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Welcome to Advance Heating & Cooling in Kitchener, your premier heating and cooling service provider in the area. We specialize in providing top-notch installation, repair, and maintenance services for air conditioning units, furnaces, and heat pumps.

Trust us to keep your home comfortable and efficient all year round. Contact us today to schedule a service appointment.




Our Services in Kitchener:

  • Air conditioning installation, repair, and maintenance
  • Furnace installation, repair, and maintenance
  • Heat pump installation, repair, and maintenance
  • Commercial rooftops
  • Tankless and tanked water heaters

At Advance Heating & Cooling, we understand that HVAC systems play a crucial role in maintaining a comfortable and healthy indoor environment 

 That's why we are committed to providing customized solutions that meet the unique needs of every home and business owner we serve. Whether you need a new system installed or routine maintenance services, our team of experienced technicians is here to help.

Contact us today to schedule an appointment and experience the difference of working with a team of experts who are dedicated to your satisfaction.







Problems with heating and air conditioning sytems

Call Kitchener heating and air conditioning contractor with any of the issues listed below


  • No cool air coming out of registers: This is a common issue with air conditioners, and it can be caused by a faulty compressor, low refrigerant levels or simply from lack of maintanence.
  • No heat form furnace: If your furnace is not producing heat, it could be due to a faulty thermostat, problem with ignition system, dity filter, faulty gas valve and manny more.
  • Low or no airflow: If your HVAC system is not producing enough airflow, it could be due to a dirty air filter, ductwork issues, or a malfunctioning blower motor.
  • High energy bills: If you notice a sudden spike in your energy bills, it could be due to an inefficient HVAC system or leaks in your ductwork.
  • Strange noises: If your HVAC system is making unusual noises such as banging, rattling, or squeaking, it could be due to loose components, worn bearings, or other mechanical issues.
  • Frequent cycling: If your HVAC system is turning on and off frequently, it could be due to a wrong size system, faulty thermostat, dirty air filter, or other issues that need to be addressed.
  • Frozen coils: If your air conditioner is producing warm air or not working at all, it could be due to frozen evaporator coils caused by dirty air filters or low refrigerant levels.
  • Water leaks: If you notice water around your air conditioning unit or furnace, it could be due to a clogged condensate drain or other issues.
  • Bad smells: If your HVAC system is producing strange or unpleasant smells, it could be due to mold growth, dirty ductwork, or other issues that need to be addressed.
  • Electrical issues: If your HVAC system is not turning on or is tripping circuit breakers, it could be due to electrical issues such as faulty wiring, a malfunctioning capacitor, or other issues.
  • Thermostat malfunctions: If your HVAC system is not turning on or is not heating/cooling properly, it could be a malfunctioning thermostat. It may need recalibration, replacement batteries, or even a complete replacement.
  • Clogged air filters: Dirty air filters can cause reduced airflow and decreased efficiency in your HVAC system. Regularly replacing or cleaning air filters can help prevent this issue.
  • Refrigerant leaks: Refrigerant is the substance that cools the air in your HVAC system. If there is a leak, the system may not be able to cool properly. Our technicians can locate and repair the leak and recharge the refrigerant.
  • Faulty electrical connections: Electrical problems can cause your HVAC system to malfunction or even stop working altogether. Loose or damaged wires or connections can cause short circuits or even electrical fires, so it’s important to address these issues immediately.
  • Improper system sizing: If your HVAC system is too large or too small for your home, it can result in poor efficiency, high energy bills, and even system failure. A professional HVAC technician can assess your home’s size and energy needs to determine the proper system size for optimal performance.


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