Edmonton Provider Offers New Furnace Installation Services

September 12, 2019 - /PressAdvantage/ - Alberta based Bulldog Heating & Cooling Edmonton is reaching out to their community, advising them to consider having new furnaces installed if their current units are on the verge of breakdown. A veteran in the field, the Edmonton furnace company offers local residents the benefit of their vast experience in diagnosing and, if necessary, replacing broken furnaces.

“Many homeowners would normally start searching for furnace sales in Edmonton when their equipment finally ceases to work, a worst case scenario that inconveniences everyone at home,” says Bob Bies of Bulldog Heating & Cooling Edmonton. “Since the entire household is suffering from the uncomfortable cold, it becomes harder for you to properly find a replacement at a fair, yet affordable, price range.” Instead, Bies advises homeowners and furnace owners of all kinds to plan ahead as much as possible. He notes that it is difficult to make important decisions when in a state of extreme physical discomfort and this may, in turn, negatively influence a buyer’s decisions.

“You can’t think clearly when you’re freezing,” he says. “It’s quite literally more difficult. Save yourself the hassle of having to deal with buyer’s remorse after a hasty purchase and shop around for a furnace you like before the unit you have breathes its last.” He continues, “When your furnace is beginning to show signs of trouble, it’s important that you contact an expert to conduct a thorough inspection to better determine how long it will still be serviceable.” Learn more at the following link: Furnace Repair Edmonton Alberta.

Bies points out that there are a few signs that homeowners can look out for that may indicate their furnace needs to undergo repairs. While it is easy to conclude that a furnace is not working if it does not turn on or refuses to heat a home’s interior, he states that more subtle signs can highlight a problem. “Keep in mind that letting your furnace function with certain kinds of issues can actually make things worse in the long run,” he warns. “While we advise switching out your furnace for a new unit if it is too old or beyond repair, we don’t want to see units reach the end of their life cycle prematurely.”

These warning signs include odd smells emitting from the furnace during operation, (such as the smell of rotten eggs, which should be taken note of immediately as this may mean there is a gas leak), rising energy bills that cannot be explained by other changes in the household, and even sudden noises that were not present during prior use (such as grinding, screeching, and so on).

According to Bies, certain thresholds can be used to gauge whether a furnace needs a repair or a replacement. The Edmonton furnace contractor says that homeowners should consider the age of their furnace—furnaces that are nearing 15 years of age, for instance, should be given more scrutiny as they are likely to be near the end of their lifespan. Bies also states that another good rule of thumb is to think about replacing a furnace if the cost of repairs for a single project exceeds 50% of the cost of a new furnace. Similarly, having the unit repaired many times in a short period can be a sign that it is about to give up for good, and the cost of multiple repairs may be better invested in a new unit.

Bies says, “Your home is expected to be a place where you can relax, stretch your legs, and just let the worries of the day slip away. However, if your furnace isn’t running properly, or has been ill-maintained for a long period of time, then it’s easy to find your home enveloped in an uncomfortable, chilly cloud. If this happens to be an all too familiar scenario, then it’s about time you took advantage of our furnace sales in Edmonton!”

He continues, “Bulldog Heating & Cooling Edmonton places a premium on the comfort and satisfaction of our customers so we only work with suppliers and manufacturers that we trust ourselves. By doing this, we ensure that all of our customers are provided with nothing but the most affordable.”

Those who wish to inquire further about the company’s services, or request their professional advice regarding a furnace, may contact Bob Bies of Bulldog Heating & Cooling Edmonton. The company can also be reached through their website and social media pages.

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For more information about Bulldog Heating & Cooling Edmonton, contact the company here:

Bulldog Heating & Cooling Edmonton
Bob Bies
(587) 400-9071
bob.bies@outlook.com
16081 132nd Ave NW, Edmonton Alberta T5V 1H8

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