilers, Wall Furnaces, Tanked Hot Water Heaters, Tankless Hot Water Heaters, Solar Hot Water Systems
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Carbon Monoxide Alarms
We care about your safety!
CO Alarms - When was yours last checked?
Annual safety inspections are important!!
Most think the best way to protect against carbon monoxide poisoning is to have a CO Alarm in the home. While this is important, the first line of defense against carbon monoxide poisoning is prevention through annual inspections of your home heating equipment, including vents and chimneys.
Alarms are a good second line of defense and every home should have at least one on each floor of your home or cottage.
The sensors on CO Alarms wear out over time. Check the manufacturer's instructions to determine when your particular unit should be replaced (usually after 7 to 10 years for CO Alarms and 10 years for Smoke Detectors.
Remember to test your CO Alarms and Smoke Detectors once a month by pushing the unit's test button
Replace the batteries once a year, including the back-up batteries for plug-in alarms
A good habit is to change the batteries every fall and spring when you change your clocks
Where To Install A CO Alarm
On every level of your home or cottage
In your RV and boat cabin
Near sleeping areas
In your boathouse
Did You Know?
Carbon monoxide mixes with air, unlike smoke which rises to the ceiling. If a combination Smoke/CO Detector is used, it should be located on the ceiling to detect smoke effectively.
Where Not To Install A CO Alarm
Near windows or vents
Near heating or fuel-burning appliances
Near smoke alarms (unless a combination alarm)
Things To Know About CO Alarms
A CO Alarm works like a Smoke Detector in your home and beeps loudly when the sensors detect carbon monoxide. If you are searching for a CO Alarm, look for the CSA Blue Flame mark as well as the reference "CSA 6.19.01". This is the most updated Canadian standard. This shows that the alarm meets the recognized standards for safety.
CO Alarms should be installed as per the manufacturer's instructions. Follow the same manufacturer's maintenance procedures as you would with Smoke Detectors.