Heating And Cooling Fort Saskatchewan, Legacy Heating and Cooling
Legacy offers the most comprehensive, efficient and cost-effective HVAC products and services in Fort Saskatchewan, Alberta.
With many decades of experience in the field, we pride ourselves on putting quality and customers first!
Recently installed AC in our home. Installers were knowledgeable and were able to figure out some wiring issues done by our home builder regarding the thermostat. Very informative on maintenance and upkeep on the unit. I would recommend Legacy for heating & cooling.
Awesome service, fast, reliable and they take care of everything. Had a hot water tank installed a month ago and service was so good purchased a furnace a month later. Both purchases were on demand break fix issues and installed same day at a fair price
Mari Lyne Lovell
This is a great company! Friendly customer service right from the start! Colleen in the office is knowledgeable and extremely organized. I had a furnace maintenance and the humidifier removed and patched up. Tyler was my technician. He is polite and efficient and cleaned up after himself. He explained everything to me in a way I could understand and gave me some useful tips. The price was very reasonable. I will 100% be using Legacy in the future. Just an all around excellent company
So kind, courteous and quick. Called at 11 pm and they were here within the hour. Reasonable rates. I will definitely be going back to them for future furnace maintenance. As for the larger competitors who I have previously relied on for the past few years – look to Legacy for an exemplar of courteous service.
Service goes above and beyond, we are very happy with our install, thanks again Legacy!
Here are some heating and cooling tips
- 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.
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