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Experienced Provider  for Furnace installation and maintenance in Hamilton and Surrounding Areas

If you hear a scraping sound from your furnace or the heat exchanger is cracked, you need to call a technician. At Aire One Heating & Cooling, we install, maintain and repair furnaces. Our expert technicians are licensed and bonded. With over 29 years of experience, we’ll make your HVAC equipment function efficiently. We also provide 24/7 emergency services for your comfort. Contact us if you need your furnace serviced in Hamilton, Brantford, St. Catharines and the surrounding areas.

Savings on Installations

Whether you want to have your furnace repaired or a new one installed, Aire One Heating & Cooling can help you save some money with valuable rebates and coupons. Contact us to learn more about our promotions.

Service Specialists

We service and repair all major brands!


Carrier, Bryant, Payne, ComfortMaker, Arcoaire, Heil, KeepRite, Tempstar, Luxaire, Coleman, Guardian

American Standard, Trane

Daikin, Goodman, Amana, Lennox

And many more...


Additional Services

  • Furnace Upgrades from mid efficiency to high efficiency systems
  • Converting existing oil systems to gas systems
  • Whole house ductwork & HVAC installation
  • Heat Loss calculations
  • Duct Cleaning


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Sign up for Our Maintenance Plan

Most of the problems you face with your furnace are a result of poor maintenance. Regular maintenance can help you avoid costly repairs or having to replace your heating equipment. At Aire One Heating & Cooling, we can suggest different maintenance plans depending on your requirement and budget.

Our complete furnace maintenance and tune-up process includes:


  • Thermostat operation

  • Furnace temperature rise

  • Carbon monoxide levels

  • Heat exchanger for damage

  • Combustion air


  • Burner assembly

  • Furnace ignition assembly

  • Condensate drains


  • Blower motor speeds

  • Burner assembly

  • Gas pressure


  • Furnace safety controls

  • Gas piping

  • All furnace components

  • Duct work


  • Gas pressure

  • Furnace starting capability


  • Furnace installation quality

  • Equipment condition area and clearance

  • Tightening electrical connections

  • Lubricating furnace moving parts

  • Measuring for correct airflow

  • Monitoring heating cycle

  • Temperature difference in supply and return air

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