Furnace Service & Repair
Spring Home Heating & Cooling Has Been Providing Furnace Repair & Maintenance Services To The GTA For Over 20 Years
During Canadian winters, your furnace is the best protection against the cold. Keeping your home comfortable, safe, and warm is what your furnace does best, but it’s imperative that you take care of your furnace so it can take care of you. If you’re a homeowner in the Greater Toronto Area, you can feel comfortable knowing that our experienced technicians are ready to help you with quick & reliable furnace service and repair.
Emergency Furnace Repair
There’s never an opportune time for your furnace to break down, however, some times are less convenient than others. You can rely on Spring Home to be there to help fix your system day or night, any day of the year. With 24/7 emergency service and repair, you can call the expert technicians at Spring Home when you’re experiencing strange noises from your furnace, sudden inadequate heating, or a full-blown furnace breakdown.
While sometimes furnace malfunctions and breakdowns can happen without warning–especially in older systems, furnace emergencies can be avoided with regular preventative maintenance. At Spring Home, we offer annual preventative maintenance to all of our customers that will help ensure that your furnace is running safely and efficiently. This will help you elongate the lifespan of your furnace, save you money in future emergency service and repair, and help keep your home comfortable.
With over 20 years of experience, you really are in the safest of hands with SpringHome. Our friendly team of consultants and technicians are dedicated to providing customers with the best heating solutions, products and services.
For emergency furnace service please call (416) 272-8898
To schedule a regular service appointment submit the form below and our certified experts will contact you shortly.
Wear and tear and general underlying issues can cause a furnace to work less effectively, heating your home unevenly or inadequately. Homeowners who schedule annual maintenance for their furnace will notice that their home is more consistently and comfortably heated.
By scheduling annual preventative maintenance, you’re ensuring that your furnace is working as well as possible without any underlying issues that could be causing strain on the system. By choosing to have a well-maintained furnace, you’re making sure that your furnace’s lifespan is as long as possible.
When our experts come to perform preventative maintenance on your furnace, they take the time to fix (or arrange to fix) any small issues in your furnace that you may not have been aware of. This stops potential damage to your furnace at the root, ensuring that your furnace won’t have a sudden breakdown later on, costing you significantly more in repair and service bills.
A well-maintained furnace is an efficient furnace! When you choose to take care of your furnace through annual preventative maintenance, you’re making sure your furnace is running as efficiently and as effectively as possible, saving you money every month on your utility bills.
What Should I Do Before Calling For Emergency Furnace Repair?
Before calling for emergency furnace repair, check to make sure that it isn’t one of these common issues that can be remedied immediately:
- Your furnace was accidentally switched off
- Your thermostat batteries are dead
- Your thermostat was accidentally set to COOL instead of HEAT
- Your furnace’s external exhaust and/or intake pipes are blocked with leaves or snow
- Your furnace filter needs to be replaced
How Often Should I Call For Furnace Maintenance?
It’s recommended that homeowners call for furnace maintenance once a year before the winter begins to ensure their systems are running properly for the cold weather ahead.
How Long Does A Furnace Last?
The average lifespan of a furnace is between 10 and 15 years. With proper care, a furnace can live to its full potential.
Should I Repair Or Replace My Furnace?
While sometimes it can be difficult to tell if your furnace needs to be repaired or replaced, here are a few signs that it may be time to invest in a new furnace instead of trying to save the old one:
- Your furnace is 10-15 years old
- Your furnace is costing you more and more in energy costs
- Your furnace is no longer adequately heating your home
- You’ve noticed that your furnace is requiring more repairs than usual
Can I Repair My Furnace Myself?
No. If you are not a licensed furnace technician it’s never a good idea to attempt to repair your furnace yourself. This could cause more damage to your furnace, but more importantly, it’s a hazard to your health and safety.