We’ll handle the hard work
If you are making the decision to upgrade or replace your furnace, let our licensed technicians take installation off your list of things to worry about.
Our installation experts will get your new unit up and running quickly, so you can rest easy knowing your furnace is installed correctly.
What happens during the installation process?
If your old furnace is still hooked up, the first thing our furnace experts will do is remove the old unit and prepare the area for the new system. This may include temporarily turning off the electrical breakers and natural gas line.
Once the old unit has been removed, our licensed technicians will install your new heating system. If your new system differs in size or shape from your old one, minor alterations may need to be made to your furnace area.
During the installation, we make sure to inspect and test your furnace to ensure proper operation once it has been installed.
After everything has been installed and verified, we clean up after ourselves and leave you to enjoy the comfort provided by your new furnace.
Can I install a furnace myself?
Installation of a new furnace is a difficult and involved process that requires proper training to be done safely. Additionally, all new gas burning pieces of equipment installed in Manitoba must be inspected by Manitoba Hydro. In order to pass this inspection, they must be install by a certified technician with a current “B” gas ticket.
Frequently Asked Questions
Is there anything I need to do prior to having my furnace installed?
While we can take care of the installation prerequisites such as turning off the required breakers and natural gas lines, there are a few things that you can do to help streamline the process:
- Ensure there is nothing obstructing the path to your furnace or utility room
- Put pets in carriers or a separate room until the repairs are complete
- Make sure the light in your furnace/utility room is functional
Will you install a furnace that I have purchased elsewhere?
We are happy to handle the installation of your new system, even if it was purchased through someone else, as long as it meets the Canadian Standards Code.
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