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Furnaces in Calgary


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Buying a Furnace in Calgary

Furnaces make a world of difference in bringing warmth and comfort to your home or office and are necessary to combat harsh winters.

If you want to buy a furnace in Calgary, look no further than Canada HVAC.

Canada HVAC is an online store for quality furnaces and other HVAC products. Our experienced HVAC experts can help you choose a furnace according to your needs and preferences.

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Our goal is to help Canadians save money, shop with peace of mind, and make informed choices on new heating and cooling systems.
Over 1 Million Canadians per year come to CanadaHVAC.com for help & guidance on upgrading their heating & cooling system!

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Our Products

Direct Comfort by Goodman Air Conditioners

Types of Furnaces

Canada HVAC has partnered with Direct Comfort by Goodman to offer you the best gas and electric furnaces.

Electric Furnaces

Electric furnaces can last longer than other furnaces as they have fewer parts that can wear out. Additionally, electric furnaces are energy-efficient and can help maintain ideal moisture levels in your home. Plus, you don’t need to worry about carbon monoxide, soot, or ashes.

Gas Furnaces

Gas furnaces come in both natural gas and propane gas (propane conversion kit required). They are a favourite for many because they are cost-effective and produce even heat even on the coldest days. Furthermore, annual maintenance on your gas furnaces will keep them operating efficiently, safely and at peak performance.

Things to Consider

A new furnace is a significant purchase. Below are some things to consider to help ensure you select the right heating solution for your home or office.

  • Climate and square footage:

Climate and square footage have the greatest influence on your heating needs. With Canada HVAC’s online sizing calculator, you can determine the right size furnace based on the climate, square footage, and age of your home.

  • Efficiency:

If you are looking to purchase a gas furnace, you should consider The Annual Fuel Utilization Efficiency (AFUE) rating. The AFUE rating measures the gas efficiency of a furnace over a whole heating season. The higher the AFUE, the more efficient the unit will be. A high-efficiency gas furnace will have a rating AFUE rating of 90-97%.

Since electric furnaces do not run on gas, they have an AFUE rating of 100%, but keep in mind that electricity is more expensive than gas. Therefore, a gas furnace with a lower AFUE rating could be less expensive to operate than an electric furnace.

  • Lifespan and maintenance:

Gas furnaces have an average lifespan of 15 to 20 years. On the other hand, you can expect an electric furnace to last for 20 to 30 years. Electric furnaces are also usually easier to maintain than gas furnaces.

Warranty coverage:

To ensure your investment is protected, look for heating units with warranty coverage. Ideally, the unit should have at least a 10-year warranty.

Furnace Installation

Unless you’re a trained HVAC technician, it would be wise to hire a professional to install your new furnace. At Canada HVAC, we partner with local HVAC technicians to offer furnace installation in Calgary. They’ll do ductwork, sheet metal work, and other specialized tasks.

Frequently Asked Questions

Yes! You’re able to pay off the balance at any time.

All our installers have had training and comprehensive testing to ensure high quality heating and cooling installation. In addition, all Canada HVAC installers have undergone extensive background checks and are fully insured.

What to Check Before Calling for Heating or Cooling Repair

Air Conditioner Furnace
Thermostat set to Cool, Fan set to Auto Thermostat set to Heat, Fan set to Auto
Air filter is clean Air filter is clean
Check the power: Circuit breaker Check the power: Circuit breaker and furnace wall switch
Ensure there is no ice buildup on the outdoor unit or frozen pipes Ensure pilot light it lit, fuel supply is on
Ensure panel door is closed and secured Ensure panel door is closed and secure

If you have checked the above settings or if there is a significant change in your heating or cooling system including: new smells or strange noises, schedule a service call right away.

Please contact Canada HVAC at  1-833-CAN-HVAC (226-4822)

Every installation is different and every project presents unique installation challenges, but we aim to have all installations completed in one day. Technicians will arrive at the prearranged agreed upon time and will keep you updated on the progress throughout the day.

We always recommend that homeowners are present during installation, but if that’s not possible, we require someone over the age of 18 to be home during installation.

All of our certified installers are trained professionals that have undergone extensive training and background checks.  However, if you are not satisfied with the installation, please contact Canada HVAC immediately.

We offer a 100% Satisfaction Guarantee on all our installations. If you are not completely satisfied, we will remove the HVAC system and refund your money – no questions asked!

HVAC installation requires electrical, gas and refrigerant knowledge as well as familiarity with local bylaws and building codes. Failure to properly install HVAC equipment can create safety concerns and performance issues as well as void manufacturer warranties. For those reasons, Canada HVAC always recommends professional installation.

You are not required to book installation through Canada HVAC and can use a local installer if you prefer. Just remember that manufacturer warranties will be invalidated if the HVAC equipment is not professionally installed.

Direct Comfort offers a 10-year Parts Limited Warranty coverage on all functional parts and Limited Lifetime Compressor and Limited Lifetime Heat Exchanger Warranties. These warranties only cover the replacement parts only, not the labour required to install them.

To ensure you have complete coverage, enroll in a Canada HVAC extended labour warranty and rest easy knowing you won’t pay for repairs for up to 10 years!

Please note, professional HVAC installation is required to keep manufacturer warranties valid.

Preventative annual maintenance can help you avoid costly repairs in the future and makes your heating and cooling systems more efficient, safe and reliable. In addition, many manufacturer warranties require yearly inspections by certified HVAC professionals to maintain validity.

Learn more about Canada HVAC maintenance packages here.

The average lifespan of an air conditioner is 15-20 years and an average furnace will last between 10-15 years. Annual maintenance and inspections can extend the longevity and efficiency of your unit.

Yes. The manufacturer will honour the 10 year parts warranty if a furnace or air conditioner is purchased online and installed by an authorized installation company.

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