Furnace Cleaning Services

At Edmonton Furnace Services, we use the Power-whip furnace and air duct cleaning method to ensure direct surface contact cleaning. This technique combines the benefits of old-technology brush cleaning with the safety of modern pneumatic cleaning systems. Our setup offers proper cleaning while eliminating the risk of damage to the inside of your ductwork. Since there are no bristles to catch on prevents any damage to the ducting! Much of our equipment comes directly from one of the industries leading equipment vendors – HyperVac Technologies. We are proud HyperVac Technology customers!

3 Signs You Need Your Furnace Cleaned:

Dirt, Dust & Debris Build-Up

Dirt, dust, and debris build-up in your furnace can cause a variety of issues, including reduced efficiency, increased energy bills, and even potential health hazards. This build-up occurs naturally over time as the furnace draws in air from the surrounding environment. Homeowners can monitor the build-up by checking the air filters in their HVAC vents. If the filters are covered with dirt and dust, they should be cleaned or replaced. After doing so, homeowners should recheck the filters a few days later. If they've already become dirty again, this is a clear sign that the furnace itself needs cleaning to prevent further build-up and potential issues.

Yellow Furnace Flames

If you notice that the flames in your gas furnace are yellow instead of blue, it could be a sign that your furnace needs cleaning. The blue flame in a gas furnace indicates that the gas is burning efficiently, while a yellow flame suggests that something is interfering with the combustion process. This could be due to a build-up of dirt, dust, or other debris inside the furnace, which is preventing the gas from burning cleanly. A dirty furnace can also produce carbon monoxide, a colourless and odourless gas that is toxic and potentially deadly. If you see yellow flames, it's best to have your furnace inspected and cleaned by a professional to ensure safe and efficient operation.

High Energy Bills

If you've noticed a sudden spike in your energy bills, your furnace could be to blame. A dirty furnace can cause your system to work harder and run more often, which leads to higher energy consumption and costs. This is because dirt, dust, and debris build up in the furnace, causing it to operate less efficiently, meaning it needs more energy to produce the same amount of heat. As a result, your furnace must work harder and longer to keep your home at a comfortable temperature, leading to increased energy bills. If you're concerned about high energy bills, it's a good idea to have your furnace cleaned by a professional to improve its efficiency and lower your energy costs.