We’re here to bring comfort to you – whether you need a new furnace installation or a boiler installation to keep your family warm during cold winter days! You can count on us. Our sales specialist will help you get the products your home needs for the best prices.
Make a hot day a cool day by installing a new air conditioner in your home – or keep your home cool with regular AC maintenance. Our sales specialist will help you get the products that suit your home needs for the best prices.
Service & Maintenance
Make sure to perform annual furnace maintenance and air conditioner maintenance to avoid unexpected heating or cooling system failure. In an emergency, you can count on us to repair your furnace or to repair your air conditioner.
Indoor Air Quality
We have all products to keep your home comfortable and healthy. A humidifier controls the humidity level in your home and an air purifier guarantees clean air for your family.
Thermostats and zoning systems provide you with the flexibility to meet the perfect indoor air temperature in every room of your home. Through the use of smart technology, these systems allow for a customized and comfortable way of life that leads to more efficient control of your home’s heating and cooling system.
Save money and avoid surprise fees by purchasing our protection plan. Annual HVAC system maintenance and regular tune-ups can extend the operation life of your heating and cooling system.
It’s easy! Just click here to request a free consultation. We will give you a call to discuss your needs, and arrange to meet at your home. From there, we can give you a guaranteed price.
It’s important to take experience and customer satisfaction into account as well as price. While another company may quote a lower price, how much are you saving if the job is done poorly and needs to be repaired in the near future? With Willsbrother, you’re getting the satisfaction of a job done right the first time, every time — at a competitive price.
An HVAC unit is a machine that requires periodic maintenance just as any other machine would. For example, your car needs periodic oil changes, batteries recharged, etc to keep running. In the same way, a furnace and air conditioner unit need maintenance to run efficiency and effectively. Annual maintenance is essential to avoid emergency repairs that are often costly to a homeowner.
Simple tips such as these can prevent your heating unit from failing during the times we need them most, frigid winter nights. Avoid emergency calls and:
- Have annual maintenance performed on your heating unit,
- Change the filter regularly (every 60 to 90 days),
- Hire a qualified and experienced technician to effectively fix any required furnace repairs
Replacing a furnace filter is an important step every homeowner must take to keep their home’s heating and cooling running efficiently for years to come – and to protect and improve indoor air quality by preventing indoor air contaminants. Dirty filters can cause a variety of malfunctions to your HVAC system including a/c ice build up and furnace overheating (due to airflow limitations) and it is often overlooked by homeowners. It is crucial to check your furnace filter monthly. Simply hold the filter towards light and see if light easily passes through the filter. If not, this is a great indication that the filter is dirty and needs to be changed. This action will ensure that you will get a better heating in the winter and air conditioning in the summer. The combination of furnace maintenance and air filter changes will increase energy efficiency, extend unit lifespan, improve air quality and lessen the chance of costly repairs.
Certain factors must also be considered in determining the correct time to change the filter. Such factors include:
- Type of furnace filter (pleated, fibreglass, reusable, etc)
- The level of pollution around the home (construction, renovations, etc)
- Home air quality (smoking)
These factors can greatly affect an air filter life, and so, the best way of knowing when it’s time to replace the filter is by checking on it regularly.
In most parts of Canada, it will be more expensive to heat with an electric furnace than one using oil or gas. An exception would be if you heat primarily with a wood stove and use the furnace only infrequently as backup. In this case, the low cost and low maintenance requirements of an electric furnace may be a major advantage. Deciding between oil and gas furnaces is a matter of choice. Make the calculation to see if it is significantly cheaper to use one fuel or another based on current prices in your area. Oil furnaces require a tank and usually a chimney. There may be additional costs for chimney modification or oil storage tanks when purchasing an oil furnace. Some home insurance companies require periodic oil tank replacements. Check if a new gas furnace would also require relining the chimney. Consult with your contractor and make sure that these costs are included in your estimates.
An air conditioner seems as if it cools your home’s air, but it actually makes your home less warm by removing heat from the indoor air and transferring that heat to the outdoor air. Heat is extracted from the home by passing indoor air across a refrigerant coil in the indoor unit. Refrigerant lines then carry the heat to the outdoor unit, where it is released into the outside air. The cooling cycle continues until the indoor temperature reaches the thermostat setting.