Your Vancouver Furnace Repair Experts

We operate a 24/7/365 furnace repair service, known as the go-to company in the Lower Mainland for furnace installations, replacements, and urgent repairs. We also specialize in enhancing the energy efficiency of your heating or cooling system. For professional furnace repair assistance or thorough HVAC maintenance and installation services contact us.

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Heating Repair, Air Conditioning Repair & Installation
Services in Vancouver, BC

Is your HVAC unit in Vancouver in need of servicing? Vancouver Furnace Repairs is here to assist. With our skilled technicians, exceptional customer service, and competitive rates, we have established ourselves as the go-to HVAC company in the GVRD. Count on us to be available whenever you require assistance, be it for repairs, installations, or maintenance checks.

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Choosing the Right HVAC Contractor

At, we exclusively hire factory-trained technicians, recognized as top-tier professionals in the industry. This ensures that your work is completed accurately the first time, providing you with peace of mind. We aim to maintain a lasting relationship with you beyond the installation of your new equipment.

Our continuous services are crafted to sustain your unit's peak efficiency, preventing disruptive breakdowns.

Fair Prices and Great Service

If you require repair or replacement for your HVAC system, give us a call today to speak with one of our HVAC specialists. They will address all your inquiries and schedule an appointment at your convenience.

Reliable HVAC Contractor in Vancouver

No matter the weather, HVAC systems ensure comfort in homes and offices year-round. Trusting professionals for installation, maintenance, and repairs is essential to ensure optimal performance.

Residential HVAC Services

For homeowners in the GVRD, we offers prompt and professional HVAC services, including furnace installation, in-floor heating, heat pumps, air conditioner installation and repair, hot water tank maintenance and replacement, custom ductwork solutions, boiler and radiator installation, and ductless AC installation.

Commercial HVAC Services

We offer comprehensive commercial HVAC services to small and large businesses in Vancouver and nearby areas, including boiler installation and servicing, custom ductwork installation, hot water tank maintenance and replacement, and rooftop HVAC system expertise for retail and warehouse applications.

HVAC Expertise for Your Comfort

Our team of HVAC professionals in Vancouver is dedicated to providing superior services. With quick responses and professional solutions, we ensure your comfort year-round.

Frequently Asked Questions

Below are some questions that we frequently encounter about HVAC from homeowners around Vancouver, BC. If you're question isn't answered below, feel free to reach out to us via our contact page.

What is the cost of a new furnace and air conditioner?

The cost of a new furnace and air conditioner can vary significantly based on factors such as brand, size, efficiency rating, installation requirements, and additional features or upgrades. On average, prices range from $3,000 to $8,000 for a furnace and $3,500 to $7,500 for an air conditioner. Keep in mind that these are rough estimates. For a more accurate quote tailored to your specific needs, feel free to contact us.

How frequently should I service my air conditioning unit?

We suggest scheduling an annual service for your air conditioner. This helps save on energy and repair expenses, ensures smooth and efficient operation, and extends the lifespan of your system. Delaying AC maintenance can lead to decreased performance and increased risk of breakdowns. Attempting to save money by postponing maintenance may result in higher energy bills and potential repair costs if significant issues arise.

What exactly is a heat pump?

A heat pump combines heating and air conditioning systems. It works with different indoor setups, like all-electric and dual-fuel, for year-round comfort. In winter, it extracts heat from cold outdoor air to warm your home. If extra warmth is needed, electric heaters or gas furnaces can supplement the heat pump.

What are some ways to efficiently heat my home?

Consider replacing your furnace with a newer, more efficient model to save on energy bills. Lowering your thermostat in the winter can also help reduce energy costs. Ensure proper airflow by avoiding blocked vents and closing vents in unused rooms. Install ceiling fans that spin clockwise to help distribute heat efficiently in winter. Don't forget to schedule annual furnace maintenance to keep it running smoothly and catch any issues early.


Read what our clients have to say about us

“Highly recommend. Their technicians came the same day I called, right on time. They were super nice, friendly and knowledgeable and fixed the problem with my furnace humidifier on the spot. I am thoroughly impressed and will undoubtedly reach out to them again for any HVAC concerns I encounter in the future!”

Rebecca Thompson

“I'm extremely pleased with the work VancouverFurnaceRepairs did in replacing my water heater and furnace. I'm grateful for their assistance in informing me about the government rebate program and for recommending the most efficient models for my needs. The amount of space freed up by removing the old water heater was truly remarkable – it's hard to believe! Thank you!”

Mark Tofan

“Great service! My family is incredibly grateful to have come across this company. The entire team is exceptionally knowledgeable and skilled. The technicians arrived on time and were well-prepared, resulting in a smooth installation process. I am more than satisfied with their service and would wholeheartedly recommend them.”

Fred Chu