Looking to upgrade or replace your current water heater or furnace? We can help.

Trusted Plumbing & Heating has over 60 years of combined experience in heating and cooling. We support you from maintenance to final install.

We offer everything from ​​water heaters, tankless water heaters, furnaces, and boilers and we do everything from installation, repair & maintenance services.

Our heating technicians are licensed and professional. All our work is guaranteed to your satisfaction.

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    What We Do

    • Mechanical maintenance
    • Standard tank water heaters
    • Gas water heaters
    • Electric water heaters
    • Tankless Water Heaters
    • Natural Gas Furnace
    • Electric Furnace
    • Oil & Gas Furnace
    • Repairs & Replacements
    Products

    Benefits of a Carrier Furnace:

    • Models ranging from two-stage to modular
    • Comfort settings for any home type and size
    • Experience in heating and cooling since 1902
    • Global impact and efficiency in mind

    Benefits of a Tempstar Furnace:

    • Multiple options for energy efficiency ratings
    • Affordable pricing and good warranty
    • Great entry level models

    Benefits of A Bradford White Water Heater

    • Option for a 40 to 50 gallon water heater
    • Options for electric models
    • Options for natural gas models

    Benefits of a Navien Tankless Water Heater

    • Durable long lasting construction
    • Eco-friendly options
    • Available SMART features

    Benefits of a Bosch Tankless Water Heater

    • Energy saving features
    • Point-ofUse and whole house water heating options
    • Cleaner water compared to a tank model
    Frequently Asked Questions About Furnaces and Water Tank Heaters
    Are there rebates for a furnace or water tank heater?

    SaskEnergy is currently offering rebates up to $1,000 on qualifying furnace and tankless water heater upgrades. Talk to a specialist today to see if your upgrade qualifies.

    We do all the paperwork for your energy rebate.

    What type of warranty does a heating system have?

    Most furnaces come with a 10 year manufacturers warranty on the heat exchanger. The heat exchanger is the most important part of the furnace.

    Tankless water heaters usually offer a 3 to 5 year warranty on their parts and up to 10 years on the heat exchanger.

    Each company and model offers different warranties based on the product you choose. Ask your service specialist for the warranty for the specific model you are interested in.

    How Many Different Types of Water Heaters Are There?

    There are five different types of water heaters.

    • Conventional water heaters
    • Tankless water heaters
    • Heat pump water heaters
    • Solar water heaters
    • Condensing water heaters

    Each system is made for a different type of home and location. Your specialist will know the best heater to use in your home.

    What Type and Size Water Heater Do I Need?

    A good estimate of the right size water heater depends on the amount of people in your household.

    • 1 or 2 people—23 to 36 gallons
    • 2 to 4 people—36 to 46 gallons
    • 3 to 5 people—46 to 56 gallons
    • 5 or more people—over 56 gallons

    People commonly add 10 gallons per additional person. Your heater type will depend on your gas or electric set up in your home. Your specialist will help ensure you choose the right type of water heater for your location and available resources.

    When Should I Replace My Water Heater?

    A water heater that is older than 10 years should be considered for replacement. The maximum lifespan of most electric water heaters is 10 to 15 years maximum. Gas powered systems are usually maxed out at 10 years.

    A tankless water heater may not need to be replaced for 15 years or more. This all depends on servicing and maintenance of your machine.

    What Types Of Furnaces Are There?

    There are four main types of furnaces: natural gas, oil, electric, and propane. Most furnaces use a heat exchanger to warm your home while an electric furnace uses heater elements to warm the air.

    How Often Should I Replace My Furnace Filter?

    Your furnace filter should be replaced every 90 days. If you have a permanent filter you can clean it every 90 days and achieve the same results.

    How Often Do Furnaces Need to be Replaced?

    A furnace will commonly last between 15 to 20 years with proper service and maintenance. Some older models will only have a life of around 10 years.

    Trusted Plumbing & Heating Can Handle Any Job

    Quality workmanship you can trust from your local neighbours here in Regina.
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