A damaged or dirty furnace can pose safety hazards, lose its heating efficiency, and start a fire large enough to attract stray campfire musicians that refuse to leave. Keep furnaces free of unwanted byproducts with today’s Groupon to Aire Serv of Winnipeg. Choose between the following options:
For $99, you get a furnace tune-up and cleaning package (a $283 value).
For $59, you get a furnace tune-up and inspection package (a $139 value).<p>
This Groupon is valid only for service at homes within the Perimeter Highway.
Aire Serv of Winnipeg’s adept technicians service gas, electric, and oil furnaces in a wide range of makes and models, conducting their services by the job rather than in hourly increments. Over the course of a furnace inspection, technicians analyze and clean the furnace’s heat exchanger, burners, and flue draft diverter. After inspecting vents and replacing air filters, staffers clean the blower assembly’s surface as well as gauge fuel pressure and tighten wiring to ensure the system can’t reach self-awareness. Technicians complete all aforementioned services during a furnace cleaning and maintenance, with the addition of disassembling and cleaning all blower-assembly components. During both jobs, furnace whisperers inspect and calibrate the system’s voltage, air temperature, safety controls, and thermostat to determine which parts need lubrication and which have remained pristine enough to draw the admiration of avant-garde sculpture critics.
Aire Serv of Winnipeg
Aire Serv of Winnipeg's adept technicians service a wide range of air conditioners and furnaces as well as the ductwork that ties a central heating-and-cooling system together, conducting their services by the job rather than in hourly increments. Through routine maintenance services, technicians aim to keep gas- and electric-powered units safe and efficient. During tune-ups, they analyze and clean components, cleansing vents and replacing air filters to keep indoor air healthy. Aire Serv of Winnipeg sends out its team 24 hours a day, and its technicians arrive at each job in company uniforms to keep nosy neighbours from mistaking them for vigilante furnace techs.