A Full-Service Furnace Installation Company with Quality Lennox Products

Alberta Mountain Air has been a trusted residential furnace installation company for over 15 years offering homeowners a full range of HVAC products and services.  We have a team of qualified and trained furnace installation technicians who can help you choose the right furnace system for your home.

We are proud to be a Premier Lennox Dealer offering a variety of Lennox products to meet every size of home and budget.  We choose Lennox due to its superior quality, performance and 125 years customer loyalty.  Although a natural gas furnace is the common heating furnace installation method in cold provinces, Alberta Mountain Air also offers many alternatives such as a fan coil, geothermal or solar power.

Alberta Mountain Air can visit your home, evaluate your HVAC system and educate you on the furnace replacement options that will meet your needs.  Upon request, our certified technicians will provide layouts and heat loss calculations that show how to maximize climate efficiency within your home.

Once your new system has been installed, our technicians will take the time to walk you through the new system to provide  detailed operating and maintenance instructions.

Alberta Mountain Air together with Lennox provide a 10-year warranty on parts and labour. Register your furnace installation within 60 days of installation for an upgraded parts warranty.

We can also do any type of sheet metal work – from building a planter box to a complete commercial installation, there is no job too small or too large for our team!

When it comes to maintaining and repairing your furnace system, Alberta Mountain Air technicians can keep it operating at maximum efficiency.  See our $135 special on ANNUAL MAINTENANCE AND TUNE UPS.

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SLP99V Variable-Speed, Modulating Gas Furnace:
The Quietest and Most Efficient Furnace You Can Buy!

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When is it Time for a New Furnace Installation?

With Alberta’s cold winter days and high energy costs, it is important to have a gas furnace that is dependable and economical. You know you need a new furnace when it breaks down and becomes so outdated it is not fixable. But should you wait until it breaks down? Use our checklist to help determine whether it is time to replace your furnace:

  • THE AGE OF YOUR SYSTEM – Start by checking the age of your furnace. Many older homes still have their original furnace which could be at the end of its lifespan. The average lifespan of a furnace ranges from 15-20 years, depending upon maintenance and usage. To find the age, locate the owner’s manual or look up the system’s serial number which should be located on the furnace itself.
  • RISING ENERGY BILLS – An increase in energy bills can mean that your system is running less efficiently. A new furnace runs up to 50% more efficient.
  • EXCESSIVE DUST, DIRT, SOOT OR RUST PARTICLES – If you noticed more dust, dander, soot, rust or dirt building up within your home while your furnace is running, it’s a sign to install a new system.
  • HOME HUMIDITY PROBLEMS – Humidity is a concern for all homeowners in the winter, especially if you have wood floors. If you notice that the air within your home tends to be dry, your furnace could be to blame.
  • ROOMS ARE HEATING UNEVENLY – If you notice that different rooms within your home are heated unevenly (or not heated at all) it is likely due to your furnace. As your furnace ages, it can be more difficult to push heat evenly throughout your home.
  • FURNACE BECOMES UNUSUALLY NOISY OR DEVELOPS RATTLES, BUZZES OR HUMS – If you notice your system running louder than normal or develops rattles, buzzes or hums, it’s time to replace due to cracks, leaks or other structural issues.
  • VISIBLE SIGNS OF RUST OR CRACKS IN OR AROUND SYSTEM – Going back to the last point, if notice signs of rust or cracks developing in or around your furnace, it is time for a replacement. This naturally occurs over time as your furnace ages.
  • FREQUENT REPAIRS – Look back at your repair bills and note how many times you had to call on an HVAC contractor to repair your heating system within the last two years. If you see your repair man more than your friends, it is time to call Alberta Mountain Air for a Free Estimate!

If you have noticed any of the above signs from your furnace, it is critical to speak with an HVAC contractor to discuss replacement options. Not only is it important to have a working heating system throughout winter, but it is important to keep your family safe. Problems with your furnace can lead to health issues from carbon monoxide, dust and dander, and other things that are bad to inhale

Four Key Factors to Consider when Choosing a New Furnace

When you call in one of our technicians to explore the right furnace unit for your home, there are a few key factors to consider.  In order to give customers an accurate recommendation and price, we will review these 4 key factors.

  1. ENERGY EFFICIENCY When it comes to lowering your heating bills, the higher performing efficient systems will lower your heating bills however they also have higher upfront costs. When choosing the right furnace, you will want to consider whether you want to invest more upfront, in order to have the lowest heating bills possible from an energy efficient furnace system.
  2. SYSTEM SIZEThe size of your home may dictate how larger of a system you will need in order to achieve the comfort and energy efficient goals. In some cases, two furnace units may be required to circulate heat to all rooms.  Our technicians will evaluate your home and recommend the most effective way to meet your budget and goals.
  3. COMFORT FEATURES A new system can come with various comfort features that are optional and cost extra. For example, variable speed blowers or two stage burners are mor effective at evening out temperatures throughout the home. 
  4. PERMITS & CERTIFICATIONSEvery installation includes a required city permit and inspection to ensure peace of mind. You will know that your new product has been approved by the local inspectors. Permits can only be applied for by technically certified tradesmen.

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