Furnace & Duct Cleaning – it is recommended that your furnace & ducts be cleaned every 2-3 years. Click here to learn more about maintaining your heating system between cleanings.
Alberta Furnace Cleaning is a name you can trust, with over 20 years of experience serving Edmonton & area. We stand by our work with a satisfaction guarantee.
We worked with NAIT to design an exclusive training program for our technicians, and even our experienced staff re-train every year.
Alberta Furnace Cleaning is a local, family owned business, not a national licensee or sub-contractor.
Family Friendly, SystemSafe™ - The Choice That You Can Trust.
Ensure the cleanest, safest indoor environment for your family, pets or business with award winning professional furnace cleaning and duct cleaning by Alberta Furnace Cleaning. We service Edmonton and the surrounding area and are western Canada’s largest and most trusted provider of furnace cleaning and duct cleaning services and are the sister division to Alberta Carpet Cleaning. Alberta Furnace Cleaning specializes only in furnace cleaning, duct cleaning and services designed to improve the air quality in your home. When you call Alberta Furnace Cleaning you can be sure that you'll be visited by a well trained tech specialist who will use use state-of-the-art properly maintained truck mounted furnace cleaning and duct cleaning equipment and the Systemsafe Roto-Whip™ full contact brushless duct cleaning method to provide you with the most effective, safe and thorough furnace cleaning and duct cleaning ever.
Service That Works For You™ - We Work Hard to Make It Easy For You.
You'll get a lot more than just great cleaning when you choose to use Alberta Furnace Cleaning. We promise that you'll get award winning service too. From your first telephone call or e-mail to our post-service follow up, Alberta Furnace Cleaning people will work hard to make sure that your furnace cleaning experience is easy, convenient and tailored to fit your busy schedule. In many cases, we're serving our 3rd generation of customers. Our Alberta Furnace Cleaning service experts maintain that loyalty by thinking like customers. We like to call it "Service That Works For you."
Money Back Guarantee. - It's Not Clean Until YOU Say It's Clean...Guaranteed.
All work that you have performed by Alberta Furnace Cleaning is backed by our simple service promise. It's not clean until YOU say its clean... Guaranteed. If you are unsatisfied with any service that Alberta Furnace Cleaning, call us and we'll come back and fix it. If you're still not delighted, we'll refund your money in full. No arguments and no hassle.
Experience, Training, Methods, Equipment and Great People. - It All Comes Together For You.
Alberta Furnace Cleanings friendly well trained tech specialists bring a wealth of experience and training into your home or business that assures you that the job is done right the first time. All Alberta Furnace Cleaning tech specialists are bondable, insured full-time permanent staff and they participate in comprehensive, ongoing mandatory in-house training programs that we've developed in conjunction with NAIT (Northern Alberta Institute Of Technology) as well as industry leading safety programs. Alberta Furnace Cleaning technicians also use modern well-maintained equipment that is updated regularly to the highest standards. Your furnace and ducts will be cleaned with the SystemSafe multi-zone Roto-Whip™ truck-mounted furnace cleaning system, the furnace cleaning method proven safest and most effective at removing potentially harmful dust and debris.
News and Information
Asbestos Update: How Health Canada's Advice Has Changed / CTV News
CTVNews.ca Staff - July 2, 2015
Health Canada has updated the online information it provides to Canadians about the risks of asbestos, conceding that exposure to the substance in any form is dangerous. The HealthyCanadians.gc.ca website now says that any amount of asbestos inhalation can lead to "cancer and other diseases."
By Steve Maxwell, Special to National Post - February 13, 2014
It's hard to talk about indoor air quality without scaring people, but I'm going to try anyway. This is especially important for Canadians at this time of year. For 40 years, we’ve been making our houses more weather-tight and energy efficient, and that’s a good thing. Nobody likes to spend more money than necessary to keep warm in winter. Trouble is, that’s only part of the equation. We also need to figure out how to keep indoor air fresh enough to be healthy. I was reminded of all this before Christmas, when I visited a friend and just happened to notice mould stains on the attic access hatch in her entrance hallway.