Ever wonder what you're neighbours are doing to improve their homes? Discover what other Edmonton homeowners have planned for their Heating & Air Conditioning projects by reading the details of their request for quotes below.
In total, TrustedPros has received 53 Heating & Air Conditioning projects posted by homeowners in Edmonton seeking the services of local HVAC Contractors. Total estimated value of these projects is $323,500.00 with a per project average of $6,103.00.
Hi, I have a 3 year old town home, the washer and dryer are on the second floor. Last year during winter the wall behind the dryer started cracking, and I assumed it was just an isolated incident. I patched it up and had no issues during the spring/summer. Now that winter has started again, the wall behind the dryer has started cracking again and appeared wet. Perplexed, I cut a large portion of the drywall behind the dryer out, to make sure the dryer ductwork wasn't loose or cracked. Since there didn't appear to be any issues, i opened up the access panel on the ceiling above the dryer. From there I noticed that the ductwork goes up the wall, and diagonally across the attic to the roof. I'm suspecting that my issue might be due to the ductwork sweating. If it was a flashing issue, I would assume I would see this issue during the spring/summer, but this never seemed to be the case. How much would this cost to fix?
I need some duct work done for my basement renovation. Currently the basement is unfinished except for a bathroom, and we will be framing in two bedrooms, a laundry room and a recreation room. I will require some changes to the ducting for heat vents and cold air return vents in these rooms. I also need a bathroom heat vent connected.
The basement is approximately 950 sq ft.
I wish to replace my furnace, with a more energy efficient model, and when the old furnace is removed, I require cement repair for a crack in my basement floor, which runs under the area occupied by the current furnace. This is a 25-30 year old, two-story, townhouse style, condo. Other concrete type work is also a possibility (depending on total cost) to fill a void beneath my patio. This work will not be started until late spring; as warmer weather would be a necessity for surviving without a furnace.
I need to replace my furnace, with a new, energy efficient model, and when the old furnace is removed, I require cement repair for a crack in my basement floor, which runs under the area occupied by the current furnace. This is a 25-30 year old, two-story, townhouse style, condo. The furnace being replaced is the original furnace for this condo.
It is necessary to begin this work as soon as possible.
Company fails to keep us informed when the installers where to arrive. When they did arrive, at 6pm, the 1 guy was at a loss as to why the company failed to send him a helper to help remove the old furnace that this 1 poor guy busted his behind to disconnect and get out of the house.Then his boss came by and wanted him to work until 1am. No way!
The following morning no one showed up until the same guy came by about 8 am to show the new installer (a first time guy from the dazed look on his face) how to make the furnace fit where it had to go.
It seems the company lacks the management skills to run a company or even deal with the home owners.
I wish to replace my furnace. I own a condo on the second floor of a 35-yr old downtown apartment building. The building is all wood-frame and my furnace is inside my 1100 sq.ft.unit.
I am interested in a high efficiency unit with air conditioning.
The furnace room is accessed through a walk-in closet in the master bedroom
This 12 suite condo is heated with a boiler (hydronic) and has an air build-up issue in the heating pipes each year that causes some suites to go without adequate heat. I've heard of an "air venting" system that "vents" out the air from the heating pipes so that heated water can circulate without having to manually vent the air.
The Condo Board President (me) would like to talk to a Plumbing and Heating expert about possible solutions to this problem and how much something like this would cost.
I added a two storey 14x14 foot addition (master bedroom and dining room) and am looking to add and connect the ducts to my furnace and air return system. The master bedroom, an adjacent small bedroom, a small ensuite, dining room and kitchen all require connection. Unfinished basement so easy access to ductwork and the new construction is at framed stage.
The box will be approx. 4ft high for heating, we need to remove the old 9x8 main trunks and replace with 16x8, we also need to reinstall five 6in supply runs and the fresh air runs. The house was built in 1953, we have already installed a tankless hotwater heater. This is a high eff. furnace Carrier furnace.
I require a furnace to be replaced at my location. I will be supplying the new furnace 80k btu mid efficiency. I ask you to submit an estimate for removal and installing the new. Will require gas to be hooked up and electrical as well to the point of proper operation. The exisiting furnace is a Coleman 30 yrs old.
As well at a seperate location I require a new garage furnace to be supplied and installed, gas and electrical is readily accessible, garage size is 30ft x 18ft. semi finished.
Problem: water comping through baseboards in condo unit beside my unit. Nothing evident in my unit.
Condo Board appointed Mechanical Services "Company X" contracted. Assessed the heating unit (Forced air) in my 1500 sq. foot condo and advised leak was coming from leak in both hot and cold coil. Technician capped lines and removed coil completely. Cost $1200. Tenant now has no heat.
Plumbing, Heating, A/C "Company Y" assessed the heating unit and advised it was not a 'coil issue' but rather the unit required a 'new pump'. They are not able to do the work and suggested another company. Service call & Diagnosis $300
Condo Board appointed Mechanical Services "Company X" contacted and they confirmed they removed entire coil but now advises parts are not available for the unit so they will need to replace entire fan coil unit. Approx. Cost is $4500
Can someone please advise if there is a less expensive option? Should I replace the entire heating unit vs just the fan coil unit? Condo is 10 years old and I am the original owner.
We would like to request written quotes for a new furnace and hot water heater. We would like to action this project ASAP this summer to take advantage of any seasonal discounts.
Our 1,140 sq. ft. house currently has a Miller furnace and a Slate / Courier 510 hot water heater (40 gallons).
This is a proactive upgrade for both of these 19-year-old appliances. Our only issue with the furnace is it is very loud and constantly running. We have had no issues with the hot water heater.
Our house is in southeast Edmonton. Please contact us by email to suggest dates and times you can come by to review this project and provide your best-price written quote.
Hi, we are looking for someone to help us separate our current Heating and ventilation system for a basement suite in our La Perle (West Edmonton) home. The furnace is new (2008) but the current system is all coordinated from one thermostat. We need the system separated up to Alberta Building Code for a new secondary suite.
Please contact us with your quote, or if you require additional information to quote this service for us.
I have a mobile home in Maple Ridge Park Edmonton, Alberta. There is a small gas leak detected by Atco Gas under the trailer. I need a gas furnace heating specialist that will do the work under my mobile home. Please connect me with someone who may specialize in this type of job.
This project is for a small daycare center located on the southside of edmonton. is currently a commerical fan located in space where the air conditioner needs to be mounted. The window is located approximately 10ft in the air. A power supply in metal tubing already exsists for the current commerical fan.
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