Heating Repairs & Furnace Cleaning Services in Alberta
Not having control over your home’s temperature in the middle of winter can be one of the very worst experiences you can have with malfunctions inside your home. If you come home from work or wake up in the middle of the night to a cold house, it is likely that your thermostat or furnace has broken and is in need of immediate repair. Don’t worry if this happens to you even after our regular business hours, though—we are happy to offer all of our customers 24 hour emergency service, 7 days a week, because we know that your furnace doesn’t care what time of day it is when it stops working.
You may not know that some plumbing companies have the trained professionals you need to also fix your Edmonton, Red Deer or Calgary heating problems in your home. These professionals are well-versed in the workings of your furnace, and they will know exactly what to do when problems arise. If your furnace breaks, don’t hesitate to call us at Need A Plumber Canada, and we will immediately send a professional to your home or place of business to investigate the source of your heating problem. We can even provide you with space heaters if necessary to help keep you warm until your furnace is repaired and functional.
Although you cannot always prevent a heating emergency like this from happening, there are ways you can help your furnace stay in top working condition. You should make sure that your furnace’s filter is clean at the beginning of the season that you start heating your home. If a lot of dirt and dust build up on your filter, your furnace will run less efficiently and maybe even overheat. If you don’t know how to check or change your filter, one of our Calgary, Red Deer or Edmonton heating professionals will gladly come take a look and also give your furnace a performance inspection.
Don’t neglect your furnace—make sure to have regular upkeep performed on it. If you do, it is unlikely you will ever have a Calgary, Edmonton, or Red Deer heating emergency in the middle of one of our cold Canadian winters.