Bayview Plumbing And Heating Launches New Blog Ahead Of The New Year

November 14, 2019 - /PressAdvantage/ - Toronto, ON based Bayview Plumbing and Heating is pleased to announce that they recently launched their new blog, which can now be accessed on their main website. The blog covers a variety of topics related to the Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning (HVAC) industry, and homeowners and businesses alike are sure to find helpful information within the blog’s articles.

With the dawn of the new year around the corner and the coldest month of this winter season to follow right after, the blog’s launch presents a golden opportunity for Ontario residents to learn more about the appliances and devices that keep their homes comfortable, such as furnaces. Given how important these appliances are, and how debilitating a breakdown can be (especially if it were to occur unexpectedly in the middle of the night), Bayview Plumbing and Heating recommends that furnace owners take a good look at the information included in the blog to ensure they are doing everything they can to keep themselves and their loved ones in good health. The company also affirms that they are always available to answer any questions if necessary.

For instance, readers may look up the article, ‘Choosing the Right High Efficiency Furnace for Your Home,’ to learn more about purchasing more modern and efficient furnaces that will do the best job for the least amount of investment, effectively giving the owner the most bang for their buck. As the article states, “You can enjoy a wide range of benefits if you choose to install a high efficiency furnace in your home. It will keep your home warm and not burden you with frequent breakdowns, costly repairs, and high energy costs.” Read more here:

It continues, “If your home furnace no longer works, it’s certainly time for a brand-new, high-efficiency heating system. However, even if your old heating system appears to work all right, it might be time to think about changing it with a more effective design—to lower energy expenses, eliminate environmental issues, reduce noise levels, and reduce maintenance costs.”

Since the company also offers expert plumbing services, the content on their blog similarly reflects their perspective of the plumbing issues that occur on their customers’ properties. With the harsh jaws of winter closing in, homeowners will likely benefit from reading ‘Winter Plumbing Tips for Homeowners,’ an article that explores a variety of strategies that homeowners can take (without expert help) to ensure that the pipes in their homes continue to function as intended and do not suffer any catastrophic failures at an inopportune moment.

The article goes into some detail on the warning signs that homeowners should look out for. For example, it says that, “During winter, it is advisable that you keep an eye on water pressure; the first sign that your water pipes are frozen is restricted water flow. When you notice this, it is important that you act fast.” It adds that people should take particular care in the evenings, since this is when temperatures are at their lowest and pipes are most liable to freeze. The article advises that homeowners, “let the water trickle from the faucets at a width that’s slightly smaller than a pencil. This will help prevent freezing since moving water doesn’t freeze.”

Yet another article covers how people should avoid damaging their health in order to save money, referring to the practice of buying cheaper or less efficient HVAC systems that end up having a detrimental impact on the health of the property’s inhabitants. In ‘Don’t Compromise Health for Savings!’ the company says that, “Saving money and conserving energy is actually pretty good, considering the continuous increase in daily needs such as gas, electricity, and the like, but one must not compromise their health in the hopes of saving a few bucks. Those savings will actually vaporize in a matter of minutes when you’re lying on a hospital bed due to heat-related sickness.”

HVAC owners may look up these articles and read them in full (along with similarly informative posts) on the company’s official website. They may also reach out to Ken German of Bayview Plumbing & Heating to follow up on any further inquiries they may have. The blog can be accessed through the following link:


For more information about Bayview Plumbing & Heating, contact the company here:

Bayview Plumbing & Heating
Ken German
672 Islington Ave
Toronto, ON M9V 2X5

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