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Our professional and reliable technicians will be at your home same day 24/7 to repair or install your furnace. We also provide furnace maintenance and checkup. 100% guaranteed satisfaction.

Our Best-Selling Brands

Goodman: Starting from $2199
Keeprite: Starting from $2199
American Standard: Starting from $2399
Lennox: Starting from $2599
Carrier: Starting from $2599

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


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What Our Customers Are Saying


Furnace Installation & Maintenance

I have used this company for many years and they never cease to amaze me on the quality of service providers they have. In end of October this year, for the first time, my furnace kept sending an error code, I was not sure if I should book a technician visit at that time. So I called Canada Energy Solution for help. They sent the technician the same day...

- Branden Pan -


Repair and replace furnace, very good price

I have used Canada Energy Solution' service for years. They helped me to repair my old furnace many years ago. For this year, at the end of March, I wanted to replace the old one and they offered me a very good price including everything. I am very satisfied with their works from the initial sales, replacement to every year’s maintenance...

-Dylan Damude -


New Lennox Furnace Installation

I am very pleased with the service provided by Canada Energy Solution, from initial contact to replacement and follow-up. I inquired with 4 companies about the replacement of a furnace and Canada Energy Solution was the first to reply, the very next day in fact even though it was a holiday. The technician John took almost 6 hours doing the replacement. On the whole, they handled the situation really well...

- Julia Lewis -


Took about 2 hours doing the furnace repair

Solved problem with my furnace. My furnace stopped working last Saturday. I had similar problems previously. I called Canada Energy Solution and spoke to their rep. They sent the technician the same day. They are very professional and sincere. The technician John took about 2 hours doing the repair. I really appreciate it...

- Haoxuan Bai -

How to Choose a Furnace (Buying Guide)


Seven Tips To Choose The Best High-efficiency Furnace

1. Get the right furnace size
2. Improve energy efficiency: look at the AFUE rating
3. Select your fuel source wisely
4. Must have features
5. Get a high-end filter to ensure good indoor air quality
6. Save money with a modulating gas furnace
7. Plan ahead

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Furnace Energy Rebate program

Furnace Upgrade to Energy Efficient Furnace and SAVE!

Available for a Limited Time.

Rebate up to


 Lennox 96% efficiency or higher

$1,250 incentive with the Ontario Home Efficiency Rebate Program

Rebate up to


American standard 96% efficiency or higher

$900 incentive with the Ontario Home Efficiency Rebate Program

Rebate up to


Goodman 96% efficiency or higher

$750 incentive with the Ontario Home Efficiency Rebate Program

Promotions of Top Furnace Brands
Canada energy solution carries an extensive lineup of brand-name air conditioner on sale products.
Let us help you choose the right solution to meet your needs.

Lennox installed: On sale from $2,599

At Lennox, we make people feel comfortable in their homes. We make the air cooler, warmer, dryer, cleaner and better, with innovative systems that are exceptionally quiet and energy efficient. All brought to you by dealers with the expertise and resources to serve you in the best possible way.

Carrier installed: On sale from $2,599

Built on Willis Carrier’s invention of modern air conditioning in 1902, Carrier is a world leader in heating, air-conditioning and refrigeration solutions. We constantly build upon our history of proven innovation with new products and services that improve global comfort and efficiency.

American Standard installed: On sale from $2,399

American Standard Heating & Air Conditioning is committed to being the best at everything we do.
At the top of the list is the service you can expect from our dealers. The Building A Higher Standard Award recognizes the best of the best. Each year, we pick four Customer Care Dealers who most exemplify our values of integrity, teamwork, commitment to excellence and community service.

Goodman installed: On sale from $2,199

Goodman® is one of the biggest names in home cooling, heating and energy-efficient home comfort. That’s because Goodman lives up to its name in a big way, with time-tested energy-efficient technology, highly durable materials and spot-on manufacturing. So, no matter where you live or whether your home is small or large, Goodman probably has a solution to help keep your home comfortable.

Keeprite installed: On sale from $2,199

When you choose KeepRite® heating and cooling equipment, it means your home comfort is backed by superior engineering and quality manufacturing so you can enjoy more important things. Each unit is 100% run tested, and we design our products to give you the best in quality, energy efficiency and reliability. It’s our tradition to deliver products that exceed your expectations.

Furnace repair starting at only $79.99!

No heat? Furnace Maintenance?

for a remote or in-home estimate

Canada Energy Solution provides coverage, maintains and repairs all residential forced air furnace brands, makes and models.
Our experienced, licensed and reliable technicians are capable of providing you with professional guidance and support to make the right decisions towards all of your HVAC services, demands, repairs and maintenance needs.

Repair cost:

Just repairing labor cost,not including Parts cost

Basic Diagnosis: starting from $79.99
Adding refrigerant : starting from $99.99
Parts change:Starting from $199.99
maintenance:starting from $99.99

* Costs may vary based on location, job-site and repair conditions, specific situations or requests.





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.

Talk to Our Specialists About the Financing (647)812-5200

Furnace Rental

We offer high-quality, energy-efficient furnace

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.

Talk to Our Specialists About the Rental (647)812-5200


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Frequently Asked Furnace Questions

What is the Cost of a New Furnace?

To get brand new propane or natural gas high-efficiency furnace in Toronto and GTA will set you back around $1,999 to $6,000. Keep in mind that this figure encompasses typical installation costs by a licensed and insured firm, plus a warranty spanning not less than a year.

How much you’ll pay for new furnace hinges on 4 factors:

  1. Environmental choices like:
  • Energy efficiency
  • Humidification
  • Sizes of air filtration- these depend on allergies and other sensitive conditions.
  • Luxurious add-ons
  1. Personal choices:
  • Long-term warranties
  • Maintenance strategies in place
  • Guarantees
  1. Technical Aspects
  • Size of your residence
  • The floor plan
  • Number of stories in the home
  • Current ductwork
  • BTU load
  1. Code requirements
  • Safety
  • Licensing
  • Building code specifications

We are your best bet for an accurate no-obligation estimate, and we don’t have nasty surprises waiting for you down the road. Get in touch with us at (647)812-5200.

How Do You Know it’s Time to Replace Your Furnace?

As per when the furnace was installed, it can serve you comfortably for 15 years, up to 2 decades. However, with excellent use and maintenance, it can manage a few more years of service.

Still, as the furnace hits fifteen years of service, keep an eye out for any wear and tear, plus noticeable changes in energy bills. To be on the safe side, check the following signs of a malfunctioning furnace:

  • Constant need for repairs
  • Escalating energy bills, the constant temperature notwithstanding
  • Weird and unusual noises (screeching, banging, or popping)
  • Accumulation of soot or dust around the registers
How Do I Install a Furnace? Is DIY Furnace Installation Possible?

Always remember that no unlicensed and uncertified person should handle your furnace installation.

How Old Is Your Furnace?

It doesn’t take much to know how old your furnace is- just look at your records, including, the owner’s manual, the contractor’s bill, or the installation label on your furnace.

In case that doesn’t help, check the serial number, model number, or nameplate and get in touch with the manufacturer.

The size of the furnace is another hint of its age. Considering that older model furnaces were made to heat houses in rapid bursts, they are naturally bigger than newer advanced models.

How Efficient Is Your Furnace?

Due to cutting-edge innovations and new specifications, new model furnaces have become increasingly efficient. As per Canada’s Energy Efficiency Regulations, furnaces should have an efficiency of at least 90%. In the same breath, older furnaces should have an efficiency of around 65%.

The buying price of furnaces factors in efficiency ratings although savings on your energy bills will offset the buying cost after a few years of use.

You have to take into account an array of variables, ranging from home type, size, and heat source, meaning it pays to consult a professional contractor to calculate the upfront costs.

What Size Furnace Do I Need?

There are a few aspects that influence the size of the furnace, namely:

  • The age of your residence
  • The size of your house
  • Number of windows and doors
  • Insulation
  • Airflow

To be on the safe side as far as getting a suitable furnace is concerned, a home visit by a professional is recommended. The expert will evaluate the residence and calculate airflow and heat loss. When you choose the wrong furnace size, your bills might be on the higher side due to inadequate warming. Also, the lifespan of the furnace may reduce drastically.

How Does a Furnace Work?

The majority of furnaces boast of 5 major components:

  1. Thermostat
  2. Burners
  3. Burner motor
  4. Heat exchange
  5. Ducts

These components function in unison to heat and circulate air in your residence and maintain the desired temperature.

The thermostat doesn’t just measure the temperature of the air inside your house. It additionally dispatches a signal via a gauge instructing the furnace when to start or turn off. The thermostat normally has dials and buttons for temperature adjustment, and it is possible to purchase either non-programmable or programmable thermostats.

Programmable thermostats will automatically adjust temperatures at certain times. Non-programmable thermostats, on the other hand, need manual adjustments to change the temperature.

After the signal is dispatched from the thermostat and gets to the furnace, fuel ignition takes place and heating commences. After the burners light fully, they start increasing the heat exchange system’s temperature. Next, a blower circulates air on these systems and when the air heats suitably, it is directed into the ducts and circulated throughout the house, and bringing warmth.

Types of Furnaces

There are 4 different types of furnaces, as per their fuel type. They are:

  1. Oil
  2. Natural gas
  3. Propane
  4. Electric

Despite the fact that all 4 have their own advantages and strong points, The people in Toronto prefer electric and natural gas furnaces considering the cold weather.

Natural Gas Furnaces

Natural gas furnaces will blow your mind since they’re immensely economical.  As per the AFUE (Annual Fuel Utilization Efficiency) number of natural gas furnaces, they are basically the best in terms of energy efficiency, commonly registering from 90 to 98% efficiency. Of course, this hinges on the model.

In addition, up against other fuels, gas is affordable, hence the popularity of natural gas furnaces in many Toronto homes.

Electric Furnaces

Electric furnaces are smaller and rank among the most affordable, meaning they are the best bet for smaller houses or homeowners with a limited energy budget.

Compared to other furnaces, electric ones function differently since they don’t utilize burners. Rather, they use electrical ignition for heating conductive coils.

You’ll find many electric burners in regions with no installed natural gas pipes, particularly in rural areas.

Oil Furnaces

Similar to natural gas furnaces, oil furnaces combust fuel (oil) to warm your house. Oil furnaces don’t cost as much as their natural gas counterparts although their efficiency is lower. Oil furnaces have an average AFUE number of 80 – 90% compared to natural gas furnace’ 90 – 98%.

Oil furnaces are usually found in cold climates, and are all the rage in northern Canada.

Propane Furnaces

In case the other kinds of furnaces are not suitable for your residence, propane furnaces can come in handy. They function more or less like oil and natural gas furnaces. Considering the easy way you can store propane, propane furnaces are excellent for homeowners with no access to natural gas and oil lines.

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