Heating Systems

Furnace or Heat Pump Heating systems

Maybe it’s time to replace your furnace or heat pump heating system. It’s a big decision and, whether you want to reduce your energy bills or stop putting more good money into a system well past its useful life, we’re help to help.


Heating System: Should I repair or replace?


We want you to know what to consider and expect so you can make the best decision.  Consider:


  • Comfort requirements such as stale air problems, system noise levels, specific rooms that are too hot or too cold, or air that is too humid (muggy) or too dry (e.g. static electricity, dry throat or skin).
  • Home use such as special heating conditions due to an exercise room, home office, parties or if there exists unnecessary heating of closed­off rooms or during unoccupied periods.
  • Health/safety requirements such as humidity control, indoor air quality, respiratory conditions, or child safety concerns around your system.
  • Financial requirements such as the importance of saving money on energy consumption and operating cost, working with a contractor that can protect a homeowner from risk and liability, or your wish to explore financing options.
  • Property requirements such as if you are planning to add on to your home or begin home renovations.

Schedule BELOW a free, no obligation appointment with one of our inspectors and learn more about our entire line­up of heating systems and system enhancements.

Components of a typical heating system. Should I repair or replace?

Components of a typical heating system. Should I repair or replace?

Energy Saving Products For Your Furnace

All furnaces, even hi-efficiency, have a make-up air duct. An uncontrolled air duct is worse than an open window, as it draws in cold air to your home all winter. This makes your heating system inefficient. Next to a mid-efficiency furnaces is a combustion air duct, which may deteriorate into an ineffective bucket. Cold air pours into your basement continuously. Shutting this duct manually is unsafe; your furnace needs this air, but only when is firing.

A combustion air damper or a fresh air damper (gas code and CSA approved) will solve the problem. The damper is built to shut off the cold air automatically, but guaranteed to open before the furnace fires.  In the end you have an efficient, automatic and safe way to prevent cold air from coming in your home; you burn less fuel--reducing your carbon footprint--and you save money.

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Alberta Indoor Clean Air

215 – 41 Ave NE Calgary, AB

403-230-2689

Store & Office Hours

Field services calls appointments generally book:


  • Weekdays from 8:00 am to 6:00pm
  • Saturdays from 8:00 am to 3:00 pm

We also provide 24 hour support:


  • Urgent - within 8 hours
  • Emergent - within 4 hours
  • Emergency - within 2 hours


We strive to accommodate Client's constraints, including appointments outside of core operating hours.