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Articles about Air Conditioning and Heating

Indoor humidity: Finding the right balance

July 21, 2017

Just as the temperature shown on your thermometer, relative humidity plays an important role in your daily comfort.

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Controlling indoor humidity

June 22, 2017

Just as the temperature shown on your thermostat, the relative humidity level in your home has a direct impact on the air quality and the comfort of occupants.

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Geothermal: Versatile comfort systems

May 18, 2017

Geothermal technology has gained popularity over the last decade.

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Geothermal heating: forced air or hot water system?

April 12, 2017

Still largely unknown just a few years ago, geothermal energy technology is gaining popularity. Because it harnesses the free and renewable energy stored in the earth, it represents an effective and sensible heating and air conditioning solution for future generations.

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The maintenance of your central heating

October 19th 2016

What needs to be done during the maintenance of your central heating system? The Master Group’s specialists give you some advice to consider.

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Air conditioning or not?

April 29th 2016

Once considered a luxury, air conditioning has been democratized over the years to become a standard commodity. It is now affordable for almost everyone to enjoy a cool breeze during the most overwhelming heat waves.

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Air conditioner maintenance

April 14th 2016

Air conditioners require maintenance. The efficiency, proper operation and durability of your air conditioner relies on good maintenance. 

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Central heating

December 15th 2015

By definition, a central heating is a system with a single power supply which has the ability to heat a whole house by distributing heat in every room through a network of ventilation ducts or pipes. Energy sources vary according to their availability by region: electricity, oil, gas, propane and wood are the most frequently used.

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Indoor units: which one to choose?

March 20th 2015

You have chosen a ductless system and all you have left to do is choose the type of indoor units. Most manufacturers now offer various types of indoor units designed to meet both your comfort needs at the particular architecture of your home.

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