Super Green Energy Saving Ltd.is a leading home comfort company serving Toronto and GTA for 10 years. We specialize in the installation and service of heating, cooling and ventilation systems, also known as HVAC. We are Licensed, insured and bonded experts in our field.
Providing eco-friendly, high quality, Super Green Energy Saving Inc. is a 100% Canadian owned and operated company. With our 24/7/365 live support centers and 300+ ecoENERGY staff located throughout Canada, we are proud of our country and strive to continue to provide the latest, eco-friendly, high-quality products with an above the top service which has become our pillar of success throughout the past.
Self Help Tips
Are you ever in a no-heating situation in a cold evening? Our dedicated service team has the know-how to diagnose and repair a wide range of malfunctions of your furnace – from quick fixes to complete overhauls.
Furnace not working does not necessary mean an expensive replacement. With professional expertise and experience and high ethical standards, we will give you honest advice on what it costs to repair your furnace and you can decide if you want to repair or replace. We have many customers that were advised by other company to replace a new furnace, but our professional technician fixed their furnace with small amount of money. Please read our testimonial about these cases.
Our dedicated service team stands by 24/7 to serve your no heat emergency. With common parts in truck, they fix your furnace right away on the spot. You don’t need to wait for a heatless night.
For Furnace Repair Service, Call us today or submit our easy online form! Call Emergency Service 647-351-8228, 647-654-9188, 1-888-535-1988, open 24/7
Furnace maintain and tuning up
Regular furnace maintenance ensures your furnace running safely and at peak efficiency. That means peace of mind and you will save money on your utility bill. Lack of furnace maintenance results in the system running inefficiently and all though it may continue to run, but it cost you more money as a result
Arrange a furnace maintenance and tuning up with our highly-trained professional technician before winter to ensure your furnace running efficiently and you avoid furnace breakdown in the coldest day of winter. Our technician will conduct a complete check up of your furnace, most import check up include:
- A complete visual system inspection
- An operational assessment
- Safety component and thermostat calibration check
- Measurement and correction of temperature difference between the source and return air
- A system cleaning and standard air filter replacement
- Gas or oil pressure and pilot light adjustments (for heating equipment)
How Do I Fix My Furnace?
Here are a few simple things you can do to see what the problem could be:
- Make sure your filter is not too dirty. Sometimes if the furnace does not breathe, it can cause it to shut down. As a habit the filter should be changed every 3 months.
- Check drain pipes to make sure they are clan and draining properly.
- Is your blower motor door properly attached? If not it can shut down as a safety mechanism.
- Check your gas! Is the furnace getting the gas it needs? Make sure it’s in the on position.
- You can go to your electrical box and make sure the breaker that corresponds is in the on position.
- Look for a switch. Sometimes it’s in the off position. This can be like a regular light switch or a lever that switches between your Furnace and Washer/Dryer.
- Make sure your thermostat is set to the proper setting. Heat for Winter and Cool for Summer!
If either of these things does not work, give us a call and we should get there quick because we’re all over the GTA.
How do I fix my Air Conditioner?
- Check your thermostat and ensure it is in the ‘COOL’ position.
- Check to make sure the circuit breaker is ON
- Mark sure your Furnace ON/OFF switch is set to ON.
- Replace the filter if it is too dirty and lave the A/C off for 24 hrs before starting it again.
- Close all ducts/dampers in the basement with either flap/duct tape if needed.
- Make sure the temperature is set above 21 degrees C (70F)
- Ensure nothing has blocked the outdoor unit
- Check the blockage of the drain pip if there is water coming out from furnace top.
How do I fix my Humidifier?
- Check to make sure the humidistat is set up to 30 – 50%
- Ensure the water valve is in the OPEN or ON position
- Check to make sure the Bypass damper is set to WINTER.
- Check the water panel or pad (inside the humidifier) to see if it is clogged
- Check to see if the water level is too low
AC BUYING GUIDE
To make an informed decision when buying an air condition, you need to understand following terminology.
SEER is the most important factor when selecting your air conditioner. SEER stands for Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratios (SEER), it measures the cooling efficiency of an air-conditioner. It tells you how much of your money turns into cool air and how much is wasted.
Single-stage vs. Multiple-stage
Single-stage means the air conditioner has just one operation setting: ON. When you turn on your single-stage air conditioner, it operates at 100% capacity until reaching a set temperature, then it turns off, then on again when cooling air is needed again to cool down the room temperature.
Multiple-stage air conditioner allows the system to operate at different outputs, such as 66% or 100% depending on how much cooling is needed. Multiple-stage systems cost more to purchase, but are usually more efficient, have improved temperature balancing, and reduce humidity better than single-stage systems.
The capacity of an air conditioner is measured by Size. It is determined by the size of the area need to be cooled off. Size is gauged in tones or BTU’s per hour. One ton is equal to 12,000 BTU/hr. BTU means British thermal unit, a tradition unit of energy. A Btu is defined as amount of heat required to raise the temperature of 1 pound (0.454 kg) of liquid water by 1 °F (0.56 °C) at a constant pressure of one atmosphere.
Things to look for when buying a new air conditioner
- “Right Size” your unit. Bigger isn’t better. Smaller isn’t cheaper. If the air conditioner is too big it will cool the house too quickly without removing the humidity. This will make the house clammy and uncomfortable. If an air conditioner is too small it won’t keep a house cool enough on hot days. A properly sized air conditioner provides you the best comfort and efficiency.
To properly size an air conditioner, a dealer should do a heat gain calculation. This is sometimes called a Manual J calculation. Such calculations take into account the climate and the size, design, and construction of your house. If a dealer does not do this calculation, you may want to consider a different dealer.
- Choose a unit with the Highest SEER rating you can afford: SEER stands for “Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio,” the higher the number, the more efficient unit is. Thus the more you save on energy cost.
- Consider a two-stage air conditioner for maximum comfort and efficiency. These high-end units use two compressors and fans. They cost about 30 percent more than a single-stage air conditioner.
- Be aware that the cost will vary significantly depending on what systems, if any, already exist in your home. If you have no ductwork, or your ductwork is old and leaky and needs replacement, the project cost will be at least twice as much more than what you’ll pay if a new air conditioner can be connected to the existing ductwork.
- Consider the compressor’s location: A central air conditioning unit consists of two parts, one inside the house hooked up to the furnace, and the other outside the house. The compressors are noisy and not particularly nice to look at. When getting an estimate, ask where the compressor has to go. You might have to consider some additional landscaping.
- Buy Only an Air Conditioner With Approved Refrigerant, R410
- Check that the contractor meets your locality’s licensing requirements, and is certified to handle refrigerants. The contractor should also be bonded and insured against liability. Hire a technician who is certified by TSSA and member of HRIA. Also you should check their reputation through other channels, like Better Business Bureau or Home Stars.
FURNACE BUYING GUIDE
In order to make a wise decision when replacing a new furnace, you need to take following into consideration:
Efficiency is one of the most important factors you should look at. The efficiency of gas furnaces are determined by the AFUE or Annual Fuel Utilization Efficiency ratings. The AFUE ratings identifies how efficiently is the fuel being consumed.