The furnace is the heart of your home’s heating system. Your furnace helps generate heat for all the rooms in your house. When your furnace runs into trouble, you risk compromising your home’s heating without seeking professional furnace repair in Calgary. Improper furnace installation and repair can lead to problems such as poor heating, increased energy bills, and even dangerous carbon monoxide leaks that require emergency furnace repair.
At Evolution Plumbing & Heating, we’ll ensure your home remains warm amid Calgary’s cold snaps. We address any issue with furnace maintenance, from inspections and installations to repairs and replacements for a furnace tune-up. Our commitment to safety and best practices is how we consistently deliver quality results with any furnace issue we encounter.
By setting this standard of excellence, we ensure your furnace’s overall performance, which helps improve your air quality, extend your furnace’s lifespan, and save on energy costs.
Keep your home warm during Calgary’s cold weather with Evolution Plumbing & Heating. Our detailed inspection can provide insight towards a solution and offer either installation, repair, or replacement properly and safely to help optimize your furnace’s performance. Trust in the best furnace servicing in Calgary to evolve your furnace for the better from the Calgary plumbing and heating experts.
Yes, there is! Furnaces can either be natural gas, oil, electric, or propane. Each has its own advantages & disadvantages. However, most households use natural gas and electric furnaces due to Calgary’s colder climate. At Evolution, we rely on the best brands such as Lennox, Coleman, Carrier, and Goodman if we need to replace your furnace.
Your furnace not turning on is an obvious sign. Other signs include poor airflow, blowing cold air, the smell of gas, it makes abnormal sounds, you’re always adjusting your thermostat, & your heating bill being unusually high.
If your furnace doesn’t run despite your working thermostat, you’ll want to turn off the breaker before inspecting it for a clogged filter, an engaged safety switch, or dirty burners. Those experienced with these furnace issues can do something about these potential issues. But, if you’re inexperienced, it’s usually best to reach out to a professional about what’s wrong since they can fix it properly.
Beyond turning on the thermostat, you can prepare by changing your air filters, cleaning & lubricate the blower motor, testing the igniter switch, & inspect carbon monoxide detectors. In addition, a professional inspection would be best as it can help identify issues early & get them fixed ASAP. That extra measure is worth it, so you’re not left freezing during winter if your furnace suddenly blows out.