Bulldog Heating & Cooling Offers Furnace Repair Services In St. Catharines

August 23, 2019 - /PressAdvantage/ - Mr. Furnace, a partner of St. Catharines, Ontario based Bulldog Heating & Cooling, is pleased to announce that they have hit the milestone of 15,000 furnaces installed and 15,000 homes serviced. For over 40 years, the company has provided furnace installation, furnace repair, duct cleaning, and other HVAC related services. Their customers have come to depend on the company for friendly and expert service, and this reputation is what has led to Mr. Furnace reaching these two massive milestones. Read more about Furnace Repair St. Catharines online.

Mr. Furnace provides 24hr service, which means they are available to help whenever the client needs it most. There is no additional charge for after-hours service, so clients are free to get in touch with Mr. Furnace whenever they need their furnace repaired, regardless of how late or early it is. Clients in St. Catharines have not had to worry about a furnace breaking down for over 40 years, and Mr. Furnace is determined to make sure this remains the reality in St. Catharines for years to come. The company, on top of offering high quality service around the clock, ensures that every technician is courteous and polite. As the company says, “The last thing you should be worried about is who’s in your home. All of our technicians will provide courteous, polite, and respectful service—guaranteed.”

Each technician is Right Time certified, which means that each one has extensive training in their field and has undergone thorough background checks. Clients can rest assured that every time a technician enters their house, they are guaranteed to do the job well and treat the home with respect.

With Canadian winters being some of the coldest faced by homeowners, it is important to keep one’s furnace up and running at all times, especially during the winter. “Ontario winters can be miserably cold, so an operational furnace is a must,” says Mr. Furnace. “A broken down heating system can cause more than discomfort: it could seriously compromise your safety. Mr. Furnace is here to ensure that you never have to face the winter alone. We service all brands and types of furnaces, and never charge extra for after-hours service. If you need to get your furnace up and running again as soon as possible, you’ve come to the right place.” Read more online here: Furnace Contractor St. Catharines.

When installing a new furnace, it is important that it is done properly. An improperly installed furnace will not work properly and will be completely ineffective against the harsh Ontario winter. A badly installed furnace can also lead to increased heating bills. Mr. Furnace strives to ensure that every furnace installation is carried out quickly and correctly, and every one of their installations is backed by a true satisfaction guarantee. Every installation or repair is done with close attention to detail.

A number of clients have left 5-Star reviews praising the business for the service they provide. Vicki Austin, one of their customers, is quoted saying, “We've just had our new heating and cooling system installed and want you to know what a great experience it was. Tom and Jay were polite, professional, and very thorough. Their work was immaculate—from prepping the house for incoming (and outgoing) equipment, to installation, to testing the system, and then explaining to us how our new system works. We will definitely recommend Mr. Furnace to our friends and neighbours. Thanks for a great experience!”

Another customer, Kevin Elliot, says, “Ever since I moved to Saint Catherines just two short weeks ago, I cannot express just how wonderful the people in this town are. I called on a Friday morning, spoke to a wonderful person over at Mr. Furnace, and they were able to get me an appointment for a gas line installation the next day. That next day happened to be a Saturday. Joshua, my technician, showed up extremely early in the time window that was given, did excellent work, and even prepared me for something that was unexpected and then was able to find a missing piece and complete the job in a timely manner. Joshua is an outstanding employee and an even more outstanding representative of a terrific company called Mr. Furnace.”

St. Catharines residents looking for a reliable furnace installation and repair service are encouraged to contact Mr. Furnace today. Find out more about the company here: Furnace Company St. Catharines.


For more information about Bulldog Heating & Cooling St Catharines, contact the company here:

Bulldog Heating & Cooling St Catharines
Bob Bies
(289) 768-8391
164 Welland Ave, St Catharines, Ontario L2R 2N6

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