Where to get emergency furnace repair and maintenance in Vaughan

There is no set price because an in-home or remote inspection is done to get an estimate.

At Canada Energy Solution, the cost of emergency furnace repair starts at 79.99 CAD.

The best company for emergency furnace repair in Vaughan?

The Canada Energy Solution is among the top-rated furnace repair companies in Vaughan. That's the short and simple answer.

Canada Energy Solution covers, fixes, and takes care of all brands, manufacturers, and models of forced-air furnaces for homes.

Our knowledgeable, licensed, and dependable experts can offer you professional advice and support to help you make the best decisions for all of your HVAC needs. We take on servicing, repair, and maintenance measures.


The contact number for emergency furnace repair in Vaughan

Do you want your furnace checked or fixed? Call Canada Energy Solution using the following numbers: (647) 812-5200 or (289) 885-5900.

Cost outline for emergency furnace repair in Vaughan

Our furnace repair cost outline is‌:

  • Standard Diagnosis starts at 79.99 CAD;
  • Adding refrigerant from 99.99 CAD;
  • Parts replacement starts at 199.99 CAD;
  • Maintenance costs start at 99.99 CAD;

Note: The above cost covers labor alone and does not include the cost of parts.

These labor costs may be different for you depending on where you live, the job site, the condition of the repair, and your specific needs or circumstances.

Why choose Canada Energy Solution for your emergency furnace repair?

We have a proven track record and several positive reviews from happy customers.

Google reviews for emergency furnace repair in Vaughan

 Here is what our certified customers are saying about us on Google maps:


Perfect repair of my old furnace:

Canada Energy Solution did an excellent job. First is simple communication; their trustworthiness; and, above all, the friendliness of their customer care. Then, the professional completion of our furnace repair proved excellent. Our nearly three-decade-old furnace became fully functional again, all thanks to John. He is dedicated, hard-working, and tolerant. If you need a trusted furnace repair company, contact Canada Energy Solution and ask for John to handle your job.



Excellent furnace installation:

We commissioned John to build and install our furnace. Even though our building caused some problems with the installation, he stayed calm and came up with creative solutions. He worked cleanly and ‌professionally, and the installation went smoothly. I highly recommend Canada Energy Solution as the best furnace repair company in Vaughan. Thank you very much!

-Kevin Cordeiro -


Spectacular expertise:

When I contacted Canada Energy Solutions, they were detailed and gave me easy-to-understand advice. They assigned John, who is professional and adheres to rules. He did my furnace repair fast and perfectly. That's why I recommend them as a reliable furnace repair company in Vaughan.

- Gaolang Nie -


Installation of the Keeprite furnace:

Dear John, I am impressed with the wonderful work you did to install my Keeprite furnace. You showed professionalism from start to finish. Because of my strict nature, I am often skeptical about giving five-star positive reviews.  But I can't help it this time, because I am exceptionally pleased. You worked tirelessly to ensure high-quality delivery. Thanks for your service.

- Deb Crawford-

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The Best Price of Furnace

Putting in a furnace is a tough job that you shouldn't try to do on your own. Furnaces have multiple complex components, such as electrical, ducting, plumbing, and gas, which makes it important to leave their installation knowledge to certified HVAC professionals. The Canada Energy Solution has the most competent furnace engineers.

Our skilled and reliable professionals are the best at both fixing furnaces and putting in new ones. In addition, we inspect and carry out the required furnace maintenance in Vaughan. We are always available for all furnace emergencies.

Our Best-Selling Brands

Goodman: Starting from $1999
Keeprite: Starting from $1999
American Standard: Starting from $2199
Lennox: Starting from $2399
Carrier: Starting from $2399

* Costs will vary and can depend on whether you need ductwork installed, and the particular Size&Model and configuration of your home.


How to Choose a Furnace (Buying Guide)


There are many factors to consider when choosing a furnace that will provide the most effective heating for a home. Here are seven tips for selecting the most effective high-efficiency furnace.

Select the right furnace size

Matching the heat output, measured in British thermal units (BTUs), with the size of the home is required to determine the furnace size. A furnace that is oversized for the space will waste fuel by turning on more frequently. One that is too small cannot generate sufficient heat. To pump enough hot air through the system to heat the entire house, the heat output must also be proportional to the ductwork in the house.

How to determine furnace size

If you are replacing a furnace, verify the size of the present unit; if you have added space to the home, increase the size of the unit. Another helpful tip is to compare your home to comparable properties in the neighborhood. You can compute the size by measuring the interior space, the number of windows, the insulation level, the ceiling height, and other variables. Use computer software or a website to assist with this. Request estimates from a heating professional as an option.

When choosing furnace size, consider the furnace's position. You can install units in a basement, garage, or attic besides being positioned outside the home's walls. The unit's physical size can influence the site's decision. Location can also affect how carbon monoxide is vented or released when heat is made and how much air is needed for combustion. These things don't matter for electric furnaces, though.

Based on how big your home is, heating experts have come up with the following size suggestions.


Enhance energy efficiency by examining the AFUE rating.

Consider furnaces with a high-efficiency rating. Currently, Annual Fuel Utilization Efficiency (AFUE) ratings are present on all furnaces. An 80% gas furnace, for example, generates heat from 80% of the fuel used. A "high-efficiency" unit will create heat using 90 to 98% of the fuel, resulting in a significant reduction in operating costs. Most of these use electrical ignition to ignite the flame, as opposed to a continually burning pilot light, which wastes energy while the furnace is not in use.

Select your fuel source with caution.

The first consideration when selecting a furnace is fuel. Today, natural gas is the primary energy source. It is commonly available, affordable, and sanitary. In rural locations not serviced by natural gas lines, liquefied propane (LP) or bottled gas is an option. Coal used to be a common fuel for furnaces, but these days, oil, electricity, and even wood can be used instead.

When selecting a fuel type, the economy should be considered; costs vary by location. Determine the cost of various types of furnaces and their fuel consumption. Electricity is an efficient and clean energy source, but its operation is typically more expensive. Oil furnaces frequently burn less efficiently than other fuels and might produce greasy exhaust waste. Oil and LP gas are typically delivered for a price. There are a lot of wood furnaces in farmhouses and other places where wood is plentiful and "free."

Essential features of a furnace

Modern HVAC systems offer a variety of functions, with the most innovative and technologically advanced equipment found in premium models. Here are some common features of furnaces that you may want to think about for your home:

  • If your furnace works with a smart thermostat, you can automate your home's heating and run it over Wi-Fi.
  • Noise reduction technology may be available in modern furnaces. This is helpful if you want your furnace to run quietly and smoothly in the background.
  • Several contemporary furnaces include built-in self-diagnostics. This will let you know about performance problems and maintenance needs, so your system will always be in great shape.
  • If you have pets, someone in your home with asthma or another respiratory ailment, or if you simply want to keep your home's air as fresh as possible, consider purchasing a system with built-in filtering capabilities and humidity control. You may also purchase an additional air filter device.
  • If your furnace has zone control features, you will ‌set different temperatures in different rooms. This is especially helpful if you have a big house or many people living there who like different temperatures.
Investing in a modulating gas furnace will save you money

Modulating furnaces is not inexpensive. Nonetheless, a modulating furnace can soon pay for itself because of its lower operating expenses. First‌, switching to a modulating furnace gets rid of the need to run 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 conventional, single-stage furnace with an AFUE of 85% converts 85% of the energy it uses into useful 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.

Be proactive by planning on time

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

Lennox is among the oldest furnace manufacturers. The entire home is equipped with high-end central air conditioners and furnaces. Lennox offers options with quieter variable blower motors. It is a great way to install a new furnace or any other type of HVAC system. A Lennox furnace's three levels of operation make it simple to operate. There is the Signature Collection by Dave Lennox, the Elite, and the Merit. With a 98.7% efficiency rating, the highest Dave Lennox Signature model is the most efficient.

The standard starting price for a Lennox gas furnace is 2,599CAD. Lennox provides energy-efficient furnaces with AFUE ratings ranging from 80 to 95%.

Carrier installed: On sale from $2,599

Willis Carrier produced the contemporary furnace. Carrier air conditioners and Carrier furnaces are of super quality, and Consumer Reports rates them as one of the best brands of furnaces. Heating, ventilation, and Air Conditioning (HVAC) are confident in recommending the Carrier furnace because it makes high-quality products and offers long furnace warranties.

The average installation cost for a Carrier furnace is approximately 2,599 CAD.

American Standard installed: On sale from $2,399

Since its start almost a hundred years ago, American Standard has had several names and ownership changes. Two separate companies were combined to form a new company, which became the American Radiator Company and the Standard Sanitary Corporation. From this point on, the corporation was known as the American Standard Corporation.

American Standard changed its name to Trane in 2007 after it bought the Trane HVAC company and sold off all of its businesses except for the HVAC division. Although Trane and American Standard are still used, Ingersoll Rand bought them out a year later.

American Standard furnace installation costs $2,399 (depending on the size and AFUE rating your home needs).

Goodman installed: On sale from $2,199

While Goodman began as a maker of flexible air ducts and plastic blade registers in 1975, its founder, Harold V. Goodman, set out to make HVAC equipment that was inexpensive for the typical family. When Goodman bought Janitrol in 1982, it got into the heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) market. In 1986, it started making gas heating equipment.

Goodman is known for making gas furnaces and other HVAC systems that work well and last a long time. When people buy a Goodman product, they can expect a high level of quality at a fair price. If they have any doubts about how well the product will work, Goodman also offers different warranty packages to put their minds at ease.

The price of a Goodman furnace starts at $2,199CAD.

Keeprite installed: On sale from $2,199

Keeprite Canada designs and manufactures heating and cooling systems for homes and businesses in Vaughan that work very well. By getting a Keeprite furnace, you can keep your home soothingly warm without having to pay a lot for it. Keeprite provides a variety of furnaces with AFUE ratings, ranging from 92 percent to 98.5 percent, to its customers. Furnaces that have a higher AFUE make the most of the energy that you consume, which saves you a significant amount of money.




Coodman: Starting from $24.99
Keeprite: Starting from $24.99
American Standard: Starting from $27.99
Lennox: Starting from $29.99
Carrier: Starting from $29.99

Costs will vary based on different model selection and can depend on whether you need ductwork&different pipings installed, and the particular Size and configuration of your home.

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Goodman: Starting from $34.99
Keeprite: Starting from $34.99
American Standard: Starting from $37.99
Lennox: Starting from $39.99
Carrier: Starting from $39.99

Costs will vary based on different model selection and can depend on whether you need ductwork&different pipings installed, and the particular Size and configuration of your home.

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FAQ of Emergency Furnace Repair

Why is my furnace not producing heat?

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 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.

How do I examine furnace circuit breakers?

Check and replace your filter if your furnace is not producing enough heat.

The problem with a furnace that has difficulty producing heat is different from one that has ceased functioning.

When you notice struggling heat production, ensure that the air filter is clean and in good condition. It is best to get a brand-new air filter that does not outrightly cost much.

How do I examine and replace clogged furnace filters?

This is an often overlooked, yet a necessary component of furnace maintenance. A clogged filter is one of the most typical causes of a malfunctioning furnace. It is also the least difficult to maintain.

Regularly replacing your furnace filter is a quick and simple task that protects HVAC units and improves your indoor air quality.

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 grates. Other filters are ‌within the furnace.

How to examine your furnace filter

You can determine if it's time to replace it by holding it up to the light. If no light passes through the filter, it must be replaced. A dusty, stale odor emanating from the vents when the blower kicks on is an additional sign that you should replace your furnace filter.

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. Reduced airflow through your heating and cooling system can increase your power bill and cause your heat exchanger to overheat and shut down prematurely.

"Filters purify both the air entering the furnace and the air returning to the home after being heated. A dirty, clogged filter restricts airflow, resulting in the buildup of heat and pressure 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 poorly produce heat and is less efficient.

Why does my furnace not blow air?

Examine the inspection window ‌on the furnace. Ensure that the blower is devoid of any debris. There should be a flashing green or red light.

Check the handbook for confirmation. If the light is green, everything is fine; if it's red, call for service. And if there is no light, the problem with the furnace could be the thermostat, blower motor, run capacitor, furnace control board, or transformer.

Why does the gas furnace blower run nonstop?

The blower is ‌between the furnace and the return ductwork. The blower sends cool air to the heat exchanger, where it is warmed before entering the plenum and distributed throughout the residence via supply ducts.

A furnace that runs continuously may show the need for maintenance and won't shut off. Verify that the thermostat is not set to "continuous."

Reduce the temperature to determine whether this resolves the issue.

A non-turning-off gas furnace blower could also show a defective limit control switch. (which may require reset or replacement).

Why does my furnace make noise?

We call this furnace noise or ductwork Noise.

It is abnormal for your furnace to rumble, squeak, and rattle. The sounds could suggest a technical issue, decreased airflow, or a clogged burner.

Occasionally, a furnace may operate normally, although loudly. If you can determine that the noise is caused by air passing through the ductwork, you may ‌reduce the noise by insulating the ductwork.

If the actual furnace system is making strange noises, the pilot light may be wrongly adjusted or the blower motor's lubricating ports may require oiling. There could be a problem with the belts or the burner.

Why do I perceive a gas smell from my furnace?

When a furnace produces a gas smell, you must proceed with caution.

If you suspect a gas leak and detect a powerful stench, ‌leave your home immediately and notify your gas utility provider.

A gas leak will hinder the performance of your gas furnace. It might pose a very serious health risk to you and your family.