Clear snow from your outdoor exhaust vents.

Avoid a heating system breakdown or the shutdown of your water heater.

In the event of a significant accumulation of snow, the exhaust vents or air intakes of your natural gas equipment could become blocked, causing your equipment to automatically shut down. To avoid this inconvenience, it is important to clear all snow accumulation, as suggested in this short video.

Replace your filter every three months.

New season, new filter.

If the quality of the air you breathe is important, be sure to replace your furnace filter every three months. This is even more necessary if you have a pet or if there is a smoker in your home. Replacing the filter will also help your heater function optimally, because air will circulate freely, without obstruction. Watch this short video.

Replace the batteries in your thermostat.

Replace the batteries twice a year.

To avoid the inconvenience of a heating system breakdown, replace the batteries in your thermostat twice a year. A good tip to remind you: replace your batteries when the time changes in the spring and fall. Also consider the batteries in your smoke and carbon monoxide detectors. Watch this short video.

Check your fuses or circuit breakers.

In the event of a breakdown, do this check.

If you have a heating system breakdown or your water heater no longer works, check your electrical panel to see if the fuse has blown or the circuit breaker has tripped. If the fuse cannot be replaced or the circuit breaker reset, there is still a problem. If this is the case, contact GMP √Čnergie immediately. Watch this short video.