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Finding the Best Water Softener

Category: Land & Property | Published: May 18, 2020

If you’ve ever lived anywhere with hard water, then you know how much of a strain it can put on your plumbing system, not to mention just be a general pain to deal with.

Furnace, Water Heater & BBQ Noises

Is the gas regulator in your furnace, hot water heater or barbecue creating a hissing, buzzing, humming or other noise? You may want to check out some of the suggestions below to try and isolate the noise. Similar noises in furnaces and water heaters may also be due to faulty relays, transformers, blower motor bearings,


Natural Gas & BBQ Propane Gas Leaks

Natural Gas Leaks: If you detect a skunk or rotten egg smell near your furnace or hot water heater or anywhere in the home, follow the SaskEnergy safety protocol for gas leaks. To see full details of the SaskEnergy protocol go to Here are the basic steps if you detect a natural gas leak:


Considerations when Installing a Garage Heater

What type of garage heater or shop heater should you install (portable, permanent, electric, natural gas, forced air, infrared, in floor heating, etc.)?   What are your specific requirements (constant heating, intermittent heating, spot heating, supplementary heating)? For what purpose do you use your garage?   CONSTANT CONTROLLED TEMPERATURE HEATING You have a bonus room


Common Plumbing Mistakes You May Be Making

As responsible homeowners, you might think that you are doing your best to avoid the common plumbing mistakes, but that is not always the case. It is time that you become aware of some plumbing problems and what you might be doing to make them worse.   Here are some of the most common plumbing


How to Improve the Air Quality Inside Your Home

It sure is cosier to be sealed in tight against the cold in your home during the colder months of the year, but for people who have respiratory problems or are sensitive to indoor allergens, the colder months can exacerbate problems. Having stale indoor air and heating systems will only increase the amount of allergy-inducing