Our HVAC Services in Greater Metro Vancouver

Your Comfort is Our #1 Priority

We Do All HVAC Services
It is recommended that you have your furnace inspected, cleaned, and repaired at least once per year.
An annual air conditioning servicing and maintenance is recommended to help keep your unit functioning at peak capacity.
HEAT PUMP SERVICING & MAINTENANCE
Heat pumps are a great way to ensure efficient, even warmth in your home while reducing your monthly energy bill.
BOILER REPLACEMENT & SERVICES
all boilers need to be serviced every 12 months to ensure belier operating efficiently and energy consumption is low.
HOT WATER TANK SERVICING & MAINTENANCE
Water heating is typically the second largest energy expense in your home. Hot Water Tanks provides low-cost hot water on-demand.
TANKLESS WATER HEATER SERVICING & MAINTENANCE
Tankless water heaters have quickly become the choice for families demanding endless hot water. It is simple, inexpensive, cost effective, easy ventilation and heats the water only on demand.
As per industry standard recommendation you should clean your home or business air ducts every 2 years improve your system efficiency and unit life.
To fulfill manufacturers’ requirements for most warranties, gas fireplaces should be inspected and serviced once annually.
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HVAC Installation

Installing a Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning (HVAC) system in your home may seem complicated, but with we can help you to pull it off.

HVAC Maintenance

Everyone wants to make sure their HVAC system keeps them cool in the summer and warm in the winter. A regular maintenance plan will help ensure that outcome.
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How to Decide Between New HVAC System Quotes

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1
What system is right for me?

Every home and homeowner has different needs, So Angels Heating and Cooling will help you determine the best system for you with a free in-home consultation, The best solution may surprise you.

2
What HVAC add-ons do I need?

Whether summers are really getting hotter or we’ve lost our tolerance for heat as we grow older, lots of us are tempted to yank out noisy, dripping window air conditioners and replace them with quiet, efficient whole-house central-air-conditioning systems.

3
How much will it cost?

When added to an existing forced-air heating system, central air for a 2,000-square-foot home costs $3,500 to $4,000 and can be done by two technicians in two to three days, often with little or no change to the ducting.

4
What size HVAC system do I need?
House Square Footage BTUs Needed
100 – 150 5,000
150 – 250 6,000
250 – 300 7,000
300 – 350 8,000
350 – 400 9,000
400 – 450 10,000
450 – 500 12,000
500 – 700 14,000
700 – 1,000 18,000
1,000 – 1,200 21,000
1,200 – 1,400 23,000
1,400 – 1,500 24,000
1,500 – 2,000 30,000
2,000 – 2,500 34,000
5
What is better: gas, electric, or oil?

Oil furnaces run similarly to gas systems, but have a few distinct differences from both gas and electric systems.

Pros

  • Burns hotter than gas, meaning it heats your home much faster
  • Accessible to homes in remote areas
  • Systems last almost twice as long as gas units

Cons

  • Cost fluctuates depending on value of crude oil
  • You have to schedule oil deliveries to get heat
  • Requires a large oil tank in your basement

Electric systems work similarly to gas systems but use an electric ignition to start rather than a pilot light.

Pros

  • Environmentally friendly
  • Doesn’t make loud or clunky noises when operating
  • Easy to clean and maintain

Cons

  • Systems are susceptible to power outages
  • More expensive to use than gas
  • Slower response to temperature changes

Gas is used in nearly half the homes across America. In the Midwest, that number is even higher.

Pros

  • Convenient to use
  • Cheaper than electricity
  • Can be used to power everything from furnaces to boilers

Cons

  • Gas line installation could be costly
  • Appliances need routine maintenance to work effectively
  • Inefficient energy-to-heating exchange

Customer Service is Our #1 Priority

We Do All HVAC Services
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