At Legacy, we specialize in HVAC systems for residential new home construction (RNC) and installation and replacement of furnaces, air conditioners, air cleaners, thermostats, humidifiers, heat recovery ventilation (HRV) units, humidifiers, and unit heaters, as well as other HVAC products!
Coordination with the city for inspection of new heating and cooling systems
Here are some tips from the experts at Coleman® Heating and AirConditioning, a brand of the Unitary Products Group of York–a Johnson Controls Company:
• Keeping the cool air inside is just as important as keeping the warm air outside. Caulking, weather stripping, and adding additional attic insulation will help keep cool air inside during the summer.
• Make sure the air is flowing properly through the vents. Inspect the ductwork for holes or separated joints, and hire a professional to repair them.
• Add insulation around air–conditioning ducts, when they are located in unconditioned spaces, such as attics, crawl spaces and garages; do the same for whole house fans where they open to the exterior or attic.
• Homeowners should check the SEER (seasonal energy efficiency ratio) rating of their air–conditioning unit. The higher the SEER rating, the more energy efficient the unit is and the lower your utility bills will be. Upgrading to a higher SEER rating can save homeowners hundreds of dollars a year on their energy bills.
If the air–conditioning unit needs to be replaced, homeowners should be aware of the U.S. Department of Energy legislation that requires all new, central air–conditioning units manufactured after January 23, 2006, to have a SEER of at least 13.
Consumers may want to consider an energy-efficient model, such as the Coleman Echelon™ 15+ SEER air conditioner. New models are Energy Star® qualified, use environmentally friendly refrigerant and have high-efficiency scroll compressors that enhance reliability and contribute to the extremely quiet operation of the units.
Furnace Cleaning In Edmonton
Dirt is the biggest enemy of your furnace. It can waste fuel and drastically lower efficiency. Dirt affects all three basic components of your furnace, so cleaning is the most important part of regular maintenance. The three parts of the furnace should be cleaned: the filter system, the blower, and the motor.
The furnace filter should be replaced or cleaned at the beginning of the heating season and about once a month during periods of continuous use. To check the filter, take it out and hold it up to the light. If it looks clogged, replace it with a new filter of the same type and size regardless of the length of time it has been used.
To date we have installed, repaired, or replaced commercial HVAC systems for:
We have successfully completed many HVAC projects in Edmonton.
Including projects for the following organizations and businesses, plus many more:
St. Basil School
Canadian National Department of Defence
Shoppers Drug Mart
Air Conditioning Maintenance Edmonton
The benefits of HVAC Maintenance are long-term and significant
The service was really good. I had them do my redo the whole heating down the basement and they did it within the time frame and the budget we worked with. Pleasant and professional company. 10/10 would recommend to any new home owner or home builder.
Awesome and friendly customer service, my furnace wasn’t working and they sent their on call technician out quickly and he was able to figure out the simple solution to my problem and had it fixed the same day… highly recommended!
Legacy only uses the most efficient and cost-effective HVAC products. We pride ourselves on putting quality and customers first! We will equip your new home with the best HVAC system and offer the most reliable residential heating service in Edmonton and Calgary.
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We’ll help you find the right heating and air conditioning system for you and your budget.