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Sherwood Park and Strathcona County Furnace Services

Whether it be a furnace  maintenance, repair or replacement Streamline Plumbing and Heating has you covered. In Alberta, our homes furnace can literally have a year round operation. We have had service calls come in in the middle of summer on some cold rainy days. A homes furnace is a very valuable piece of equipment to maintain your level of indoor air quality and comfort.

Furnace Protection Plans

Furnace Protection Plans

Furnace Protection Plans help extend the life of your furnace and can save you a bundle in the long run.  Check out what our plan offers below and when you are ready print off your coupon for a discounted tun-up!

Sherwood Park Furnace Maintenance Special Promotion! Full Tune Up Only $199

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Why Furnace Maintenance Saves In The Long Run

3 reasons furnace maintenance tune ups make financial sense:

  1. Helps prevent breakdowns and hundreds or thousands of dollars in repair costs over the lifespan of your furnace or boiler. Your technician can identify issues early on before they become an emergency.
  2. Save as much as 30% per year on energy costs. Your furnace will be kept in top condition and will be running more efficiently.
  3. Extend the life of your system by many years – pushes back everything from major parts replacement to an entire new furnace or boiler system installation.

Your furnace or boiler program includes:

  1. Complete and Total Combustion analysis. This is by far the most important inspection you can do. Streamline’s combustion analysis will check for the following:
    • Carbon monoxide. If there is any test you want to perform yearly, this is the one. Carbon monoxide is invisible, tasteless and odorless, and deadly – but it is a byproduct of your furnace’s combustion process. Normally it is vented safely from your home, but if something goes wrong it can escape into the home. Our combustion analysis can be printed to keep in your records and compare against every year’s results.
    • Percent of primary and secondary air in the combustion process. This test will check to see how efficient the combustion process is on your furnace. Burner and/or air adjustments might be required to set the proper fuel air mixture on your furnace to ensure your furnace is running as efficiently as designed.
    • Carbon dioxide. Once again this is a check that will tell us you have the right fuel air mixture in your furnace and thus running as efficiently as possible.
    • Nitric oxides. These are the unwanted products of combustion when the fuel/air mixture is incorrect.
  2. Heat exchanger inspection. This inspection allows Streamlines service techs to inspect your furnace’s heat exchanger for cracks or holes.  99% of the time when furnaces have cracks or holes, it’s usually at the top of the heat exchanger. Cracked heat exchangers are the number one cause of carbon monoxide poisoning in family homes.
  3. Gas pressure. Many residents of Sherwood Park are unaware that your furnace may be running too hot and not as efficiently as it’s supposed to run. This is because most furnaces are sent from the factory with the gas pressure set to sea level. Every furnace in the Sherwood Park area should be rated for the 2000 foot elevation in order to achieve peak performance.  Allow Streamlines first class gas fitter (A) technician check and adjust your gas pressure so you have a furnace running at optimal conditions.
  4. Check for gas leaks. A small gas leak over time can turn into big one. It’s important to catch gas leaks before the situation can become dangerous.
  5. Temperature rise. Every furnace is designed to run at a minimum and maximum temperature across the heat exchanger. Running a furnace up and above the maximum temperature rise will greatly reduce the life expectancy of your furnace. Running at or below the minimum temperature rise indicates you’re not getting the full potential out of your furnace which can leave you chilly on those cold winter nights.
  6. Check the flame signal safety circuit.
  7. Check electrical connections for integrity and proper torque. Many component failures are the result of electrical connections not being torqued properly and have a loose connection.
  8. Check electrical components for visible signs of damage. It is extremely important to catch a part that is about to fail before it costs you hundreds of dollars to repair. Sometimes a small part that fails can cause damage and failure to bigger more expensive parts in your system.
  9. Check amp draw and voltage of the components that have electrical motors in them. This check will also catch components that are about to fail before they fail. We will perform this check on the following components in your furnace.
    • Furnace blower motor
    • Inducer/combustion fan motor
  10. Place humidifier damper in the winter position. Many home owners who have a humidifier in their home comfort system don’t realize there are seasonal settings that have to be adjusted during spring and fall.
  11. Complete a general inspection of your furnace heating system for faults, safety and integrity failures.
  12. Inspect furnace and ductwork and inform you whether they could use cleaning. A reputable contractor specializing in duct cleaning will be recommended should you require their services.
  13. Check the operation of the safety devices. This test is to ensure that all the safety devices on your furnace will operate properly. Streamlines service techs will cause a situation in which a safety device should go off, and ensure it does. Such safety devices include air pressure switches, flame rods, high limit switches, roll out switches, plugged vent switches and high temperature switches.
  14. Inspect burners and orifices. This test is completed and adjusted to ensure none of the components are plugged with combustion residue or showing signs of failure.

furnace protection plans

As you can see, having furnace protection plans are key to a safer home.  Without them you can be left scrambling for money or parts, or even a place to stay until it is safer to go back.  At Streamline, we take pride in our work and we will not leave until you are comfortable again.

Call us today to get more information on furnace protection plans and to book your inspection.