Boiler Repair Port Moody and Boiler Repair Tri-Cities
Pro Ace opened up shop in 1995. Since then we have done thousands of HVAC unit installations. And we have amassed over 80,000 clients. We have become a certified ally member of Fortis B.C. We also service and repair rooftop units, furnaces, hot water heaters, tankless units, and furnaces. All our work is guaranteed. We have an A Plus rating at the Better Business Bureau. Pro Ace Heating offers lower costs, user advice, and guaranteed repairs.
Boiler Repair Port Moody and Boiler Repair Tri-Cities Products
The brands of boiler we use include IBC Boiler, HydroTherm, Slantfin, Laars, and Viessmann. But we service and repair every make and model out there. Our techs are trained in both the very old and the very new boilers on the market today. Any time you would like to see a list of boilers we can repair, call us. Pro Ace Heating means “always free advice.” You can call us anytime just to chat.
Boiler Repair Port Moody and Boiler Repair Tri-Cities Latest Technology
For boiler repair in Port Moody and the Tri-Cities Area, the first name that comes to mind is Pro Ace. We are experts in the large domain of HVAC systems. And we can always do your boiler repair for less. Get two other quotes for the same repair job just to be sure. We can also show you how to save even more money by avoiding future repairs. Pro Ace Heating is the only company to use digital tablet technology. Ask us how it can save you money, time, and worry.
Boiler Repair Port Moody and Boiler Repair Tri-Cities 24 Hour Repair Service
A top-rated repair company will provide 24/7 emergency repair service. It can’t be any other way. Our home comfort is no laughing matter. We can easily take our warmth for granted when it is always there. But when it stops, it changes things. And we need to find a way to get it back on—quickly. So Pro Ace has a stable of vans ready to go at any hour of day or night. Sometimes they arrive before you have hung up the phone! When you have a sudden boiler problem call Pro Ace for peace of mind.
Some questions you may have
What is the best thing to do if my boiler drips water?
The first thing to do is try to find out where the water is leaking from? Check the intake and outtake pipes on the boiler itself. If they are okay, it could be the tank itself which is leaking. That may require the replacement of the heater. So it depends on the age of your boiler and the terms of the warranty. It is not good to operate the boiler while it is leaking—for many reasons. Our best advice is to call us so we can diagnose the exact problem. And then advise about your best options. As we have said several times, all our advice is free.