Emergency Furnace Repair Winnipeg

Offering 24/7 Emergency Furnace Repair Winnipeg Services

Winnipeg temperatures in winter can drop below zero on a regular basis. While you need air conditioning in summer, arguably it is more important to have an efficient and effective furnace in winter to keep you and your loved ones warm during the long cold months. We specialize in emergency furnace repair in Winnipeg to ensure yours and your family’s safety.

The symptom of furnace breakdown is obvious…no heat, of course! However, there could be a number of reasons. These include: no ignition, pressure too high low or too low, problems with the filter, broken circuit board, issues with the engine or fan, and much more. The list can seem long and it is. While some repairs can be carried out by the experienced DIY enthusiast, it is always best and recommended to call in a professional who will be able to use their experience to diagnose and fix the problem.

To avoid emergency furnace repair, the furnace (and indeed the whole heating system) should be regularly serviced. Besides the obvious risk to your family’s health, a poorly-maintained furnace, and central heating system can cost you money. Low-performing systems require more fuel to keep them running, and this has a direct effect on both your budget and the health of the planet. Central heating systems should be professionally serviced once per year as a minimum to pick up on any wear and tear that if left alone could become a major and potentially costly problem. A regular service will also make sure that your system is clean and running efficiently, therefore saving you money and proving to be a wise investment.

Here are a few examples of furnace malfunctions and their likely causes:

  • If your condenser does not run properly, it may be possible that you do not have power supply, that the thermostat is set too high or that the motor or compressor is faulty.
  • If you experience uneven or inadequate cooling, it may mean that your distribution system is out of balance, the unit is not big enough or that the evaporator got dirty or clogged.
  • If your furnace doesn’t cool at all, it may mean that the condenser or evaporator got dirty or blocked, that the thermostat is set too high, that the compressor is faulty or malfunctioning or that your system does not have enough refrigerant.
  • Finally, if your condenser constantly turns on and off, the condenser or evaporator may be dirty, clogged or blocked.