Burnaby Furnace Repair
Pro Ace Heating and Air Conditioning has been the Burnaby’s furnace repair contractors for over 21 years. Our furnace repair and heating customers number well over 80,000 in 20 municipalities in the Lower Mainland.
Burnaby Furnace Repair Problems – Here’s The Answer
Pro Ace Heating provides 24/7 emergency furnace repair services in Burnaby. All furnace repairs are guaranteed and return visits are always free until the problem is resolved if necessary. What is important when considering furnace repair is having an affordable solution. This is only one of the reasons we are the most trusted furnace repair specialists in Burnaby.
Burnaby Furnace Repair Problems – Danger Signs
All these furnace danger signs are signals that you need a Burnaby furnace repair contractor to check:
- Gas leaks
- Carbon monoxide
- Thermostat malfunction
- No heat
- Leaking water
- Intermittent shutting on and off
- Ruptured pipes
- Broken valves
- Loud noises
- Strange Rumbles
- Inconsistent performace
Why Call Burnaby’s Furnace Repair Contractors – FAQ’s
We care! We take the time to listen to your particular problems and provide solutions to heating and furnace repair issues that keep your pocket book in mind. Below are just some of the most frequent calls of furnace repair problems we receive:
Question: Why is my furnace not turning on?
Answer: This problem could be because of several things. We suggest calling us today to arrange an furnace inspection and consultation. The problem may be simple and not require extensive furnace repair. At the same time, our trained and licensed furnace technicians will be able to advise you about a regular service schedule to prevent unnecessary furnace repairs and to keep your overall costs down.
Question: Is it important to hire a licensed furnace repair technician?
Answer: The answer is yes. All our technicians at Pro Ace Heating and Air Conditioning are trained and licensed gas fitters. They have both the training and experience in many kinds of heating and furnace repairs, as well as boilers, heat pumps, gas fireplaces, hot water tanks and tankless water heaters.