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In our climate having a reliable furnace isn't just a luxury, it is a necessity. At 4 Seasons Heating, Cooling & Electrical, we have all the expertise to keep your home full of warm, fresh air in the winter months. Since your home's heating source is essential for survival, we offer 24/7 emergency bookings. The comfort of our customers is our main priority and we stand behind all our products and services. You can trust our technicians - each one is licensed, bonded and insured with background criminal checks. By choosing 4 Seasons Heating, Cooling & Electrical, you can rest knowing you are receiving a premium HVAC experience.
Upgrading or replacing your furnace can be a big investment, and we are there to help! Our knowledgable team of sales consultants are trained to advise our customers on what type of furnace will work with their home's specs. We offer a wide variety of product lines that are sure to work within your home's size, temperature preferences, energy efficiency and budget. We offer free, in-home, no-obligation consultations to ensure you are fully aware with the new furnace you will be receiving.
We can't see into the future, but our talented team of service technicians are trained to spot potential furnace problems before they happen. By booking regular preventative maintenance appointments before the cold season starts, you are reducing the chance of a surprise breakdown. Additionally, an up-kept furnace will maximize the unit's efficiency and ensure you are not wasting energy.
If your furnace is going to fail, chances are it will be on one of the coldest winter nights of the year! In our geographic location, no heat can be more than an inconvenience - it can be dangerous. That's why we are available by phone around the clock - reach us 24/7 by calling our emergency hotline at (204) 953-5700. Our team of licensed, bonded and insured technicians will get your furnace back up and running in a timely matter.
Indoor air pollution is among the top five environmental health risks. Usually the best way to address this risk is to properly ventilate a home with clean air. The ventilation method may, however, be limited by weather conditions or undesirable levels of contaminants contained in outdoor air. If these measures are insufficient, an air cleaning device may be useful. Air cleaning devices are intended to remove pollutants from indoor air. Some air cleaning devices are designed to be installed in the ductwork of a home's central heating, ventilating, and air-conditioning (HVAC) system to clean the air in the whole house. Portable room air cleaners can be used to clean the air in a single room or specific areas, but they are not intended for whole-house filtration.
Our ESSA indoor electric air filters provide pure air, efficiently. Easily fitting into existing systems, ESSA's high efficiency, low pressure drop filters require low wattage to completely remove harmful airborne particles. ESSA filters do a superior job keeping your indoor air free of dirt and disease and are easy to maintain.
Our ESSA filters run on less power than a 30W light. As airborne particle enter the filtration unit, they are polarized by an electronic force field. The more particles collected, the more efficiently the filter works. Unlike other electronic filters, ESSA filters are non-ionising, which means that no charge is applied to the particles passing through the filter. In other words, they take out potentially harmful particles without creating negative side effects such as ozone or ionized air. Competing filters rely on the collision of particles with a dense filter. To maintain airflow, air must be forced through the filter at a very high pressure. The extra energy required to generate such pressures is very costly and can cause problems in reduced air volumes with existing ventilation and duct systems.
ESSA’s superior energy efficiency is due to the low pressure drop required across the filter. Call us today for more information on our selection of air filters and which one is right for your home.
Protect your home from the damaging effects of dry air. If you are noticing things like dry nose, cracked, itchy skin, sore throats, aggravated allergy and asthma symptoms, painful static shocks, chipping paint and plaster and splitting or cracked wood floors you may want o look in to a humidification unit.
Turning your temperature up in the wintertime will keep you warm but won't necessarily increase your home's humidity level. Daily activities such as showering, cooking and doing laundry don't produce enough moisture to keep your home's air from being too dry. According to medical experts, many viruses thrive in low humidity increasing the likelihood of catching colds, flu and upper respiratory ailments.
A home humidifier will deliver the perfect amount of moisture into the air making you feel more comfortable at lower thermostat settings. In fact, you can save up to 4% on your heating bill for every degree you lower your thermostat! Increase your family's level of comfort and protect your valuable furnishings by adding just the right amount of moisture.
Living inside today's homes can generate both moisture and pollutants. The moisture comes from cooking, washing, showers and breathing. At excessive levels, moisture condenses on windows and can cause structural deterioration. Areas of excessive moisture are also breeding grounds for mould, mildew, fungi, dust mites and bacteria. You know you have a problem if you find moisture collecting on your windows, or if you notice black spots on walls. These unsightly spots indicate mildew growth. Mould spores and dust easily become airborne and circulate freely throughout the house, possibly causing a range of symptoms and allergic reactions.
A heat-recovery ventilator (HRV) uses the heat in the outgoing stale air to warm up the fresh air. A typical unit features two fans - one to take out household air and the other to bring in fresh air. What makes an HRV unique is the heat-exchange core. The core transfers heat from the outgoing stream to the incoming stream. It's composed of a series of narrow alternating passages through which incoming and outgoing airstreams flow. As the streams move through, heat is transferred from the warm side of each passage to the cold, while the airstreams never mix.
A programmable digital thermostat can reduce energy consumption costs by up to 30% and let you program to your specific heating schedule. These thermostats work with both your furnace and air conditioner and are easy to operate. We have a wide variety of products to choose from that fit within your home's specs, budget and technical requests.
A properly designed duct system is built to work with your home's design and is used to distribute warm air evenly throughout the building. Size, shape and length of ducts are all considered when designing a system for your home. It is important that the ducts are constructed in conjunction with a properly powered furnace. It is important that ducts are properly sealed to avoid heat loss so your furnace can run at its maximum efficiency.
Don't leave your furnace for chance. We offer free, in-home, no-obligation consultations on any new furnace. Book your appointment anytime by calling (204) 953-5700 or on any device online while you are on the go.