Shelly

5

I called this morning . Spoke to Avery . Very pleasant and help full . I had Jacob arrive less then a hour after I placed the call . He showed me exactly what problem was and the cost . He was very professional, friendly and has outstanding customer service . I will highly recommend your company in future . Thank you for everything most of all getting my house warm again . Cheers . Shelly

Chad & Nicole

5

A father and son team came to our house last week to replace our 40+ year old furnace, hot water tank and install air conditioning.

They were on time, very courteous and took the time to explain everything and answered all of our questions. They protected all our floors, everything was installed neat and tidy, very well done, they took the time to stay late enough to explain all the hand over documents and operating very well.

Having been a home owner for 20+ years, we have had work done for various items in these homes and this was by far the best experience with the best installers we have ever had. Wish every consumer experience could be like this one.

Thank you! Well done!!!

Deb

5

I had recently moved into a new house and knew that the furnace was on it's last legs, I had the usual three quotes with the last gentlemen from Arpi's suggesting I head to Costco due to the rebate Costco would provide. At Costco Arpi's salesman says get the executive membership as you'll be getting money back next year. With rebates and comparison to like furnace makers, I saved over $3,000. I also was apprehensive about the air conditioner by Lennox - it is extremely quiet and am glad I purchased it because Calgary is hot enough to warrant one :)

Kayla L

5

URSA is a non-profit organization that works directly with individuals with developmental disabilities and brain injuries. We have been working directly with Arpi's since 2012. They complete all our plumbing and HVAC needs for all our residential group homes.

I just wanted to say how much I truly appreciate everything Arpi’s does for URSA. We had an emergency incident at one of our group homes this morning and your staff have been incredible in dealing with the situation and being quick with solutions and completing repairs.

Also, Vern came directly on-site to ensure everything was okay.

We can’t thank you all enough for always going above and beyond for URSA and ensuring the safety of our clients is #1.

Please extend my sincere thank you’s to Chad B., Vern S. and Ren.

Thank you.

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Damien McCusker

Your heating bills are a reflection of the weather, furnace efficiency and how well your home resists temperature change. While you can’t do much about the weather, you can make a difference in furnace performance and home energy efficiency.

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Furnaces
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Damien McCusker

When it's winter in snow country, we need to be prepared for a power outage. The power can go out for a number of reasons: ice or wind may take down power lines, or above-average power usage during extreme temperatures may affect how much power can be delivered to large numbers of homes.

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Home Safety
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Damien McCusker

With the furnace operating nearly 24/7 this time of year, many homeowners are prone to taking their heating system for granted, especially if they scheduled preseason maintenance on the furnace before the weather turned cold in the fall. Yet, there's one furnace maintenance task that you won't want to skimp on this winter – change your air filter regularly.

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Air Filters
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Damien McCusker

Up here in Calgary we have to take HVAC maintenance seriously.

Even in a mild winter, an arctic cold front or a blizzard can blow in, making temperatures plummet, icing power lines and downing trees. There's also the possibility your heating system can fail just when you need it most. That's why it pays to stay on top of things.

Along with your other post-holiday chores, don't neglect the HVAC maintenance. Here are some of the most important things to do.

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Damien McCusker

When the new year comes, it’s a chance to reevaluate what you’re doing to improve your life. New Year’s resolutions are made to get fit, lose weight, and do more of what’s valuable. While you’re making resolutions for yourself this year, take time to make some HVAC resolutions as well. They can keep you more comfortable, improve the function of your heating and cooling systems, and save you money throughout the year.

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HVAC
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