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We Install, Repair & Service

  • Furnace 
  • Boiler
  • Air Handler
  • Thermostat


We Install, Repair & Service

  • Air Conditioner
  • Heat Pump
  • Ductless AC
  • Thermostat
water heater

Water Heating

We Install, Repair & Service

  • Electric Water Heater
  • Tankless
  • Water Heater
  • Air Conditioner
  • Heat Pump
  • Ductless
  • Thermostat

Naural/Propane Gas Line

We Install, Repair & Move and reinstall

  • Gas Line Outdoor-    BBQ, Hot Tub, Pool Heaters etc.
  • Gas Line Indoor- Fireplace, Gas stove, Dryer etc.
air quality

Air Quality/ Filtration

We Install, Repair & Service

  • HRV
  • ERV
  • HEPA Filtration
  • Humdifier

Water Heating

  • Electric Water Heater
  • Tankless
  • Water Heater

Areas Where we Cater

Peel Region

  •  Mississauga
  • Brampton
  • Caledon

Halton Region

  • Halton Hills
  • Milton
  • Oakville
  • Burlington 

City of Toronto

  • Toronto
  • Etobicoke

York Region

  • Vaughan
  • King

Hamilton Region

  • Flamborough
  • Dundas
  • Hamilton
  • Stoney Creek
  • Glanbrook

Also cater HVAC services to

  • Huttonville
  • Churchville
  • Streetville
  • Aldershot
  • Puslinch
  • Hannon
  • Binbrook
  • Georgetown
  • Campbellville
  • Waterdown
  • Ancaster
  • Mt Hope
  • Grimsby

Frequently Asked Questions

1 : How important is my indoor air quality?

The short answer? So important! Your indoor air quality can be as much as 100 times worse than the outdoor air. That means pollutants, allergens, dust, and mildew can be circulating in your home affecting your family’s health and wellbeing. Improving and maintaining your indoor air quality is vitally important to your home and family.

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2 : Which Type of Water Heater is Right for Me?

Both traditional and tankless water heaters have distinct advantages. Tank water heaters are far less expensive to install, so from an upfront cost standpoint, they are a better choice than tankless water heaters. However, while tankless systems are more expensive to install and repair than traditional models, they are also more energy-efficient, as they do not use energy reheating your water heater over and over again in a tank. That means using a tankless water heater could end up saving you a lot on utility bills in the long run. Traditionally, tank water heaters have been a better choice for people who live in large houses, where multiple taps may need to run at once. However, thanks to recent advancements, tankless systems are increasingly capable of covering large homes, too. And of course, if a tankless water heater works correctly, it presents the distinct advantage of being able to deliver a continuous supply of hot water on-demand.

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3 : What Size Water Heater Do I Need?

As mentioned above, traditional water heaters have long been considered the better choice for large homes. However, not all tank water heaters come in the same shape and size. If you have a large family – say four people or more – you will want to install a water heater with a tank that can hold between 50 and 80 gallons of water at a time. On the other hand, if you live in a small home, with only one other person, you will probably be better suited to a unit that holds 23-36 gallons. If you’re looking to install a tankless water heater, conversely, the size of the unit is less important than the system’s flow rate (another advantage of tankless water heaters is that they are always fairly small, and therefore relatively easy to access.) A tankless heater’s flow rate is measured in gallons per minute, or GPM. The bigger your home is, the higher GPM your tankless system will need to have.

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4 : When Should I Replace My Water Heater?

As a general rule of thumb, you should upgrade to a new tank water heater every 10-15 years, and a new tankless system every 20 years. If you do not know how old your current water heater is, you can usually figure it out by looking at the serial number, located somewhere on the unit. Other signs that it may be time to install a new water heater include strange noises or smells coming from your system or appearing in your water, uneven water temperature or flow, and increasing energy bills.

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5 : What are the benefits of attic ventilation?

Did you know that when the summer heat beats down on your roof the attic can reach up to 150 degrees? Having attic ventilation can help control moisture, keep cooling costs down, and prevent the accumulation of mold and mildew.

For more details contact Lavish Home Comfort Ltd. +1 647-615-0488 ,

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