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Lynn’s HVAC Winnipeg plumbing, heating, cooling is a small family owned and operated business since 1980. We pride ourselves on quality work completed by licensed technicians. We believe our outstanding customer service sets us apart from other Winnipeg residential plumbing, heating and cooling companies. Experience the difference and be a part of the Lynn’s family! “We provide comfort at your door!”

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Services we provide:
- HVAC repair
- AC repair & install
- Furnace repair & installation
- Hot water tanks
- Water Heaters
- clogged drains & sewage
- 24/7 Emergency Plumbing

Areas we serve:
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Unit 7B - 885 Redonda St Winnipeg, MB R2C 2Z2

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Address: 885 Redonda St Unit 7B, Winnipeg, MB R2C 2Z2
Phone: 204-817-1595

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Get Your HVAC System Ready For Winter

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Before the temperature drops to freezing and you crank your thermostat up, take a few minutes to inspect your HVAC system, change your air filters, and prepare your home for the long, cold winter months ahead. A couple of simple techniques will get your home's heating system in top shape so it can do its job to keep your home warm. Besides helping to make sure that you don't end up in the middle of the cold season with a broken heater or furnace, these tips can also save you money on those expensive heating bills.

One of the first steps that you can do is inspect your home's windows and doorways for leaks where air is moving. If you find these, and chances are you will, simply caulk or install some weather stripping so seal up the exposure. It may take some time going to each window to perform this maintenance, but it's a great way to get familiar with the challenges that your HVAC system has to overcome in order to keep your home comfortable. These tiny gaps around windows and doors may seem insignificant, and they likely are when viewed singly. But combine them, and you can watch your heat flowing straight out of your home - along with a couple of dollars from your wallet too. If the heat in your home is escaping through cracks around window frames and sils, or openings around your doorways, your heater has to work extra hard to maintain the thermostat's temperature. Sealing these cracks will save unnecessary work on your HVAC system, and unnecessary strain on your wallet.

Next, you should change your home's air filter. Air filters doing their job to trap particles of dust, debris, and germs get pretty nasty really quick. When you're spending a lot of time indoors this winter, be sure the air that you're breathing is as clean as it can be. Not only will you help combat allergies, but clogged air filters can put a strain on your home's heating system. When the air filters get clogged air can't flow through the filter properly making it harder to keep the temperature in your home regulated. A clean air filter means that your heating unit can push warm air through your duct system quickly and effectively, and you can be sure the air you're breathing is clean.

Finally, do the research on your home's HVAC unit. Take the make, model, and year number and perform a little background research into the unit. You'll discover common problems and fixes, the average lifespan, and you'll find replacement parts and tips to keep the machine running optimally. Get to know the heating and cooling unit that does so much to keep your family comfortable!

If you want to call a professional to give your home's heating and cooling system a checkup, consider asking your HVAC company to inspect your home's duct system to see if it needs cleaning. This is a simple process that HVAC companies are extremely familiar with, especially around the season changes. A quality HVAC company will be able to perform this routine maintenance easily and give you some extra tips on keeping your family warm, and your HVAC unit happy, this winter.

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HVAC Maintenance - 5 Simple Tips That Can Lower Your Energy Bills and Extend the Life of Your System

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HVAC maintenance is an essential part of home ownership. By maintaining your unit, you will dramatically improve its' efficiency, save on utility costs and avoid potential breakdowns. Make sure that you turn off the electrical breakers to your HVAC whenever you are doing maintenance.

Periodic maintenance will also dramatically extend the life of your unit. So here are a few tips for thing that you should check to make sure your system is working correctly.

Change Your Filters
One of the most cost effective steps that you can take is to change your filters on a regular basis. Your filters are designed to remove dirt and allergens from the air circulating in your home. By changing them on a regular basis you can keep the air in your home cleaner for you and your family.

But changing filters will also help your HVAC system work better and experience fewer mechanical problems. Over time, as the filter removes more debris from your home's air, it becomes clogged and works less efficiently. This not only puts more strain on your system but also wastes utilities.

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Check Your Fan
As it operates, the fan that circulates the air can become loose due to vibration. Whenever you change your filters check the fan to make sure that it is solidly placed. If the bolts that hold it in place are loosened it allows the fan to move and that slackens the fan belt.

Check Your Fan Belt
Fan belts are one of the pieces that are constantly moving in your furnace. Check them every time you change your filter to see if they are becoming worn and need replacing. If they are shiny it can indicate that the belt is sliding on the pulley and has stretched or loosened enough that it no longer has a tight fit.

Clean The Fan Blades
Check and vacuum the blower area. Also make sure to use a brush or rag to wipe of the fan blades. Dust and dirt build-up on the fan blades can lead to extra strain on the motor and even throw your fan out of balance.

Oil The Fan Motor
Putting a few drops on the blower motor can keep it running smoothly. However, some newer motors are sealed and don't require oil so make sure that you check with your HVAC maintenance person about whether or not you need to oil the motor.

Once A Year
Every year it is important that you have a HVAC maintenance professional check your HVAC unit. If it is a combination heater/cooler unit having it checked at the change of seasons is a good idea. You should also check various components including the air filters, belt, the air ducts, and the fan controls. If appropriate, also inspect your burner flame.

By taking good care of your HVAC unit you will get a longer life out of it and lower overall maintenance costs. Just like anything else that requires regular maintenance, waiting until it is broken will only up the expense of fixing it. Make sure that you do regular HVAC maintenance and you'll be much less likely to be sitting in the heat one hot night with a broken air conditioner trying to find someone who can fix it.

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