Angels Heating and Cooling Company will guarantee that the air in your home is always kept at a comfortable temperature. Furnaces can be installed on your property by us. The main source of central heating, a central heating boiler circulates hot air throughout the entire house. A furnace can be used safely for up to 15-20 years after installation. We provide a wide range of heating and cooling options from many of the top producers. You’re sure to discover something that meets your demands and budget with so many possibilities available.
Angels Heating and Cooling , Air Conditioning has been working in HVAC Services like inspecting, installing, repairing and maintaining furnaces with 25 years of experience. If your furnace system breaks down do not panic, Our company provides 24/7 furnace repair in all of the Greater Vancouver and Lower Mainland area. If you want the best service, just call us and we will be happy to help you.
Angels Heating and Cooling Company in Chilliwack understands the importance of emergency HVAC needed for residential heating. It is hard living without heating and cooling systems, Angels Heating and Cooling specializes in residential heating and home HVAC services that include heating system repair , rooftop unit repair, installation, and central heating system maintenance.
If your heating system is not being tuned up once a year, if it has a faulty error sign , mechanical issue or it is not getting a regular maintenance, your heating system may not be working efficiently. Having your furnace, boiler, gas fireplace serviced annually will help you avoid unexpected breakdowns, carbon monoxide poisoning, higher than usual heating bills & more.
1,500 to 1,800 sq. ft
When it comes to choosing what size furnace you need, your best bet is to get a Manual J calculation done for your house. An HVAC expert can also recommend the correct size based on the square footage of your home. The maximum size unit you should buy would be 15% over the BTUs you need for cooling and 40% of the BTUs for heating.
A furnace burns fuel to create heat and distributes it throughout your home. It does not generate cold air. A heat pump uses the outside air to both heat a home in winter and cool it in summer.