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“They've been maintaining the furnace they installed here since it went in. Good work, clean in the house.”

-        Peter S.

At Kingston Home Heating and Air, we work hard to keep our customers informed about the latest products in the heating and cooling industry and provide them with helpful information about these systems. Browse our blog posts to find useful tips and advice on all things heating and cooling. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us.

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    5 Common Myths About Air Conditioning

    With over 30 years in the HVAC industry, we have heard of many misconceptions about air condition systems. With summer approaching, we want to set things straight for homeowners. Here are the top five common myths about air conditioning that we break down.


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    Common Reasons for Air Conditioner Failures

    Has your air conditioner been giving you problems lately?


    Many factors can cause these issues, but the bottom line is that air conditioner failures can be an annoying inconvenience. Luckily, we have a guide to help you understand some of the problems your AC is experiencing. Read on to find out more. 


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    A Quick Guide to Furnace Maintenance

    The worst thing to experience in the winter is a broken furnace.  Can you imagine being stuck without heat in negative temperatures? But it could quickly become a reality if you don't take care of your furnace correctly.


    Our latest blog will teach you ways to maintain your furnace and keep it in good condition. Read on to learn more.


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    5 Tips to Keep Your HVAC Running Smooth This Winter

    Preparing your home for winter includes proper HVAC maintenance also. While others are sealing window and door frame leaks and clearing out the fireplace, be sure to prep your HVAC unit as well. There are a few steps you should take each summer and fall to get your HVAC system ready for winter. 


    Do you know what steps to take? Knowing how to prepare your HVAC for winter will ensure a warm and stress-free winter in your home. Continue reading below to learn more!


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    3 Signs It's Time to Repair Your Furnace

    As a Canadian, you know how important it is to have a working furnace when the bitter cold of winter sets in. Namely, temperatures get so cold that it can be dangerous for those in your household if your furnace suddenly breaks down.


    That's why it's so important that you take care of any necessary furnace repairs before winter. But how can you tell whether you need furnace repair? Read through this list and check for these warning signs.


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    How to Set the Correct Humidity Levels in the Winter

    Winters in Canada are a frightful part of life in the Northern hemisphere with an average of 100 deaths a year due to extreme cold and winter storms. Heating our homes is one of those things, if done right, we should be able to take for granted and go about our busy lives. Everyone has their preferred temperature levels for their home and most people set their thermostats between 18 -21 degrees Celsius, but what about humidity levels?

    Balance is key to heating your home for the best cost efficiency, health concerns, and maintaining the condition of the house itself. Too much or too little humidity can have a negative impact on your home and the health of your family. So, what is the best humidity level for your Canadian home? Keep reading to find out.


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    The Advantages of Club Membership for HVAC Service and Repair

    Many costs are associated with owning a house, and home maintenance can start to add up over time.

    When thinking about the parts of your house that need maintenance, don't forget about your HVAC system. It's important for your quality of life and comfort within your home, so it should be taken care of.

    Regular HVAC service can be expensive, but it truly pays off. Homeowners looking for cost-effective HVAC repair might find interest in club memberships.

    Are you interested in finding out more about them? At Kingston Home Heating and Air, we've put together this guide on the advantages they give you. Read on to learn more about them.


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    What Is the Most Efficient Home Heating System?

    Does your electricity bill skyrocket during the winter? Are you constantly running the furnace? You may want to invest in an energy-efficient heating system.


    Read on to learn how an HVAC contractor from Kingston Home Heating can help you choose the most efficient home heating system for your needs.


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    05/08/2020 - Kingston Home Heating and Air
    Tips to Choose Your Next Furnace

    If your old furnace has stopped working entirely, or it’s time to consider replacing it with a more efficient model, here are a few tips on making a furnace buying decision. Kingston Home Heating recommends treating your furnace as a long-term investment. Consider features that offer more safety and variable speed blowers to increase comfort.


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    05/08/2020 - Kingston Home Heating and Air
    5 Things to Consider When Purchasing a Gas Fireplace

    Today’s gas fireplaces look as good as their wood-burning counterparts, with none of the fuss or mess. At the flick of a switch, you can beautifully and efficiently heat any room in your house. But if this is your first time purchasing a gas fireplace, you may be overwhelmed by the many product choices available. Here are five things to keep in mind when you shop around.


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    05/08/2020 - Kingston Home Heating and Air
    Purchasing an A/C

    Summer is just around the corner and Canadians are turning to air conditioning (A/C) to help them get through the blistering heat that is now common place.


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    05/08/2020 - Kingston Home Heating and Air
    Routine Maintenance for Your HVAC Systems

    It’s one of those unwritten rules of life, that things wear down and may eventually break, and that routine maintenance can extend the life of your equipment, preventing future problems and unwanted costs. Prevention and maintenance are flip sides of the same coin, it’s why heating and cooling experts suggest that it’s a good idea to have your HVAC system inspected, serviced, and cleaned once a year - cooling system in the spring and the heating system in the fall.


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    05/08/2020 - Kingston Home Heating and Air
    Is your air conditioning unit performing as well as it should?

    If keeping your family comfortable is a priority for you, then you probably want your air conditioning unit to be reliable enough to weather the hot summer days of Kingston.

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    05/08/2020 - Kingston Home Heating and Air
    Air Conditioners vs. Heat Pumps—What are the Differences?

    When it comes to cooling your home during the summer, it’s important to know everything you can about the different methods to get the job done. Summers in Kingston can get exceptionally hot, and without the proper cooling system, your house is in danger of becoming virtually uninhabitable. Two cooling systems consumers often get mixed up are heat pumps and air conditioners. While both can be used to cool your home, it’s essential to know exactly how each one works before you decide which one to buy.


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  • Professional explaining the customer about Heating Systems
    05/08/2020 - Kingston Home Heating and Air
    Different Types of Heating Systems for Your Home

    There are many ways to heat your home. Whether your system is gas powered or electric, it serves the same purpose: to stave off the extreme cold of our harsh Canadian winters. It’s important to know which type of heating system you use in your house, as this allows you to have a better idea of how your system functions and what to do if any part of it stops working. At Kingston Home Heating, we’re heating contractors that provide furnace repair services to homeowners in the Kingston area. Let us walk you through some of the different types of home heating.


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    05/08/2020 - Kingston Home Heating and Air
    Reasons to Have Your Gas Fireplace Inspected This Summer

    A gas fireplace is a luxurious addition to your home, perfect for curling up in front of on those frosty winter evenings. But in order to keep it safely running, it’s important that you have it inspected by an expert at least once a year. And what better time to service your gas fireplace than during the summer months? At Kingston Home Heating, we provide fireplace repair and maintenance to everyone in the Kingston area who needs it. Here are a few reasons why it’s a good idea to have your gas fireplace inspected this summer.


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    05/08/2020 - Kingston Home Heating and Air
    How does a Heat Pump Work?

    Knowing how your heat pump works can be very useful. If you familiarize yourself with its working components, you may be able to identify potential problems that occur in the future. At Kingston Home Heating, we offer heat pump installation and repair services to those in the Kingston area. Our team of trained professionals are committed to providing quality service to our customers. Keep reading for a detailed description of how your heat pump—and all of its parts—works.


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  • woman controlling the air conditioner cooling using a remote
    05/08/2020 - Kingston Home Heating and Air
    8 Ways to Reduce Your Air Conditioning Costs This Summer

    Summer brings a lot of joy to most people. You can enjoy long days at the beach, go to a dense forest for a hike, and enjoy a number of other outdoor activities! But, the rising temperature and the increasing humidity make it very difficult to spend time indoors. This results in long hours of air conditioning within your home, and you may end up paying very high electricity bills. This year, don’t let high energy costs ruin your summer.

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    05/08/2020 - Kingston Home Heating and Air
    Eight Questions to Ask Before Choosing a Heating Contractor

    If you are shopping to replace or repair the cooling or heating systems in your home, it’s important to, first, consider a few key questions to ask before hiring an HVAC contractor.

    One of the biggest issues with lack of performance with these systems is due to improper installation of ductwork and equipment, which can result in poor air quality, low efficiency for cooling or heating, and high-cost for energy bills.
    Does the contractor work with trusted brands? Will they have the flexibility to work around your schedule? Do they offer a maintenance plan?

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Contact Details

Kingston Home Heating and Air

1154 Clyde Court,

Kingston, Ontario K7P 2E4


Business Hours

Monday - Friday 08:00 AM - 04:00 PM

Saturday - Sunday Closed

24-hour emergency service

24-hour service for heating only

Service Area

  • Kingston

  • Napanee

  • Seeleys Bay

  • Gananoque

  • Sydenham

  • Harrowsmith

  • Verona


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