Brampton AC Repair & HVAC Services

When your heating or cooling system breaks down and it is the middle of the summer or the winter, you do not want to trust your furnace repair to amateurs.

Dr. HVAC offers furnace, air conditioning and water heater repairs in Brampton, Mississauga as well as Toronto and the GTA. Installing new equipment, emergency furnace repair, heat pumps, boiler repair, the list goes on for HVAC services we offer.

We are the HVAC contractors that the Brampton area trusts year around for expert advice. You can read heating and AC reviews from our satisfied customers, or contact us if you require further information.

“My furnace stopped working and within the hour they. showed up and repaired the unit. The dispatcher (Ashley) and Mike were extremely helpful, responsive, professional and personable. I would highly recommend this company and these employees for your HVAC needs.”


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Dr HVAC Brampton
215 Advance Blvd Unit 1
Brampton, Ontario L6T 4V9
(905) 457-4425

Here are just a few of the reasons why Dr. HVAC should be your #1 choice in furnace repair for Brampton:

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At Dr HVAC, we are committed to providing you with the best possible home heating experience.

FAQ: Furnace Questions Answered

Why is my furnace blowing cold air?

A chilly morning is an unwelcome feeling if it’s because your home heating is blowing cold air instead. It could be something with the thermostat, either in settings or in how it is connected. It could also be your furnace filter in need of replacement or maintenance. Both of those issues are solvable on your own for the most part and can be a quick fix. Other issues may need professional repair services to get your furnace heating again. Issues like clogged condensate lines, pilot light not staying lit, leaky ducts, or problems with gas supply could be why you need repairs, but you can schedule one of our trained professionals to diagnose and repair your furnace.

My furnace is making loud noises, what do I do?

Modern heating systems are very quiet, so loud noises can be a very big signal for maintenance on your furnace. Rattling, scraping, banging, or high pitch screeching are common noises that should not be ignored and you should book a service call immediately. It could mean many things such as dirty burners, a cracked heat exchanger (that could be leaking carbon monoxide) or  issues with the blower – all of which need attention and maintenance to avoid needing a new system.

How do I fix a leaking furnace?

The most important thing to do is immediately turn your furnace if you have discovered a leak. Chances are if it’s leaking you need emergency service and can call us or book online to handle the issue for you. It may be an issue with the humidifier many have integrated into their home heating. If you have a high-efficiency furnace the leak may be coming from the condensate lines (either a leak or a clog), or from the condensate pump itself. If you have a conventional furnace the leak may come from the metal exhaust pipes.

Can my furnace leak carbon monoxide?

If you have a gas-burning furnace, it is possible to have a risk for carbon monoxide leaks. The carbon monoxide is typically contained in your heat exchanger and then directed through the flue pipe to vent outside. If you have a cracked, leaky, or corroded section of this system, carbon monoxide can leak into your home instead. We always suggest having a carbon monoxide detector in your home as it is odourless, tasteless, and extremely dangerous. If you suspect a leak, turn off your furnace emergency switch, exit the home and call us for an emergency service visit.

How do I practice good furnace maintenance?

Regular maintenance for your air ducts and furnace is a chore you know you should take care of regularly to help your furnace work better. Schedule HVAC services every year for them to do a full inspection and catch any issues before they become big problems. Duct cleaning should be performed every 3-5 years. Your furnace filter should be changed every 90 days, and you should take the opportunity to look at your furnace for any noticeable issues between tune-ups.

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