Toronto's Trusted Furnace Tune-ups & Repair Experts Since 1992

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Furnace repairing can be a daunting task sometimes as there are many manufacturers and still quite a few “old” furnaces that are less documented but regardless, when it comes to fixing your furnace you want to make sure you are working with the right guys and that your problem goes away quick.

There is no time to spare. it is cold outside and you can not go without a furnace. so call us and we will be there shortly.

With more than three decades of experience, Tropic Air Heating and Air Conditioning have been offering affordable services in the Greater Toronto Area (GTA). Our commitment to quality and surpassing customer expectations has established us as one of the premier Heating and air conditioning companies in Toronto. Our top priority is customer satisfaction, and we provide prompt emergency services for boiler repairs, air conditioning repairs, tankless water heater repairs, air conditioner services, furnace installations, Heat pump installations, and air conditioning installations.

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Does your furnace need to be repaired?

Our team of skilled furnace repair technicians is readily available to assist you in your home. However, before scheduling a visit, we recommend going through this Quick checklist to help you prevent additional expenses and unnecessary frustration

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What does furnace preventive maintenance Tune-ups entail?

Servicing your furnace is a preventative heating service that involves a thorough inspection and general tune-up of your system. A furnace tune-up (servicing) involves checking all the system’s essential components and adjusting, cleaning, testing, and/or lubricating them as is required. As well as, inspecting the vent system and air intake grilles to remove any potential blockages. Essentially a system tune-up is a way of performing an all-around safety inspection of your heating system to ensure that all elements are running as they should be with no cause for concern. Some of the specific tasks involved in correctly performing a tune-up on your furnace include:

Toronto Furnace Repair and Tune-up Services- FAQ

A furnace should be serviced at least once every year by a licensed professional. As such, it is recommended that your furnace is serviced both in the spring as well as in the fall. However, annual maintenance, including a thorough inspection and cleaning of your entire furnace system and its individual parts, which commonly malfunction, such as, the air filter, the fan, the pilot light, and the heat exchanger, can also work towards preventing any further problems that might occur down the line.

A furnace tune-up/repair on average can take anywhere between an hour and a half to two hours depending on the amount of repair work that is required. Although, it mainly depends on the age of your furnace and several other factors. For instance, if your furnace needs more substantial repairs due to the age of your system, it may take more time to complete the necessary repairs. However, if your furnace is newly installed, kept in a clean location within the home, and well maintained, it could take even less time than on average. Every job is different some take less time then estimated and some even take more, for better time and cost estimates contact Tropic Air  Toronto HVAC experts.

How often your filters should be replaced or changed is largely dependent on the type of furnace filter currently in place. Although changing your furnace filter should be completed every month to every year. Furthermore, the recommended replacement frequency for filters can be found within the product information that’s included when you purchase a new air filter as provided by the manufacturers. However, to give you a starting point for what frequency you’re looking for changing your filter – size matters. For instance, for 1- to 2-inch filters, replace them every 1 to 3 months. For 3- to 4-inch filters, replace them every 6 to 9 months. For 5- to 6-inch filters, replace them every 9 to 12 months.

Annual furnace maintenance/tune-up & repairs offer several advantage to Toronto homeowners, including: saving money, by keeping your furnace running as efficiently as possible; maintaining your furnaces warranties, which may include terms that require regular maintenance, ensuring that you have coverage if your furnace does need further repairs; minimizing the risk of unexpected breakdowns, which means fewer system failures, and a reduced need for heating repairs, and minimal chances that you will be left without heat during the winter season; along with maximizing the service life of your furnace, as a well maintained furnace can last for well over a decade.

If you find that your furnace is no longer heating your home as it should be, oftentimes, the most common cause is dirty filters. Considering a clogged filter, filled with dust and dirt can restrict the airflow of your furnace. As such, the heat exchanger is likely to overheat and shut off too quickly, and your house won’t be able to generate any warm air to heat your home. The best fix to this problem would be to simply remove the old, used filter and replace it with a new air filter to restore the heat to your home. However  if the problem still persists contact Tropic Air Toronto Furnace experts.

If your furnace is malfunctioning, causing it to blow cold air through the vents in your home, there could be several problems with your heating system that may be causing this issue. For instance, it could be a faulty thermostat or circuit control board issue, which could be sending a message to turn the blower motor on but not the burner. Without activating the burners, the air being blown into your home will not be heated air. Or it could be that your pilot light has gone out/faulty electric furnace ignition, causing there to be no fire to heat the cold air. Or lastly your furnace could simply be lacking fuel necessary to generate heat. Contact Tropic Air Furnace experts to trouble shoot the issue and suggest you the best fix

If your furnace initiates the start cycle (powers on) but does not fire up, as it is supposed to, the problem is likely a faulty, damaged, or dirty ignitor/sensor. Unfortunately, this is a very common problem amongst furnace units, that can take place over the course of their lifespan. If this occurs, you can try to clean the sensor. Although, oftentimes it’s in your best interest to replace the ignitor/sensor altogether. However, it is possible for a flame sensor to go bad; but often, the sensor is not broken, in fact it is just dirty from a buildup of materials and particles in the confined area of the furnace.

Toronto Heating Experts Since 1992

Established In 1992, Tropic Air Heating & Air Conditioning Has Grown Into A Highly Skilled Installation And Service Company, Catering To All Aspects Of The Heating And Air Conditioning Industry. We Specialize In Renowned Brands Such As Trane, Goodman, Carrier, Bryant, Rheem, York, Amana, And More.

Why Choose us

Up Front Pricing with No Hidden Fees

Fully Insured

TSSA and WSIB Licensed HVAC Technicians

24/7 Emergency Repairs Support

Priority Service : Same day or next day repairs

We service all HVAC makes and models.
Call us at (416) 492-7633 or fill out the form to schedule a service appointment.

Tropic Air Heating and Cooling,
152 Carlton St. Unit B3, Toronto, ON M5A 2K1

Phone: (416) 492-7633