Furnace Services

Extreme cold temperatures are one of the biggest threats to your furnace and boiler unit and can lead to costly repairs or appliance failure. Furnaces are used in residential and industrial applications, even though they are associated with the heating system in a home.

When the temperatures outside drop to extreme lows, the furnace can become damaged. As a result, you may experience intermittent heating or lack of heating at all. Cold weather doesn't only affect your furnace. You may also experience thermal fuse failure on your boiler system during the winter months.

Not to worry, Tight Lines Plumbing and Heating can ensure that your units run properly day in and day out. Our services include:

Symptoms of a Furnace Breakdown

Today's high energy costs can make furnace breakdowns an expensive event and a potentially dangerous one. However, all too often, homeowners needlessly let their furnaces break down because they do not know how to recognize the warning signs of a breakdown in their system. A potential furnace breakdown can present in a number of different ways, a few of which are listed below:
  • Constantly tweaking the thermostat
  • Cold spots in the home
  • Sudden onset of strange noises
  • Higher than usual utility bills
  • Change in burner flame colour
If you get used to routine furnace maintenance regularly performed by a professional each year, then most likely you will not have to worry about these warning signs at all!

The Importance Of Getting Your Home Furnace Inspected

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Simplify the Process

Working with Tight Lines Plumbing and Heating, you’ll have access to all the information you need when it comes time to purchase your new energy efficient model. Tight Lines can also help you determine what size of furnace replacement you’ll need for your home based on its size and whether you have additional heating needs for the space. Sometimes it’s just that simple to ensure your new furnace is a good fit for your house.

Frequently Asked Questions

Do Furnaces Really Need To Be Serviced?
Most homeowners are unaware of the importance of furnace maintenance. Furnaces do not require much regular attention, but proper preventive maintenance will extend the life of your furnace and lower your energy bills. Furnaces are mechanical equipment, and all mechanical equipment breaks down as it ages and with a lot of use.
How Long Does Furnace Installation Take?
The time it will take to install a furnace varies widely from a small, basic unit to a large, complex model. Large, more complex units often take longer than smaller models because they contain high-tech mechanisms that require more time for installation.
Is Furnace Replacement Covered By Homeowners Insurance In Calgary?
Homeowners insurance covers built-in appliances, including your furnace and other parts of your heating, ventilation, and air conditioning system (HVAC) when they are damaged by a covered loss.