Home Performance Stakeholders Council Member

At Tidal Mechanical, we're proud members of the Home Performance Stakeholder Council (HPSC), aligning with the top-tier standards and initiatives set by this esteemed organization.

Our commitment to the HPSC underscores our dedication to excellence in home performance, focusing on whole-home improvement, energy efficiency, and sustainability.

As part of a network that champions better building practices, innovative technologies, and customer satisfaction, we ensure that every project reflects the highest industry standards, contributing to a greener, more efficient future for British Columbia.

Tidal Mechanical: Championing Home Performance Excellence as HPSC Members:

  • Aligned with HPSC Standards:

    Demonstrating our commitment to excellence through adherence to HPSC's comprehensive home performance criteria.

  • Safety First in Home Performance:

    Elevating home safety and comfort through our dedicated HPSC-guided HVAC services and installations.

  • Leading with Best Practices:

    Incorporating HPSC-endorsed innovations for top-tier, efficient, and effective home performance solutions.

Our HPSC membership at Tidal Mechanical is a testament to our unwavering standards, ensuring your confidence in every service. This affiliation mirrors our dedication to safety, excellence, and fulfilling customer needs, emphasizing our role in advancing the home performance industry.

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How often should I schedule maintenance for my heating system?

Regular maintenance is crucial for optimal performance. It's recommended to have your heating system serviced annually to identify and address potential issues, ensuring efficient operation and preventing costly repairs.

What are common signs of a plumbing leak, and what should I do if I suspect one?

Signs of a plumbing leak include water stains, dampness, or unexplained increases in water bills. If you suspect a leak, turn off the main water supply, and contact us immediately to assess and repair the issue.

What can I do to improve energy efficiency in my home's heating system?

To enhance energy efficiency, consider upgrading to a programmable thermostat, seal any drafts in windows and doors, and ensure proper insulation. Additionally, schedule regular HVAC maintenance to keep your heating system running efficiently and identify opportunities for improvements. If your equipment is over 15 years old replacement may be the best option.

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  • Coquitlam

  • Port Coquitlam

  • Port Moody

  • Burnaby

  • Pitt Meadows

  • Vancouver

  • Langley

  • Maple Ridge

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