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Furnaces in Coquitlam

Property owners in the Coquitlam area can rely on Moore & Russell Heating and Air Conditioning to oversee the installation of their furnaces for flexible heating solutions catered to their requirements.

The Moore & Russell, Heating and Air Conditioning crew have the knowledge and skills necessary to complete the job flawlessly the first time, thanks to their many years of industry experience. Throughout the entire year, our licensed HVAC technicians are available round-the-clock. For work done on the weekend, on a holiday, or after office hours, there is no extra service charge! Additionally, we will also be available for same-day and next-day installation appointments if you ever experience a heating emergency!

In addition, Moore & Russell Heating and Air Conditioning are happy to offer a variety of repayment terms to help reduce some upfront costs if you need financial assistance when buying and installing a new furnace in your home. To learn more about these brilliant discounts, be sure to contact a member of our team today.

Located in Coquitlam, British Columbia, Moore & Russell Heating and Air Conditioning are ready to collaborate with you regardless of the task at hand. If you want to schedule a furnace installation appointment in Coquitlam with one of our licensed HVAC technicians right away, don’t hesitate to get in touch with us directly or use our online booking tool. Every initial consultation appointment comes with a free service estimate!

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What is the process of installation of my new furnace?

Have you ever wondered what exactly occurs in your home on the day of your furnace installation? If the answer is yes, there is no need to worry; the team at Moore & Russell Heating and Air Conditioning has put together a step-by-step process of what you can expect to occur during your appointment with us. Here is a closer look:

  1. During the time allotted for your appointment, a member of our crew of licensed HVAC technicians will visit your house.
  2. To prevent causing damage to your home, they will set up their workspace with care and lay down safety tarps on your floors.
  3. Then, our licensed HVAC team will manually uninstall all fuel and electronic parts before disconnecting your existing heating system.
  4. Our licensed HVAC technicians will carry your old furnace hardware to the exterior of your house for safe disposal after it has been detached.
  5. Prior to our technicians bringing in your new heating equipment, the space where your furnace is held will be vacuumed to remove any built-up dust and debris.
  6. Our licensed HVAC technicians will attach all fuel and electrical parts after they have been installed in the room.
  7. After that, a number of system and safety tests will be performed in order to ensure that your new furnace is running correctly.
  8. The HVAC team from Moore & Russell will then finish up their work, clean up, and depart so you can celebrate your newly warmed household.

This process will take anywhere between 4 to 8 hours to complete from start to finish!

How do I get a furnace ready for installation?

We understand that having a new furnace installed in your home can be exciting. However, if you have never had a new heating system fitted, you may not know precisely how to properly prepare your home for your appointment. As such, property owners should carry out the following in order to get their place ready for the installation appointment:

  • Remove any objects that may be blocking access to your current furnace to ensure our technicians are able to work comfortably
  • Ensure all pets and small children are looked after to ensure safety
  • Prepare any questions you may have for our technicians

If you have any other questions regarding your installation appointment and how to prepare, please do not hesitate to reach out to the team at Moore & Russell Heating and Air Conditioning in Coquitlam, British Columbia!

What temperature should a furnace be set to in the winter?

In the winter, you should set your furnace to 68 degrees Fahrenheit, or 20 degrees Celsius. This temperature is what is suggested by energy companies. However, if you find that your home is too cold, you are able to set the temperature in your home higher to fit your needs.

Is 72 a reasonable heat level for the winter?

Even though 72 degrees Fahrenheit may go beyond the optimum indoor temperature that is advised, it largely depends on the preferences of each homeowner. So, if your home is making you feel too hot or cold, you can adjust the thermostat to suit your needs. Therefore, you are able to keep your home at 72 degrees Fahrenheit in the winter if you feel your home is too cold for your liking.

What Homeowners Say About Us

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  • “I have never before dealt with such knowledgeable, honest and respectful tradesmen. They were quick, efficient and fairly priced.  I’ll definitely be using Moore and Russell again for all of my future plumbing jobs.” - Danielle W.
  • “They were just wonderful, respectful in our home, answered all our questions and went above and beyond with certain special requests we had. The install was done flawlessly and we look forward to comfort in the seasons ahead.” - Renee B.
  • “On time, done early, and minimized the mess in and around our home. We couldn't believe they did an entire Heat Pump + Furnace installation in one day. Thanks for a great install guys!” - Dave D.
  • “They showed up on time and were very professional. They explained in details about what they plan to do, what the work scope entails, and they answered all my questions/concerns before they started the work.” - John W.
  • “They showed up on time and were very professional. They explained in details about what they plan to do, what the work scope entails, and they answered all my questions/concerns before they started the work.” - John W.
  • “Mardin and Foad, the installers, showed up right on time and executed the installation perfectly. Everything went smoothly, and the unit is working wonderfully.” - Shahdad M.

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