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Furnace Inspection Winnipeg

Furnaces burn fuel to produce heat and they have metal tubing via which hot gasses travel. This is known as a heat exchanger. Heat is basically absorbed from the surface of the metal tubing while the air passes over this exchanger. The heated gasses or air is then dispersed into the house to heat different rooms. However, it’s important to note that a furnace can release carbon monoxide into a home if the heat exchanger leaks, cracks, or if it has holes. Carbon monoxide is almost impossible to detect because it is odourless and colourless. That’s why it is generally called a silent killer.

For this reason, it is extremely important to schedule a furnace inspection on a regular basis to ensure that your heating system doesn’t have problems that can endanger your family or property occupants. TrueView Home Inspections provides an inspection package that covers different components of a furnace.

We start our inspection with eight diagnostic checks.

These are:

  • Checking the operating pressures of the furnace

  • Checking the condensation system’s operation

  • Checking the temperatures across the air handler

  • Performing a carbon monoxide safety test

  • Inspecting the furnace for hazardous debris in its chimney flue

  • Checking the fan belt and performing the necessary adjustments

  • Testing the unit by running a full, thorough operation cycle

  • Checking whether the unit performs to the specifications of the manufacturer


After the diagnostic checks, we perform another check to ensure that the equipment is running efficiently and safely.

While performing this inspection, we focus on the following:

  • Detecting harmful carbon monoxide

  • Improving indoor air quality

  • Ensuring that your furnace runs to the specifications of the manufacturer

  • Reducing the chances of facing inconvenient breakdowns and the overall hassles that are associated with them

  • Prolonging the lifespan of your furnace


We use innovative technologies to ensure efficient and effective inspections.

Call us now to schedule an inspection for your furnace today!

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