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Air Conditioning Market in Ontario 2012-2016

Air Conditioning Market in Ontario 2012-2016

Is a report on air conditioners worth $5000? A recent report on the Global air Conditioner Market has been released detailing the forecast for anything A/C related from 2012-2016. The report aims to answer all of the following questions: What will the market size be in 2016 and what will be the growth rate? What are key market trends? What is driving this market? What are the challenges to market growth? Who are the key vendors in this market space? What are the market opportunities and threats faced by key vendors? What are the strengths and weaknesses of each of these key vendors? Now to get access to a copy of this companies report they want close to 5000 dollars.  The report does take a look at over 60 countries and analysis each locality, but I think we can do better and for FREE. We have been dealing with air conditioners for well over a decade, I would say that the employees here are experts in the field for the Canadian industry. Therefore I proposed all of the above questions to everyone here and summarized their views and opinions below. What will the market size be in 2016 and what will be the growth rate? Every single person suggested that the market would continue to grow at a sustained pace but market size suggestions varied significantly. What are key market trends? Again there was a clear stance by respondents that efficiency increases would continue to be a market trend that all manufactures will continue to pursue.  Cheaper, energy efficient systems were mentioned.  A few people talked about the move towards home automation systems and having a connection to your homes cooling system through the internet and smart phones. What is driving this market? Employees responded with a number of thoughts regarding the driving factor.  While reviewing the results I couldn’t help but think that each suggestion was responsible in some form or another. Electricity cost Environmental consciousness Efficiency Energy costs Growth in Connectivity Comfort requirements What are the challenges to market growth? Your air conditioner sits outside pretty much out of sight and out of mind.  It is easy for home owners to forget how much change has occurred in...

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Where Is Winter This Year?

It’s winter here in Canada, January in fact, and you wouldn’t really know it with the day we had today.  If it gets any warmer people may have to think about starting up their air conditioners.  It’s weird to think but at the rate were going the next piece of extinct equipment is going to be the furnace. Whats the connection between an air conditioner and winter here in Toronto? Well, it’s simple and air conditioner can be one of the cheapest form of heating.  Some new A/C units have inverter technology installed into the new modern air conditioners. This technology allows owners to expect almost four times the amount of kw heating out of one single kw of power. In the near future you may have an air conditioner installation as opposed to a furnace for your homes heating needs.  ...

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Winterizing Your Air Conditioner

Winterizing or shutting your A/C down properly for the season is an important part of extending the life of the unit.  Here are the steps you should take to ensure your air conditioner is in top top shape come next summer. Wash you A/C thoroughly with the hose, remove leaves, grass, and any dirt before covering it. Allow the unit to completely dry and physically remove any leftover debris. Drain any water from your window-mounted evaporation-cooler air conditioner. Evaporative coolers, cool the air by pumping water over a set of cooling pads. Any water that you leave in the cooler will freeze and can damage costly parts, so make sure to drain it well. (not very common in Canada) Cover you air conditioner with an appropriate cover to restrict water and snow access that could rust your unit. Secure the cover with bungee cords or ropes so that it does not shift or blow away. Periodically check the cover during the winter to ensure that it is performing as it should. And that is how you should winterize your air...

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Etobicoke A/C

Etobicoke Air Conditioner Etobicoke is located in the western portion of Toronto, Ontario, Canada and has a population of roughly 340,000. Etobicoke is home to only 13% of Toronto’s population yet it occupies about 20% of its total land area. It is bordered on the south by Lake Ontario, on the east by the Humber River, on the west by the city of Mississauga. To the north it’s bordered by the city of Vaughan, and on the northwest by the City of Brampton. Most of the homes in Etobicoke are single detached and thus employ air conditioners to cool the inside air. Getting together with neighbours or friends and purchasing multiple air conditioners can result in significant savings for home owners. If this is something you are able to organize give us a call or send us a quick message and we can offer some great savings. Homes in the Etobicoke region are also able to apply for Government grants and incentives to help in replacing old air conditioners. You can find out more about grants and incentives on central air conditioners for Etobicoke residents here.  These rebates apply to more than just A/C systems, your homes furnace and toilets can also net you a tidy rebate! Call: 647 925...

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A/C Links

Check out these links to common air conditioner brands and related information on grants and rebates for home owners. Air Conditioner Brands and Equipment Lennox Air Conditioners Amana Air Conditioners Payne Air Conditioners Everest Air Conditioners Additional sites Tankless Water Heaters Eco Energy Audits Government of...

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