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Dependable HVAC Repair Service Company

We’re a professional HVAC repair company who can take care of all home or business service needs, including the likes of maintenance, installations, leak repairs and all types of plumbing work in residential and commercial properties. Tub, toilet or tap… whatever it is that you are looking for you can call on us to send out an authorized plumber to deal with it in an efficient and courteous manner.

Emergency HVAC Services

Prospective repairs can run from the minor variety – for example a leaky faucet – to those which are, or perhaps may be, devastating. Our plumbers can offer the experience, tools and skills to remedy any challenge that you encounter, and they are specialists at everything from new pipework to resolving leaks.

We can quickly remedy any problems with plumbing which may arise in your house or commercial premises. For all your plumbing emergencies, please call us. We have an emergency 24-7 plumber on call and will dispatch to your home ASAP. Any time day or night, you can rely on us for speedy and attentive assistance in an emergency. We understand exactly how upsetting plumbing related problems tend to be, in particular if it’s an urgent situation after normal working times.

Installations of All Kinds

We at Pioneer Plumbing have got a lengthy standing for high quality work. Whether you need to have a nice new bath or some insulating pipe put in, or you need an installation or re-piping in a commercial or residential premises, we’ve got the skills and working experience to be certain any work is carried out to code.

We are well-known also as a leader in HVAC repair in older houses, a thing we have been doing for a long time, most notably in the numerous attractive properties in Vancouver’s West End.

Our superb commercial and residential plumbing service is a sensible choice for both heritage homes and modern homes across Greater Vancouver.

A Few HVAC Tips

Energy costs are skyrocketing this summer. Reduce your energy consumption and utility costs using the tips described in this article. These improvements pay for themselves!

Insulate – Insulation reduces the amount of heat that enters your home from outside. In a well insulated house, less energy is consumed battling heat conducted in from the outside through walls and ceilings.

Seal up air leaks – A tightly sealed home reduces the amount of warm air that leaks into your home from outside. In a well sealed home, less energy is consumed battling warm air leaking in from outside.

Use shades to prevent the “greenhouse effect” – Don’t let your home heat up inside like a car with closed windows on a hot sunny day. Closing window shades during the day will prevent sunlight from entering your home and heating it up, decreasing the load on your cooling equipment.

Swamp cooler – A swamp cooler provides cooling by evaporating water into the air, just as your body cools itself by sweating. Swamp coolers use far less energy than traditional compressorized air conditioners. You’ll want to leave the windows open when using one of these – air should only pass through the cooler once, so be sure to bring in fresh air.

Ceiling fan – A ceiling fan cools in summer by circulating air. The air temperature is not reduced, but people feel cooler due to the breeze.
Turn air conditioner thermostats up a few degrees – Instead of cooling your home to 72 degrees F, try 75 or 78 degrees F. Every degree you increase the thermostat setting reduces the load on your cooling system.

Cool only the spaces you are in – Zone your cooling system or use window air conditioners or portable air conditioners so you air condition only the area you are in. This will greatly reduce energy consumption.

Programmable thermostat – Set a programmable thermostat up for your schedule do it runs air conditioning only when you are home.

Change or clean filters – Clean filters increase the airflow and efficiency of air conditioning equipment.

Attic fan – Attics can reach temperatures of 160 degrees F during the summer. When this happens, heat from the attic leaks into the living spaces of your home and makes your cooling equipment work harder. An attic fan removes hot air from your attic and replaces it with cooler air from outside, bringing the attic temperature down to 15-20 degrees F above the outdoor temperature. Solar attic fans have recently been developed to provide attic ventilation while using no electricity at all.

For quality HVAC service call our office today

Pioneer Plumbing & Heating Inc
626 Kingsway
Vancouver, BC
V5T 3K4
(604) 872-4946
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