Furnace Repair & Service
We Serve Kelowna, West Kelowna, Lake Country & Peachland
Is your furnace not heating your home properly or you just need routine service to keep your warranty active? We can help!
You’ve probably come across a lot of companies when looking for someone to help you with your furnace. So why trust us for the job?
It’s simple, quality service and honest work. We’re a family-run business and our livelihood depends on you. We don’t leave a job until you’re happy and we finish at the price we quoted you at. We’ve all dealt with businesses that treat you like you’re an inconvenience to serve. That’s never something you’ll experience with us. Just ask some of our customers or read from our 5 star rating on Google.
We service a wide range of gas furnaces, from routine maintenance to repair of faulty systems. If your existing furnace has stopped working or isn’t operating as efficiently as it could, we can help recommend the most cost-effective solution to extend the life of your system and keep you on budget. We are a Quality First Certified Forced Air and Ventilation contractor and can help you choose the best option to keep your home heating costs as low as possible.
We offer free quotes in Kelowna and neighbouring communities and can diagnose issues on the spot.
Furnace Preventative Maintenance
Have all your heating & cooling equipment serviced at one low monthly rate with our service memberships. Memberships start at just $12.95 monthly, or one time fee of $155.40. We don’t charge interest or lock you into a contract and you can pay a one-time fee if preferred. Switch at any time if you don’t like our work. Learn more here.
Our preventative maintenance service includes:
- Burner flame inspection
- Blower removal and cleaning
- Vacuuming burner & blower cavities to remove dust and debris
- Flame sensor cleaning
- Flue check to ensure proper ventilation
You may come across a lower price, however, they may not provide complete preventative maintenance. Our services are also offered without a service contract, so if you’re not happy, you’re free to switch to another service provider at any time.
When to Call a Furnace Technician
At the first sign of issues, we recommend first checking your thermostat, changing your filter, and making sure there aren’t any items obstructing your heating vents. If that’s not something you’re comfortable with, we’re happy to help.
Once these items are checked and if the issue still isn’t fixed, it may be time to contact a licensed HVAC technician. When dealing with gas and electricity, a cautious approach should be taken.
In the event that a furnace needs to be fully replaced, it will always come as unfortunate news, however, weighing the cost of operating and maintaining your existing equipment against an upgrade may come with significant savings in the long run. Most furnaces installed before 1990 are lower-efficiency models that average between 60 and 70 percent efficiency. The new high-efficiency gas furnaces we work with range from 95 to 99 percent and come with warranties of up to 10 years. In addition to energy and maintenance savings, you may be eligible for rebates on a replacement.
Upgrades from older low-efficiency furnaces qualify for up to $1150 in Fortis BC rebates on top of home energy savings. Contact us to learn more. We’re a member of the FortisBC Trade Ally Network.