Our Services

Serving both residential and commercial properties, we supply & install complete plumbing & HVAC systems. We specialize in replacement HVAC systems for existing homes and other retrofit applications. To request an estimate, visit our sales page.

Service, repair & maintenance is available for all makes & models of plumbing & HVAC equipment, including but not limited to:

What's So Important About Maintenance, Anyway?

Fewer Break Downs.

The number one cause of equipment breakdown is poor or improper maintenance. Your furnace, like any other machine, has motors, filters, electrical, and other components that require care & cleaning on a regular basis. Regular maintenance can detect small problems before they become big ones. Properly maintained equipment is less likely to break down, avoiding costly repair bills and the inconvenience of a malfunctioning HVAC system.

Higher Efficiency.

Regular maintenance can also help increase the efficiency of your HVAC system. As dirt and dust build up on its interior components, your furnace or boiler must work harder and harder to heat your home. The harder the unit has to work, the higher your energy bills. Keeping your system properly maintained helps it run at peak efficiency, saving you money.

Peace of mind.

As with all gas-fired equipment, your HVAC system is constantly outputting carbon monoxide (CO). A byproduct of combustion, CO is a colourless, odourless, and tasteless gas that is highly toxic to humans. At concentrations as low as 200 ppm, CO can cause headaches, dizziness, fatigue and nausea. At 800 ppm, CO becomes deadly within 2-3 hours.

When your heating equipment functions properly, CO and other gases are safely vented to the outside of your home through plastic vent piping or the chimney. However, if there is a defect in your chimney or vent piping, or there is a malfunction with your heating system (such as small cracks or holes in the heat exchanger, which can easily go unnoticed), your equipment could be pumping these toxic gases directly into your home, putting you and your family at risk.

Regular maintenance of your equipment will check for these types of problems, ensuring your equipment is firing normally, venting properly, and operating safely. While devices such as CO detectors offer some protection, they too can malfunction, leaving you at risk. The only way to fully protect yourself and your family is to have your system checked and maintained by a professional heating contractor on a regular basis.