Heating

Residential Heating

In Southern Ontario, having reliable heating system is essential. For a homeowner, a furnace break down is a stressful situation, and we understand the sense of urgency that it can create.  Don’t wait for an emergency – Get in touch with us if you notice any of the following warning signs:

  • A rising energy bill
  • Frequent repairs and replacement of parts
  • Different temperatures in different rooms
  • Strange noises
  • Dry, dusty, stuffy, or stale air

Furnaces have a lifespan of approximately 15-20 years, so if yours is approaching retirement, consider a replacement or upgrade.  Give us a call to inquire more about heating and furnace repairs in the Kitchener, Waterloo, and surrounding areas today. Our professional technicians will come in and assess the situation.

Furnaces and heating systems come in many shapes, sizes, and functions. Your furnace will quickly become the most important appliance in the house! Let us know your home’s needs, what fuel sources are available, and how much space you need to heat so we can recommend the best possible model for you.

No matter what system your household runs, a furnace should always do the same thing:  Keep you and your family warm and comfortable.

What can you expect during a routine tune-up?

What can you expect during a routine tune-up?

Our technicians will check important components of your heating system during maintenance. Some of this work includes:

  • Inspecting and cleaning gas burners. Our techs will also examine your heat exchanger for cracks. These cracks can cause life-threatening carbon monoxide leaks or a fire.
  • Observing airflow and blower operation to ensure your furnace is operating correctly.
  • Checking the gas valve. This makes sure the precise fuel supply pressure is sent to the furnace, allowing it to heat safely.
  • Perform a combustion analysis
  • Clean blower wheel, if required
  • Examining electrical-powered parts for damage or corrosion.
  • If you have an older furnace, we will also check the pilot light