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Prevent Home Heating Problems in Winnipeg

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Winter might be a long way away but now is the time to take note of the important preventative maintenance tips to ensure our furnace / boilers are working as efficiently as possible.

Prevent any unforeseen inconveniences and ensure you and your family remain warm throughout the winter. Here are our preventative home heating maintenance tips from Derksen Plumbing and Heating: Continue reading

Clean Furnace/Boiler. Warm Home.

We are halfway through the long Winnipeg winter so here are few tips to ensure our furnace / boilers are working as efficiently as possible.  Let’s prevent any unforeseen inconveniences so we can remain warm throughout the remaining months of winter. Continue reading

Preventative Maintenance

Derksen Plumbing & Heating

Your Winnipeg business depends on a complicated anatomy of pipes and wiring to keep you comfortable. Everything from your heating to A/C to plumbing and sump pumps are made up of countless components. Ideally, everything works in concert, as designed. However, as you probably already know, heating, cooling and plumbing in Winnipeg can be full of surprises. That’s why a maintenance contract with Derksen Plumbing and Heating for your business can be one of the best investments you ever make. Continue reading

Ready Your Furnace

While Jack Frost isn’t quite nipping at your nose, the early warning signs of winter are starting to hit Winnipeg.

We’re not going to focus on what has been happening in the River City over the past few months, which has seen us had too few days in the 30s and more rain than we’d like to have fallen to a freefalling thermometer that is threatening frost already.

The effect of this sudden turn, of course, is that you’re turning your thermostat up a little sooner than expected, translating into a new concern about the health of your furnace.

If you’re concerned about your furnace’s status, then it’s definitely time to give us a call.

Derksen’s team is ready to mobilize for you. Preventative maintenance, including annual checks on your furnace, will help ensure you stay toasty warm throughout the cold months.

To learn more, give us a call today at 204 944 3444 or book your service call online.

Why You Should Schedule Annual Service of Your Home Heating

We sometimes take our furnaces and heat sources for granted, that is until they breakdown. Of course your furnace is not going to go out in July, most likely it will be in the dead of winter when you need it the most. Having annual service performed on your home heating is the best way to prevent expensive and inconvenient breakdowns as well as save you money in the long run. Here are five good reasons to have an annual home heating service performed before winter is here:

1. Prevention is always better than cure. It is almost always less expensive to have preventative care done than repairs. Having your heating serviced annually can fix issues before they cause big problems.
2. Lower fuel costs. When a heating system is clean and running efficiently, it will use less fuel. Just like maintenance services can increase your fuel efficiency on your car, your heating system will use less fuel when it is working properly.
3. Reduce wear and tear. A clean, well-lubricated heating system will reduce the wear and tear on the components. This can extend the life of these parts as well as prevent breakdowns.
4. Protect your investment. Heating systems are one of the more expensive pieces of equipment in your home. Regular maintenance and service can extend the life of these systems and protect your investment.
5. Even heating. When your heating system becomes dirty and clogged, it can be difficult for it to heat your home evenly. One room is cold when another is hot. Regular service can improve the comfort level within your home by ensuring that the heat is distributed evenly.

By doing annual service on your furnace or home heating, you will save money and possibly prevent any interruptions in service when the weather gets chilly. It is the best way to prepare your home for the winter ahead.