The proof is in your heating bill!

Furnaces 20 years or older can cost you as much as 50% in wasted energy. A new high efficiency furnace will save you money on your utilities bill and provide you with more reliable, comfortable heat during our harsh Alberta winters.

When you install your new high efficiency furnace with Four Seasons, you will receive a superior furnace installation backed by 30 years of experience as an HVAC mechanical contractor and dedicated, certified tradespeople.

All furnace installations include:

  • Installed professionally by certified installers through the Journeymen Gasfitter (A) Apprenticeship program at NAIT (Northern Alberta Institute of Technology).
  • Includes a gas permit inspection from the city – the bench mark of ensuring a professional, safe, and up to code installation.
  • Includes full removal and environmental disposal of your old furnace.
  • Standard manufacturer’s warranty and a specially offered 1 year labour warranty and installation guarantee from Four Seasons. Optional extended parts and labour warranties are available from manufacturers.
  • Complete maintenance services to receive the best performance over the furnace’s lifetime. We provide certified servicemen for start to finish maintenance as well as 24-hour emergency service whenever needed!

All of our furnace installations are completed with a free in-home estimate. Your home is unique in its heating needs and as such requires in house inspection in order to make any recommendations for replacement.

Our two estimators are certified Gasfitter (A) Journeymen with over 40 years’ experience in the industry combined. We don’t believe in high pressure sales, but rather a professional, mechanical approach to provide you with the best options for your budget, your home, and your comfort needs.

Minimum Standard for Residential Gas Furnaces

A new national minimum energy performance standard came into effect December 31, 2009 mandated by the federal government that all residential gas furnaces sold in Canada will require an AFUE of 90%. All high efficiency, or condensing furnaces require changes to the venting systems when retrofitting from a standard furnace. In some cases, the hot water tank venting must also be upgraded.

High efficiency furnaces may cost more upfront, but you will profit from energy savings year after year. To find out just how many energy dollars could be staying in your wallet with a new furnace, check out your savings using Natural Resources Canada’s Home Heating Cost Calculator in the Resources below.





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