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Italian Day 2017

Posted Jun 19, 2017

Since 2010, Milani has been an enthusiastic and proud participant in Italian Day on Commercial Drive. Our staff and their families love taking in the festivities, vendors and incredible food! When Milani first joined the Italian Day festivities in June 2010, we had no idea how big the event would grow to be. Our marketing […]

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What is a Heat Pump?

Posted May 25, 2017

If you’ve been thinking about installing or upgrading a home climate control system, you’ve probably heard the term “heat pump” being passed around. They are an excellent solution for keeping a comfortable temperature in your home by acting as both a heater and air conditioner. However, their use is not as common in North America, […]

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Spring Maintenance Advice from Milani Technicians

Posted Apr 20, 2017

A meadow in spring

The snow has finally melted and spring showers have started to hit Vancouver. For homeowners, this means a plethora of spring cleaning and home improvement tasks that need to be done in preparation for the coming months. Since 1956, Milani Plumbing has been a leader in the lower mainland for plumbing, drainage, heating and air […]

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Milani Heating – Boilers Unusual Noises

Posted Apr 10, 2017

If your boiler or pipes are making weird noises and don’t let you sleep at night, they need your attention.  Noises could be the first sign of a larger problem, always address them: shut the boiler down and call an expert. One of the most common noises is a banging noise coming out of the […]

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MILANI FURNACE: There is no heat at home… What could be wrong?

Posted Apr 10, 2017

MILANI FURNACE: There is no heat at home… What could be wrong?The worst thing that can happen is to come home, tired after a long day of work and your house is colder than the iceberg that sunk the Titanic! What could be wrong? Easy, your furnace is not working properly anymore. The most common […]

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MILANI FURNACE: Get Ready for Winter, Change your Filter!

Posted Apr 10, 2017

MILANI FURNACE: Get Ready for Winter, Change your Filter!The weather is getting colder everyday and you just noticed that you haven’t touch your furnace’s filter area for many months? Probably it is time to clean or replace your filter. Filters not only protect the furnace motor and internal components from airborne particles, they also prevent […]

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MILANI BOILERS – The most common central heating problems

Posted Apr 10, 2017

When was the last time you gave your central heating system proper maintenance? If your answer is two, three, four years ago or “I don’t remember”, you will probably run into problems with your boiler sooner rather than later. The boiler accounts for 60% of the cost on your yearly energy bill and yet we […]

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How to Troubleshoot a Furnace

Posted Apr 10, 2017

Use our furnace troubleshooting guide to make get the home fires burning again. For all of Vancouver’s wonderful summer weather, it comes back on us threefold during the winter months. It’s during these times when a non-functioning furnace can cause the most frustration and discomfort. Nothing’s worse than being stuck in a home without a […]

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How to Protect Your Home From Extreme Rain

Posted Apr 10, 2017

After the extremely dry summer throughout the Lower Mainland, the rain is a welcome change for the forest fires throughout the region. However, getting an entire summer’s worth of rain in one week can really cause problems to you Vancouver home. There are many steps you can take to ensure that your home remains safe […]

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How Nature Keeps Cool

Posted Apr 7, 2017

The Internet. Space Travel. Chemical Engineering. Indoor Plumbing. What do they all have in common?  They are a testament to how much Mother Nature has not accomplished. When you put our accomplishments side by side, you might wonder how she’s kept the job for so long. We have colossal, brawny V8 engines in rugged trucks […]

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