Heating & Furnace Repair Winnipeg
There are all kinds of signs and symptoms that your furnace might not be working properly. Have you noticed strange noises and weird smells? Is your unit powering on and off over and over again? Worst of all, are you not getting heat? In any of these circumstances, you might want to give us a call (that is, after following our troubleshooting tips below).
Our technicians have achieved the gold standard in the HVAC world: the NATE certification. You can read all about it on our blog. Getting certified is a rigorous process, and it means you’ll always be getting the best of the best when you choose Provincial.
No matter what make, brand, or model of furnace you have, we’ll make sure the repairs are done right. Whether it’s a new furnace or one that you had installed 20 years ago, we’ll repair it if possible. When replacement is the best option, we’ll guide you through the whole process.
When your furnace isn’t working and the temperature is dropping, it can be tempting to call for emergency service. We want to help you keep toasty and save money, so we’ve developed a list of common furnace problems that you can fix yourself. Try these before calling us!
- Keep your vents open. Sometimes, the furnace itself is working properly, but the registers or grilles covering the vents are either closed or blocked off, which means no heat can pass through them. Make sure there are no blockages in the rooms you want to heat. Rooms that you don’t need to heat can have their grilles or registers closed, but make sure you seal off those rooms so they don’t rob the rest of the home of heat.
- Check your furnace filter. Old filters get clogged. When they do, they don’t just stop doing their job – they actively work against your furnace. You should check your filter every month to see if it needs to be changed – you’ll see a lot of build-up if it does. Different furnaces need different filters. Not sure what kind of replacement filter to buy for your furnace? Give us a call – we’ll be happy to tell you.
Common Furnace Problems
Our expert technicians can fix a wide variety of different furnace problems. Here are a few that we see pretty frequently:
- Faulty thermostats. Our technicians can repair or replace your thermostat, depending on what the problem is. When the thermostat can’t tell the furnace what temperature your home should be, you won’t get any heat. We can also help you position your thermostat better to get a more accurate reading of your home’s temperature.
- Burner cleaning and replacement. Over time, the burner in your furnace can get dirty. That leads to inefficient heating or, worse yet, no heating at all. The burner may need to be cleaned, adjusted, or replaced.
There are a lot of other things that can cause your furnace to malfunction – those listed above are just a few of the most common ones. High-efficiency furnaces tend to have a lot of electronic parts – computer boards keeping things regulated, safety switches, and the like.
When furnace repairs are done right, technicians don’t just look at the symptoms – they find the source, and stop other problems from cropping up. So give us a call! We do furnace repair and replacement, hot water tank repair and replacement, and much more.
Look no further than Provincial Heating & Cooling Inc for dependable heating system repairs!
Through our commitment to customer service, ethical business practices, and technical expertise, Provincial Heating & Cooling Inc has earned distinction as a Carrier Factory Authorized Dealer. This translates into a team of technicians who are highly and regularly trained, superior products and materials, and a dedication to complete every job to higher standards. When you contact Provincial Heating & Cooling Inc for heating repair, you’re not leaving anything to chance. We protect your HVAC equipment and your property, your safety and your wallet, to deliver affordable and sustainable solutions. Since 1996, we’ve kept home and business owners perfectly warm. Avoid the risks. Let Provincial Heating & Cooling Inc handle your temperature control.