Bulldog Heating & Cooling Mississauga Partner Peel Hits 30 000 Furnaces Installed In Brampton, Mississauga & GTA West Area

August 23, 2019 - /PressAdvantage/ - Bulldog Heating & Cooling Mississauga has announced with pride that its partner Peel Heating and Air Conditioning has reached an important milestone. Peel has already installed 30,000 furnaces in the Brampton, Mississauga and the GTA West Area. This indicates that Peel is a furnace contractor Mississauga residents can depend on because of their vast experience and certified technicians.

It should be recalled that it was just recently that Bulldog Heating & Cooling Mississauga and Peel Heating & Air Conditioning had announced their partnership to allow more customers to be able to use high quality HVAC services in the Brampton and Mississauga area. Peel has been serving the heating and cooling requirements of Brampton, Mississauga and the GTA West Area since 1981.

Bob Bies, a representative for Bulldog Heating & Cooling Mississauga, says, “We’re proud to announce that Peel Heating & Air Conditioning has reached the milestone of having installed 30,000 furnaces in the Brampton, Mississauga and the GTA West Area. That makes the company very well experienced in the HVAC industry. And this means peace of mind for the residents of the area because Peel is committed to providing 24-hour service, every day of the week, to its customers, no matter the weather, at no extra charge.”

Aside from furnace installation, Peel Heating & Air Conditioning also offers furnace repair. They point out that when it comes to furnace repair Mississauga homeowners and property owners can call on Peel at any time of the day or night. And they offer a number of advantages that make them stand out from other HVAC companies.

First, their furnace repair technicians are experienced professionals who have undergone comprehensive training. Second, their technicians are ready to provide the required service, 24 hours a day, every day of the week. Third, their technicians are well experienced, particularly with the kinds of furnaces in the Brampton, Mississauga and the GTA West Area. Fourth, Peel has the experience, resources and capability to repair any furnace system, whether electric, gas, heat pump, boiler, oil, or dual fuel.

Aside from furnaces, Peel Heating & Air Conditioning also provides services for air conditioning equipment and hot water heaters. For air conditioning installation, just like with furnace installation, they offer several guarantees. These are the No Loopholes™, No Hassles™, Just Right™, and We Respect You™ guarantees.

The No Loopholes™ guarantee assures customers that if they are not satisfied with the work done within two years of installation, they will return what was originally invested and remove the system. The No Hassles™ guarantee means that if what was installed breaks down within two years of its set up, they will repair the system within 24 hours after they were called or give the customer $1000 for their inconvenience.

The Just Right™ guarantee assures customers that the system set up by Peel will serve its function for a full five years with a temperature variance not exceeding 2 degrees Celsius. If not, they will fix or replace the whole system at no cost to the customer. The We Respect You™ guarantee assures customers that when they go to Peel, the technicians will treat with them with the respect that they deserve with regards to their time or property or they will supply the customer with their full 5 Years Just Right Check-Up Protection Plan.

Peel Heating & Air Conditioning also offers tankless water heater installation in the area. These tankless hot water heaters have been growing in popularity because of their consistent performance with regards to energy efficiency and effective water heating. This is because these will only heat water when hot water is needed.

Some of the areas serviced by Peel Heating & Air Conditioning include Acton, Brampton, Georgetown, Meadowvale, Oakville, Streetsville, Bolton, Caledon, Halton Hills, Milton, Orangeville, Bramalea, Erin, Malton, Mississauga, and Port Credit.

Those looking for a furnace company Mississauga residents can rely on can visit their website or contact them on the telephone or via email. They are open 24 hours a day, Monday to Sunday.

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For more information about Bulldog Heating & Cooling Mississauga, contact the company here:

Bulldog Heating & Cooling Mississauga
Bob Bies
(867) 445-8552
bob.bies@outlook.com
1675 The Chase Rd, Mississauga, Ontario L5M 5A2

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