Need the best emergency furnace repair in North York? Need an affordable repair for your emergency furnace breakdown?
Emergency furnace repairs start at 79.99 Canadian dollars (CAD) and are offered by Canada Energy Solution.
Note that there is no set price for emergency furnace repair because the furnace must first be looked at in person or remotely before a price estimate can be given.
Where can I find a certified emergency furnace repair contractor in North York?
When winter comes, having a working furnace could mean the difference between a fun holiday season and the coldest, worst months of the year. It's important to know a reliable service provider so that you can make sure your system gets all the maintenance it needs for your comfort and safety.
Canada Energy Solution is a certified furnace repair company. Our engineers have the knowledge and tools to keep your furnace in good shape for many years, season after season. We have a team that can handle both electric and gas systems, and we work hard to make your system work better and last longer. Call now to get emergency furnace repair in Portland or the surrounding area and stop shivering this winter.
Contact an emergency furnace repair company in North York.
For all emergency furnace repairs, Canada Energy Solutions' phone numbers are: (647) 812-5200 or (289) 885-5900.
How much is emergency furnace repair in North York?
Our furnace repair cost outline is:
- Standard Diagnosis starts at $79.99;
- Adding refrigerant from $99.99;
- Parts replacement starts at $199.99;
- Maintenance costs start at $99.99.
The cost of labor alone is included in the above figure; hence, the cost of parts is not included in this figure.
Depending on where you live, the state of the repair, and your demands or circumstances, these labor charges may vary.
Why work with Canada Energy Solution for your emergency furnace repair?
With many years of experience installing, repairing, maintaining, and replacing furnaces in North York homes, Canada Energy Solution is the best company to help you with any furnace-related emergencies. We have a long history of satisfied clients, and this is what they have to say:
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John installed a new furnace for us just the way we wanted, and he thrilled us so. They completed all the construction relating to the installation within 72 hours. Thank you for the extremely professional and prompt handling of our project. We highly recommend Canada Energy Solutions.
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From the consultation to the construction, we are very satisfied. Everything worked out great. Our furnace turned out nicely.
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We now have the perfect furnace for our home because John gave us good advice, helped us plan it out, and he installed it professionally. John was very knowledgeable, so he could make sure that the amount of heat and the amount of fuel used for heating were not beyond what we could afford.
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How to get the best furnace installation in North York?
Aside from choosing a furnace for your home's heating system, you have many other options to think about. At Canada Energy Solution, we will help you choose the system that meets the needs of your home in the most cost-effective way. We will walk you through every step of the process, from sizing the system to match the dimensions of your room to discussing brands and different systems. Call us right away to set up an appointment for emergency furnace repair or installation in North York or the surrounding area.
Furnace buying guide: how to choose the right furnace
Homeowners must give serious consideration to the purchase of a furnace. To get the most out of your investment in the safety and comfort of your home, you verify your furnace is properly suited for your property.
You may need to consider hiring a contractor who can inspect your property, suggest a suitable furnace, and then install the system for you. If you cannot take this precaution, you won't get the comfort you expect.
However, the general rules to look out for when choosing your furnace are:
The importance of proper sizing cannot be overstated. A furnace that isn't appropriately sized can run too frequently, causing premature wear and tear. A furnace that is too small can also not keep your home warm. An overly big furnace can cost you more fuel than it should.
To properly size a furnace, you must first estimate the amount of heat your home requires. British thermal units are used to quantify heat output (BTUs). You must consider your home's square footage and other elements, such as the number of windows, ceiling height, and insulation.
Consider the size of your current furnace to decide the size of the furnace you require. Can it keep your home warm enough? If that's the case, you can get a furnace that's the same size. You will, however, require a larger furnace if you have added on to your home. To be certain that you are getting the right size, have an HVAC specialist come to your home and perform an in-home evaluation to determine the exact size you require.
A furnace's AFUE (annual fuel usage efficiency) rating shows how energy efficient it will be. The greater the furnace's AFUE rating, the more efficient it is. You're more likely to save money on your monthly heating expenses if your furnace has a high AFUE rating.
A furnace with an AFUE rating of above 90% is likely to be more expensive than a furnace with an AFUE rating of 80%. A high-efficiency furnace can save you money regardless of where you live, but if you live somewhere with long winters, this could be an essential purchase.
Electricity, gas, or oil can all be used to power a furnace. While gas is the most common because it is readily available, it is also a popular choice since it is less expensive than oil or electricity, and it is also cleaner. In reality, natural gas has been 30 to 50% less expensive than oil for home heating since 2002. Gas furnaces are also less expensive to buy and install than oil furnaces.
Electric furnaces are less expensive to buy and install in locations where natural gas isn't available, but they're highly expensive to run, so people who don't have access to natural gas choose oil furnaces.
Do you need to replace your gas furnace? If that's the case, you're in luck. Modern furnaces are far more energy-efficient than the ones you're replacing. They've been designed for maximum efficiency, so they're good for the environment and your money. While a new furnace may be expensive, you will save money on your energy bills, which will add up to significant savings over the life of your system.
When shopping for a new furnace, keep the following things in mind.
Blower with a Variable Speed
When less heat is required, variable-speed blowers reduce the rate at which air is provided. They also produce less noise, fewer drafts, and less uncomfortable temperature changes. ECM variable-speed motors are the most energy-efficient. They have some smart features that let them adjust to the exact amount of air needed without wasting energy.
Annual Fuel Utilization Efficiency (AFUE ) ranges from 80% to 99%.
Standard efficiency furnaces have an AFUE rating of 80%. These furnaces have a lower upfront cost, but they are more expensive to operate and do not qualify for tax credits. More efficient furnaces have an AFUE rating of 90-96 percent. They are more expensive to buy, but they can save you hundreds of dollars in fuel costs each year. These furnaces have the most up-to-date features and often qualify for tax rebates.
Heat Output Variable
This feature works with the variable-speed blower to boost economy and comfort. The quantity of heat delivered by the furnace is automatically adjusted, usually between two settings. This allows the furnace to maintain a higher level of heat output than it could with set heat output.
You can reduce the amount of dust blasted through your heating system with an electronic filter, which employs an electrical charge to help trap particles or a high-efficiency particulate-arresting (HEPA) filter installed in your furnace. This can be especially helpful for patients who have asthma or other chronic lung problems.
System of Ignition
To ignite the gas, the ignition mechanism generates a spark. A pilot light—a continuous flame that fires the burners when signaled—has traditionally been used to light furnaces. The pilot light has been replaced in most new furnaces with an intermittent, direct spark or hot surface ignition. Silicon carbide ignitors (which are standard on most recent furnaces) and nitride hot surface ignitors are the two most common types found in furnaces nowadays (these last longer and may have lifetime warranties). The efficiency of contemporary ignition systems is reflected in a furnace's greater AFUE rating.
All the main furnace manufacturers offer a solid guarantee. Look for information on:
- Warranty on the Heat Exchanger in the Furnace: The heat exchanger is difficult to repair and replace. Warranty terms of 10–20 years are common, and some warranties are lifetime.
- Manufacturer Parts Guarantee: most manufacturers provide a 5-year basic parts warranty, with some offering a 15-year extended warranty.
- Manufacturer Labor Warranty: Furnaces installed by a certified contractor usually come with a one-year labor warranty. The contractor may provide extended labor warranties.
- Contractor Parts and Labor Extended Warranty: You gain these warranties at the same time as the furnace or within a year after purchase. Compare the price to the cost of a future expensive repair (like a heat exchanger replacement). Deal only with a respected, qualified local contractor who you know will be there for the duration of your system's life.
Modulating furnaces are quite pricey. A modulating furnace can soon pay for its cost of purchase because of its lower operating expenses. First, changing to a modulating furnace saves you the headache of running an old furnace, which saves money on maintenance costs.
Modulating furnaces is more efficient than single-stage and two-stage competitors. Consider a furnace's Annual Fuel Utilization Efficiency, or AFUE, rating to gauge its efficiency. The AFUE rating is based on how much energy a furnace can turn into heat.
A standard, single-stage furnace with an AFUE of 85% turns 85% of the energy it uses into heat for the home.
Some modulating furnaces can achieve an AFUE rating of 98%. The AFUE of most modulating furnaces ranges between 90 and 95%. A modulating furnace not only uses less energy to run but also cuts annual heating bills by a large amount.
When you want to purchase a new furnace, the end of summer is the ideal time to begin winter preparations.
Schedule your furnace maintenance immediately to avoid the fall rush. It is never too early to call a local contractor if you need a new furnace. The sooner, the better! A reliable emergency furnace repair company, such as Canada Energy Solution, will assist you in deciding whether to repair or replace your HVAC system. In addition, they can assist you in selecting the ideal unit for your home and provide a free estimate to get you started.
Best-Selling Furnace Brands We work with
Lennox installed: On sale from $2,599
In 1895, when Lennox was just getting its start, the company was a modest machine repair shop in Marshalltown, Iowa. This was a long time before Lennox became a global organization. Dave Lennox, who started the company, saw the potential of a new design for a furnace and put money into getting the patent. Later that same year, he started the Lennox Furnace Company and went right to work on making the furnace better. Because of what he did, there have been many improvements in heating and cooling systems.
A Lennox gas furnace costs $2,599 as a basic starting price. Lennox furnaces are energy efficient, with AFUE ratings ranging from 80 to 95 percent.
Carrier installed: On sale from $2,599
Carrier, the namesake brand of Willis Carrier, was founded in 1915 and is now in Palm Beach Gardens, Florida. In Syracuse, New York, where Carrier started the company, its product line has grown to include commercial refrigeration, food service equipment, and fire and security items.
Compared to other premium manufacturers, Carrier furnaces offer the same quality at a lower price point than some other high-end models. Furnaces range in efficiency from low-efficiency units with an 80 percent fuel efficiency to high-efficiency systems with over 98 percent efficiency.
The average cost for a Carrier furnace is approximately 2,599 CAD.
American Standard installed: On sale from $2,399
The cost of installing an American Standard furnace starts at 2,399CAD (depending on the size and AFUE rating your home needs). Standard American furnaces are known for their dependable HVAC systems. Compared to other brands, the company receives far fewer requests for heating equipment repairs. Millions of homeowners agree that the American Standard gas furnace is of high quality and has a great reputation for being reliable.
Goodman installed: On sale from $2,199
Goodman furnaces are an excellent brand that we work with. The Goodman brand has a sturdy construction and is backed by reliable warranty plans. Goodman furnaces are a great deal for people who are on a budget and want to buy a new HVAC system. Total installation charges for a Goodman furnace start at 2,199CAD. The size of the furnace system you need for your home and the AFUE rating you choose will determine most of your costs.
Keeprite installed: On sale from $2,199
Keeprite combines a heat pump and a thermostat that work together with a dual-fuel system that saves energy. You will enjoy a fully insulated cabinet, which aids in transferring heat to your ductwork. It works perfectly well with air purifiers and humidifiers, and its temperature limit control system regulates overheating. If you need a good furnace for your North York home, Keeprite may be the best choice for you.
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FAQ of Emergency Furnace Repair
Try resetting your house's circuit breaker if your furnace isn't producing heat. There are many likely causes of this. First, ensure that your thermostat is set to "Heat." The next step is to try adjusting the dial by a few degrees to determine if you feel a discernible difference. Check to discover whether a circuit breaker or fuse has tripped or blown if you don't.
Because of recent electrical work that was carried out, the circuit breaker for the furnace may have been turned off. This is a distinct possibility. It is not uncommon for the furnace blower motor to have its separate circuit breaker; therefore, check that breaker as well. You should also look for an on/off switch close to the heater and check that it is set to the "on" position before proceeding with the rest of the troubleshooting. You need to get in touch with a certified emergency furnace specialist if the circuit breaker tripped, and you turned it back on, but then it tripped again after you ran the furnace.
Check and replace your filter if your furnace is not producing enough heat.
The problem with a furnace that has trouble making heat is different from the problem with one that has stopped working.
If you notice a decrease in heat production, make sure the air filter is clean and in good condition. It is best to get a brand-new air filter that does not outright cost much.
During the time in between scheduled maintenance visits, one easy step you can take is to check and replace your air filter regularly. If you want to be on the safe side, you should replace them at least once every three months and more frequently during periods of heavy use. If your air filter is blocked, it will impede airflow, and you will notice either a decrease in the amount of air going through your air registers or no air at all. Your furnace will overheat as a result of a blocked air filter, and when this happens, the safety shutoff will be tripped, and it will turn off by itself.
Here are a few steps to help you inspect and replace your clogged furnace filters:
How to locate your furnace filter
On certain furnaces, the filter is in the intake. This likely resembles a floor, ceiling, or wall grate. Other filters are within the furnace.
How to examine your furnace filter
Holding it up to the light will allow you to decide whether it is time to replace it. It is necessary to replace the filter if there is no light transmission through it. If you turn on the blower in your furnace and notice a musty smell coming from the vents, this is another sign that you should change the filter in your furnace.
How to replace your furnace filter
Ensure that your furnace is off. There should be no air escaping. Check the filter's pointing direction. Filters capture particles blowing in one direction. Inverting your filter's installation can impair its efficiency.
Cleaning the residues that accumulate on your filters will improve airflow. When your air filter becomes clogged, your air handler must work harder to compensate for the restriction in airflow. If your heating and cooling systems don't get enough air, your power bill will go up and your heat exchanger may overheat and shut down before it should.
Filters purify both the air entering the furnace and the air returning to the home after being heated. When the airflow is blocked by a dirty or clogged filter, heat and pressure build up in the furnace.
Modern, more functional furnaces are more sensitive to filter clogs and will frequently stop working. This is like a protective measure that prevents a clogged filter from creating tremendous damage. For other components, the furnace will continue to operate but produce poor heat and is less efficient.
When a furnace is turned on but does not produce air flow, the most likely cause is a problem with the blower or the blower motor. If the blower is not functioning properly, there will be no air coming out of the registers. This responsibility falls on the blower. If the blower isn't the problem, then it can be the control board or the furnace fan limit control switch that's broken. A faulty capacitor or advanced age can cause the control, which turns the blower, to malfunction.
When set to AUTO, your furnace fan should only blow during a heating cycle. If it runs consistently, even when the furnace is off, that's not normal.
First, make sure your thermostat isn't set for constant heat or fan operation.
When you set your thermostat lower than the room temperature, the furnace turns off and doesn't ask for more heat.
Wait for 3 to 4 minutes for the furnace's blower fan to cease. No furnace fan? If so, the thermostat was probably set too high. Unreasonably high temperatures cause the fan to run constantly.
Check the fan limit switch. The fan limit switch controls when the furnace blower turns on and off. A probe inside the switch monitors the burner assembly's temperature to turn on the fan when the burners are hot and off when they cool or when the thermostat stops calling for heat.
If your furnace fan won't stop, two potential problems include:
Manual override is on.
The switch needs rewiring or replacement.
When your furnace makes odd noises, it is trying to communicate with you. Even if you can tolerate the shrieking, whistling, or constant humming for an extended period, we do not recommend that you do so. Do not disregard audible warning signs that something is wrong with your heating system because they may show a significant issue with your equipment. If you ignore these warnings, the problem could become much worse. These issues, if left unattended or unrepaired, could cause harm to you and your family, as well as your house.
When a gas furnace cycles on, it's usually for reasonable amounts of gas to be released. You shouldn't be concerned if you occasionally smell a mild gas odor near the furnace during this cycle. If you smell gas in your home regularly, your furnace may have a deadly leak. Turning off the furnace and immediately calling a certified HVAC emergency furnace repair contractor to diagnose and remedy the problem is the best course of action.
Do you have any doubts about the scent coming from your gas furnace? Make an appointment with Canada Energy Solution.