For more than two decades, we have been providing trusted and reliable furnace repair and installation to the homeowners in Toronto and GTA.
Our HVAC specialist will work with you to determine the best furnace options that suit your home size, heating needs, efficiency requirements, and your budget.
We install your new furnace professionally to the manufacturer instructions and local codes to ensure your furnace operating safe and in its peak performance.
We have a great selection of efficient and reliable furnaces to choose from. Choose from our wide range of models from top brands such as Rheem, Goodman, and KeepRite furnaces.
House Depot is providing HVAC and electrical services to the following areas:
We service North York, Vaughan, City of Toronto, Richmond Hill, Mississauga, Brampton, Newmarket, Etobicoke.
We service most major makes and models of gas furnaces. At this moment we only supply and install Rheem, Goodman, and KeepRite furnaces.
Yes, we offer financing through Financeit for all HVAC systems including furnaces. You can purchase your new furnace with affordable monthly payments. Please contact us for more details.
Yes, we are fully licensed and insured HVAC and electrical contractor. When you need it, we can provide a copy of our insurance.
Furnaces are designed to last a long time. The expected lifespan of most furnaces with regular maintenance, annual inspection and tune up is between 15 to 20 years and it varies by brand and furnace quality.
You may need to consider investing in a new and more efficient furnace after 15 years. You don’t want to wait for the furnace to stop working in the middle of winter to replace it. On the other hand, furnace technology is improving every year. A new furnace is more efficient and will help you save money on utility bills and repair costs.
Some signs that can help you determine if you need a furnace replacement are:
Yellow furnace burner flame must be blue. Flickering and yellow flames indicate that the ratio of fuel and air is incorrect and indicate a dangerous condition in which the furnace is producing poisonous carbon monoxide.
Carbon monoxide is an odorless, tasteless gas that causes death if inhaled for a long period of time. You should always have a CO detector installed around the furnace and inside your house to warn you when CO is detected.
As your furnace ages, it needs to work harder, longer and use more power to provide the heating requirement of your home resulting in using more energy and increasing the utility bills.
It’s often difficult to know when you have to repair or replace your furnace. Each situation is different. It’s better to contact a licensed furnace specialist to help you decide whether to repair or replace your furnace.
Investing on a new furnace can be overwhelming. Remember the furnace you choose today is what you have to deal with for at least next 10 years. There are several factors you should consider when choosing a new furnace.
Choosing the right size of the furnace is the most important consideration. Bigger is not always better and smaller is not always cheaper. An oversized furnace cycle more frequently, increasing wear and tear and decreasing the lifespan of the furnace. Too small furnace simply can not fully heat your home and will run all the time causing higher energy bills.
Having a licensed HVAC professional to determine the correct size of furnace for your home is first step in choosing a new furnace.
Choose Energy Star certified furnaces with the most efficiency rating that you can afford. While high efficiency furnaces come with higher upfront costs, they’ll save you money over the lifetime of your unit.
Federal government and Ontario government have their regulations on what is the minimum gas furnace efficiency. Read Ontario’s Efficiency Standards and Requirements.
There are three options for burner type. They account for varying degree of efficiency, comfort and price:
Single-stage – Furnaces with single-stage burners are the least expensive and at the same time the least efficient. Single-stage burners are either fully on or fully off, resulting in less consistent temperature and comfort.
Two-stage – Furnaces with two-stage (dual-stage) burners run on high or low. In midler days, the low stage, keep your home warm, burning less fuel and keeping your energy bill lower.
Modulating Burner – Furnaces with modulating burners are most efficient and most expensive. This type of burner enable the furnace to constantly operate in any adjustment between on and high, running at peak efficiency and making your home’s temperature more consistent and more comfortable.
Warranties vary by manufacturers and the models of the furnace. Premium furnaces with higher efficiency tend to come with better and longer warranties. Heat exchangers are the main and most expensive part of a gas furnace. Make sure to look for a long-term warranty on the heat exchanger.
If the furnace you plan to buy does not provide labor warranty, make sure to ask the contractor if they provide labor warranty. All our furnace installations come with 2 years conditional free labor warranty.
The quality of the installation is one of the most important factors to consider when you are investing in a new furnace. The proper installation is the key component of the overall operation, the performance and the efficiency of your new furnace. Improper installation can reduce the lifespan of the unit as well as your family’s comfort, in days when you need your furnace the most.
The cost of a new furnace can vary based on the size of your home, the efficiency of the furnace, burner type, installation location, venting upgrades if necessary, whether it’s a replacement or new furnace installation, the warranty covering the unit, as well as brands and many other factors.
The best is to contact us for an appointment. Our highly experienced HVAC professionals can evaluate your home to determine what size of furnace you need and answer any questions to help you make an informed decision to choose the right furnace to meet heating and efficiency needs based on your budget.