Advanpro Advises to Make Scheduling a Fall Furnace Cleaning a Priority

July 23, 2019 - /PressAdvantage/ - Advanpro, a professional furnace cleaning company based out of Calgary, Alberta, strongly suggests their customers make early scheduling of their fall furnace cleaning a priority. The fall is a busy time of year for furnace cleaning companies in Calgary. They certainly don’t want to see any of their customers ‘left out in the cold’ because they waited until the last minute to try and get their furnace cleaned and inspected. Furnace cleaning is far too important to proper and efficient furnace operation to put off getting it done.

Rhys Evans, the owner of Advanpro, had this to say about why it’s important to get a furnace cleaning scheduled as soon as possible, “The summer season in Calgary is fun but it goes fast. Once it’s gone, that means cooler fall temperatures will soon be here and before you know it winter follows. It’s certainly not a time you want to turn on your furnace and find out it's not working. That’s why we urge our clients to be proactive and get a furnish inspection and cleaning done before they ever need to turn their furnace on. It’s even a great idea to get that furnace cleaning scheduled now in order to beat the fall rush. By doing that, a customer can rest assured a properly working furnace will be there for them when that first big cold spell hits.”

While they are working on a furnace it’s also a great time to have them clean up ductwork too. Evans says that Advanpro duct cleaning can really help improve the air quality in any home. This is especially true during the colder months when the outside air is not circulated through the home as much. That tends to lead to stale and stagnant air in a home that may not be ideal to breathe.

Evans states that Heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) systems have been shown to act as a collection source for a variety of contaminants. These unwanted contaminants have the potential to adversely impact respiratory health. They include such things as mold, fungi, pet dander, bacteria, and very small particles of dust. Furnace and duct system cleanings go a long way toward removing these harmful air contaminants and help make the air in any home or business that much healthier to breathe in.

Evans also suggested that why they are there working for a customer, that customer ask them about the many other HVAC services that the company offers. These include such HVAC services as furnace tune-ups, furnace installation, hot water tank replacement, and 24/7 emergency furnace services.

The owner also talked about the need for businesses in Calgary to get commercial duct cleaning done. He says that it’s his experience that businesses are much less proactive when it comes to cleaning up their furnaces and ductwork but this should never be the case. On average, people spend almost as much time at their place of work as they do at home. So he advises any business to take whatever steps are necessary to keep their furnace and ductwork as clean as possible. A healthy work environment is usually a productive work environment too.

Advanpro is a company that also claims they have some quality furnace cleaning service techs working for them. They have an A+ rating with the local Better Business Bureau and have also received several other local business awards for excellence.

Angela from Airdrie, Alberta posted this testimonial about her furnace cleaning experience with Advanpro: “My experience last year with Advanpro was excellent so I did not hesitate to book my annual furnace/duct cleaning with them again this year. Same and Jeff did a great job and Sam even gave me a few tips on cleaning my air filters which were greatly appreciated. Thanks again and I will be booking again next year too.”

Those who are interested in learning more about the many HVAC services that Advanpro offers can go to their website or simply give them a call.


For more information about Advanpro Furnace Cleaning, contact the company here:

Advanpro Furnace Cleaning
Rhys Evans
(403) 873-7779
11985 44 St SE, Calgary, AB T2Z 4G9

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