Repairs for Heating, Cooling & Indoor Air Quality Products

At Acclaimed! Heating, Cooling & Furnace Cleaning we proudly service Edmonton, Sherwood Park, St Albert, Spruce Grove, Stony Plain and surrounding areas.

Ensure that your heating, cooling, and air quality products work at full capacity with repairs from Acclaimed! Heating, Cooling & Furnace Cleaning. With over 40 years’ experience in the indoor air quality business, Acclaimed! technicians are fully qualified to repair all types of heating, cooling, and air quality products. Feel free to call the office or book an appointment online.

What Are the Benefits of Giving Your Furnace a Yearly Tune-Up?

When the snowy weather hits and the temperatures start to drop, it’s time to turn on the heat and hunker down for the winter. All you have to do is brush the dust off the thermostat and turn on the heat, right? Actually, you should make sure to get your furnace checked out by a qualified technician before you turn it on for the season. Here’s why:

Catch Problems Early

Let’s say you’re an eco-conscious individual who waited until the last possible second to turn the heat on. That’s all well and good, but a bitterly cold evening is not the time you want to learn that your system is on the fritz and needs a serious furnace repair to start functioning. Even if you don’t plan to turn your heat on until late into the cold season, it pays to get it checked out early, so you don’t have any frigid surprises to deal with later on.

Preserve Air Quality

Indoor air can be significantly more polluted than the air outdoors, largely due to dirty heating systems. If you don’t get your air filters changed regularly, your furnace could end up collecting dangerous amounts of pollutants and cycling them through your home at concentrated levels, putting your family’s health at risk.

Keep Your Home Safe

A poorly-functioning system can be dangerous, potentially creating conditions that could lead to a devastating house fire. Additionally, improperly burned heating fuel can cause a buildup of carbon monoxide in your home, the deadly gas that can kill an entire household in the span of a single night. A yearly checkup will catch any issue before it becomes dangerous, allowing you to heat your home with confidence.

Ensure that your heating, cooling, and air quality products work at full capacity with repairs from Acclaimed! Heating, Cooling & Furnace Cleaning. Acclaimed! technicians are fully qualified to repair all types of heating, cooling, and air quality products. Feel free to call the office or book an appointment online.

According to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) the air ducts and heating or cooling system in your home or business should be inspected by a professional heating and cooling contractor. Many duct cleaners are not licensed HVAC contractors and are not qualified to service any of your HVAC equipment. A careless or inadequately trained service provider can damage your ducts or heating and cooling system, possibly increasing your heating and air conditioning costs or forcing you to undertake difficult and costly repairs or replacements.

Repairs

A broken-down humidifier, hot water tank, air conditioner or furnace can really impact the comfort of you and your family. Whether you’re sticking your head in the freezer or layering the blankets to stay comfortable, call Acclaimed! for a speedy HVAC repair!

Got parts or labour warranty? Fantastic! We are licensed warranty providers for Lennox, Rheem, Aprilaire, York, Goodman, KeepRite, Bradford White, Navien, Coleman, Ameristar, Trane and Carrier.

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Tune-Ups & Preventative Maintenance

Save money and comfort with a qualified tune-up for your heating and air conditioning appliances. Acclaimed! has the skilled technicians and experience to complete a range of tune-up services for your air conditioner and furnace.

How to make sure you are properly maintain your furnace’s built-in vacuum cleaner.

Learn how to clean the electrostatic filter of your furnace for the optimal air flow.

Find out how to maintain your intake air vents for the increased efficiency of your furnace.