A furnace for every space
Whether you are looking to heat a small house or a larger multi-family residence, we have a furnace available to suit every home, lifestyle, and budget.
Our expert staff can help you make the right choice for your space.
Gas furnace vs electric furnace
Gas furnaces heat your home faster and more efficiently than their electric counterparts, with a lower operating cost. However, the process of combustion causes wear on the furnace, and there are many safety features that require regular maintenance and checks. You can expect a gas furnace to last 10-20 years.
An electric furnace usually has a lower up-front cost to purchase but is more expensive to operate. They have the benefit of requiring less maintenance and operate with less noise. Additionally, you can expect a longer lifetime of 20-30 years with regular servicing.
If you need help deciding which is right for you, we’re happy to help you make the decision.
What brands do you carry?
We are premier dealers for KeepRite, Lennox, and Bryant. What does being a premier dealer mean? All dealers of these brands are trained HVAC professionals, but premier dealers are recognized as the best of the best. It means we are dedicated to providing superior service that exceeds expectations, and are certified experts in the entire range of products that we carry.
We are proud to offer quality brands, and back them up with quality service.
Lower your monthly heating bill
It’s no secret that Manitoba can have brutally cold winters. This often translates into a higher heating bill as your furnace must work harder to heat your home. Older furnaces with a lower AFUE (Annual Fuel Unit Efficiency) provide less heat per unit of fuel than a higher efficiency unit.
Investing in a high efficiency furnace is a great way to lower your monthly heating bill while still keeping your home toasty warm.
Frequently Asked Questions
What kind of furnace is best for my home?
Each home has unique requirements that are suitable for different makes and models.
Our friendly sales staff would be happy to discuss which furnace is best for your home and budget.
When should I consider replacing my furnace?
There are a variety of factors that indicate that it is a good idea to replace your furnace. A good rule of thumb is if the cost of repairs are 50% or more than the cost of a new unit, or you are needing regular repairs and your furnace is nearing the end of its expected lifespan.
How long can I expect my new furnace to last?
The lifespan of a gas furnace is usually between 10-20 years. Electric furnaces tend to last for 20-30. In order to get the most out of your furnace, regular maintenance and servicing is highly recommended.
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