Stay comfortable in every season with fast, reliable, residential heating and cooling service.
- HPCN-Qualified for Fortis BC Rebates
- Licensed, Insured, and Certified Technicians
- 24/7 Heating & Air Conditioning Service
Fortis BC Rebate Eligibility
Save even more while increasing your home’s efficiency
Complete Heating & Air Conditioning Service
No need to worry about suppliers or subcontractors
24/7 High Quality Service
Not just quality work — quality work when you need it
Service For All Brands & Models
No matter how new or old, our team can service your system
How? By connecting you with FortisBC's furnace and heat pump rebates for more savings. And by providing data-driven, only-what-you-need service that keeps your appliances running smoothly and reduces your household's heating and cooling costs in the long run.
We've been providing heating and air conditioning services in the Lower Mainland for over 20 years.
We work with customers near our headquarters in Coquitlam, BC as well as in Port Coquitlam, Port Moody, Maple Ridge, Pitt Meadows, Surrey, and throughout Metro Vancouver.
To keep your home's heating and air conditioning appliances in top shape and running efficiently, you should have the entire system inspected and maintained at least once per year by a qualified professional.
A well-maintained system will help you enjoy a more comfortable home, pay less on your utility bills, and avoid the cost of unnecessary repairs or early equipment failure.
Heating and air conditioning systems can become less efficient as they age, but most of their efficiency can be maintained through regular upkeep and the occasional fix or repair.
That's the main purpose behind annual or seasonal inspections — they let you know when it's time to replace a worn part, repair a faulty sensor, or even install a brand new unit, so you end up running a costly, inefficient system for years.
It depends on what your home needs. Seasonal maintenance for something like an AC unit or water heater will likely take just an hour or two at most, while projects like furnace installations or ducting for a new construction job can take significantly longer because supporting electrical, gas, or plumbing systems need to be taken into consideration.
Yes, this type of insurance does typically cover HVAC systems.
However, you'll want to keep in mind that the coverage practically never includes regular wear and tear, and can be withheld if your insurer feels that you're at fault for not maintaining the system properly or taking care of necessary repairs.