Promotions and Rebates
Time to get your Furnace Tuned-up!
Furnace tune-ups can help you lower your utility bills and heating operating costs…and increase your family’s safety.
Tune-up & cleaning can include:
- Inspect chimney and clean out any debris
- Visually inspect heat exchanger
- Examine blower compartment
- Cleaning of blower & blower compartment*
- Clean & lubricate motor and fan
- Clean or replace filter (we supply if a standard size*)
- Clean and reset burners
- Check operation of fan and high limit controls
- Inspect gas pilot system
- Examine and adjust drive system
- Test thermostat and furnace switch
- Check carbon monoxide levels upon entry and exit
Should repairs be needed (and approved by you), any necessary parts and labour would be extra and billed and our regular rates. An additional charge will apply for a second furnace at the same location.
A furnace tune-up can save you up to 30% of you monthly energy costs! – Source: Angie’s List
Act now and call 306-522-3000 or fill out the form below for more information!
*Notes: In most cases, the cleaning of the blower can be done on-site. If unusually dirty, with customer approval, we can take it off-site for additional cleaning for an extra charge.
-Standard filter sizes are: 20X25X1, 20X20X1, 16X25X1, and 16X20X1
Act now and stay warm this winter!
Call us today, and we can work with you to determine what discounts and rebates will offer you the most savings.
All of our installations are available with a 10 year parts and labour warranty!
Financing options are also available. For example, for a typical house in Regina that is approximately 1200 square feet, a monthly payment could be as low as $69/month.
Other heating packages, and other financing options are available including no payment and no interest options.
Install your new furnace, and take advantage of today’s rebates and discounts.
Contact us now and we will find something that works for you and your family today. Call us at 306-522-3000 or request a free quote in the blue box below.
Act now before discounts and rebates end!
*A gas furnace made in the early 1970s typically has an AFUE of about 65 percent. (consumerreports.org)