Being Comfortable In Your Home Is Easier Than You Think!

This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Lennox. All opinions are 100% mine.

As you know, I often post about inspiration and ideas for decorating your home, but seldom about what’s behind the drywall. I’ve received a lot of questions of the years about how we keep our home at such a comfortable temperature during the cold Canadian winters and throughout the hot summers, especially with the giant windows in our living room!

Temperatures here can swing by 60 or more degrees Celsius in a calendar year, so it’s important to be prepared with the right Home HVAC System!   Learn more

When we built our home, we wanted to maximize the natural light available, but with that came hot, unbearable summers in our living room as you can imagine with these 12-foot windows! We were so happy with our Lennox® Heating System that we knew they were the right brand to go to when we needed to add an Air Conditioning System, too! Now we can enjoy our entire home at a comfortable temperature all year long with Lennox’ Healthy Climate Solutions ™.

I’ve also always been one of those people who fears turning on the oven to bake anything in the summer months because I don’t want to “heat up the house too much.” Thanks to my Lennox Air Conditioning System, I can bake up a storm and my home remains a comfortable temperature!


Indoor Air Quality

Something else worth mentioning when it comes to HVAC in the home is the importance of indoor air quality. Sure, we all change our furnace filters on a regular basis, but sometimes that isn’t enough. I personally suffer with allergies – some of which are the lovely airborne kind that we seem to deal with from April to September!! With all the dust, pollen and allergens in the air, I needed something more.

The PureAir™ S Air Purification System from Lennox was the absolute right answer for this. Rather than cleaning a single room or area in your home, PureAir™ is an entire home solution that provides cleaner air for every room in your home!

I also feel like it helps keep us healthier because it also combats germs, bacteria and chemical odours and vapours! It also gives me peace of mind about the air that my family is breathing. It also helps remove cooking odours more quickly, too!

Added bonus: I’ve noticed that cleaner air in my home means less dust on floors and furniture, too!


Efficiency = Cost Efficiency

In the last year, our government has also imposed a carbon tax which has caused an increase in heating and cooling costs for many. Thankfully, our Lennox Home Comfort System runs so efficiently that we barely noticed an energy cost increase!

A more efficient system = less dollars spent in heating and cooling! 

The iComfort® S30’s Ultra-Smart Thermostat is another great product for home efficiency. It has an “Away Mode” that uses the GPS in your smartphone to detect when you’re leaving and returning home to automatically increase system efficiency. That way you aren’t paying for heat and air when you don’t need it, but your home will be a comfortable temperature when you’re there! Plus, its design is sleek and modern – the perfect addition to your smart home!


Dollars + Sense

Do you think that a new Lennox Home Comfort System might be right for you? Is your current system outdated or inefficient? Have you checked the ENERGY STAR® rating of your current system? This could be costing you extra dollars in inefficiency, too.

Did you know that air conditioners and heat pumps last an average of 10 to 12 years, while furnaces have a life span of around 15 to 20 years? If your equipment is within those ranges, expect more repairs in the near future.

Often the cost of repairing an existing system can be up to 50% of the cost of purchasing a new one. Also, changing and improving technology overall means that HVAC systems and tech improve, too!

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Carlee Krtolica
Carlee Krtolica

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