Bryan’s Fuel offers 24/7 emergency service and can also provide you with peace of mind maintenance or service plans for a range of heating and cooling equipment, like furnaces and air conditioners. Whether you use propane, natural gas, or oil we have a plan to keep your HVAC system running smoothly in every season.

Do You Need Emergency Service?

If you’ve experienced breakdowns in the past, then you know that they can happen at the most inconvenient times. Having Bryan’s Fuel on standby for your emergency service needs provides you with the peace of mind knowing that we will have your equipment back up and running as quickly as possible.

If you purchase a service plan with us, you’ll receive preferential treatment for any emergency service call 24 hours a day, seven days a week, 365 days a year.

Annual Maintenance Plans

Thinking about skipping your furnace maintenance this year? While it may seem like a pain, annual maintenance is an essential part of keeping your heating and cooling system working properly and your home comfortable and safe. Here’s why you should always have your equipment maintained each year:

Safe Operation

Keeping your HVAC equipment maintained is an issue of safety, whether you have one that runs on natural gas, oil, or propane. Annual maintenance by a licensed HVAC technician ensures that your equipment is operating safely and efficiently, and they’ll be sure to make any adjustments to prevent issues down the line, such as carbon monoxide leaks and fire hazards.

Legislation for an Oil Burning Furnace

As per CSA code B139, the owner of the oil-burning equipment shall ensure that it is maintained in accordance with clause 13.2 to 13.5 at least once per year. A copy of this code can be found here.

Maintaining Your Warranty

Did you know that your equipment warranty likely requires you to have annual maintenance? If you skip your annual maintenance, your warranty might be void. This is a key part of your warranty because maintenance is so important to keep your unit performing well and for as long as it should.

Saving Money

Properly working equipment can save you money on your heating bills, and neglecting your furnace year after year can cause your unit to be highly inefficient. Keep your heating bills as low as possible this year with a furnace check-up.

Prevent Breakdowns

No one wants their furnace to break down in the dead of winter or your air conditioner to stop working in the heat of summer, but that’s a real possibility if you skip your annual maintenance. HVAC maintenance is not just about fixing already existing problems, but about preventing any problems in the future as well. Having your equipment maintained now will prevent spending money on repairs later.

How To Choose A Maintenance Plan For Your HVAC System

Keeping your HVAC well-maintained throughout the year is essential for keeping your home and family comfortable. Having a maintenance or service plan can save you money and time, but it’s important that you choose the right service or maintenance plan for your comfort and your needs.

At Bryan’s Fuel, we offer maintenance plans for equipment that’s under warranty and service plans for equipment after the warranty has expired. Here are a few important things to consider when choosing the best HVAC service plan or maintenance plan:

Is Your Equipment Still Under Warranty?

Our maintenance plans are designed for equipment that is still under the manufacturer’s warranty. If this applies to your equipment, a maintenance plan is the best choice for you. However, if you have older equipment that is no longer under warranty, a service plan will help keep your equipment in great working condition.

What Kind of Home Comfort Systems Do You Have?

It’s important to know what home comfort systems you have so you can determine which will require regular service or maintenance. At Bryan’s Fuel, we have several maintenance plans, depending on your equipment:

Do You Only Need Service for a Furnace and Air Conditioner?

A standard maintenance plan will cover the most common forms of home comfort systems, but you may need to purchase additional coverage if you have specialty equipment.

Bryan’s Fuel also offers annual heating and air conditioning service plans. Our service plans can include parts and labour for your oil, propane, or gas furnace and air conditioner, depending on the plan you purchase.

Do You Want Parts Included in Your Plan?

Our maintenance plans cover equipment that’s still under warranty and do not include parts. If our technicians discover any parts that need to be replaced during our visit, we’ll quote you the cost of the replacement before any repair work is completed. If you want the convenience of having parts included, our service plan will have you covered.

Our service plans include but are not limited to, the following parts:

  • Oil pumps
  • Burners
  • Air filters
  • Transformers
  • Fan and motors
  • Primary and fan control

See all of the parts included in our service plans here.

Maintenance Plans: Equipment Under Warranty

Routine inspections and maintenance can be valuable in identifying problem areas before they begin and can offer improved efficiency of your system for extended lifetime value. However, with different types of heating systems come specialized care and attention. Our experts can guide you to have a better understanding of your heating system and can offer advice to save you time and money in the long run.

Our annual maintenance plans are designed for equipment that is still under the manufacturer’s warranty. If this applies to your equipment, a maintenance plan is the best choice for you.

Home Heating Systems

From oil furnaces to geothermal systems, Bryan’s Fuel can provide you with a dependable service plan for furnaces and air conditioners, depending on the make, for your peace of mind.

Propane Furnace

If you are outside of the city, propane is a great, clean-burning option, however, homeowners need a professional to provide annual propane furnace maintenance services like checking the propane line for leaks, the integrity of safety controls, and cleaning debris from the vent pipes.

Natural Gas Furnace

Homeowners need a professional to provide gas furnace maintenance services like checking the gas line for gas leaks, the integrity of gas valves, and cleaning debris from the vent pipes.

Oil Furnace

Homeowners with oil-burning furnaces need to maintain their systems regularly in accordance with the law. If you need your oil furnace cleaned or you are a new homeowner wanting to have your oil furnace serviced, we are here to help.

Hot Water Heater

Ignoring a leaking water tank can lead to costly damage in your home and expensive hydro bills. If your water isn’t hot enough, your water has a strange smell, or your water tank is leaking, you should contact a professional water heater technician at Bryan’s Fuel.

Heat Pump

If your heat pump blower does not work or it continues to freeze up and trip the breaker, it does not cycle correctly, or it simply doesn’t heat or cool correctly — it may be time for maintenance services.

Natural Gas Fireplace

If you’re like most people, you chose gas because it was more convenient. Keep your fireplace convenient by scheduling an annual inspection and cleaning to help prevent common problems with gas logs and gas fireplaces.

Propane Fireplace

If your fireplace gives off a rotten egg smell, you’re having problems lighting your pilot light, or your pilot light won’t stay lit, it is likely that you will need help from a technician. Learn more about our propane fireplace maintenance services.

Boiler

Boilers can suffer from a variety of problems if they are not maintained on a regular basis. Whether you are seeing leaks or hearing strange noises, the majority of boiler issues can be fixed by our service technicians.

Geothermal

Although some components and processes in geothermal systems are simple to check, maintain, and repair, it is critical for experts to find any potential issues as soon as possible so that bigger problems and more expensive repairs can be prevented.

Heat Recovery Ventilator

If you are having trouble with your HRV system, it could mean a blockage in your condensate drain. Clogged condensate drains are most often the result of debris inside the drain tube. To clear this, expert help will be required.

Common air conditioner repairs from Bryan's Fuel in Orangeville

Air Conditioner Maintenance

If your air conditioner is not turning on, it is making a weird noise, or the unit is freezing up outside, you should schedule a maintenance appointment with an HVAC professional.

Equipment Monthly Maintenance Plan Cost Per Unit

MAINTENANCE PLAN INFORMATION
First Standard Equipment* Maintenance $9.99
Standard Maintenance (same visit) $8.25
Boiler Maintenance $10.99
Geothermal Maintenance $12.25
HRV Maintenance $3.99

*First Standard Equipment includes Oil, Gas, and Propane Furnaces; Air Conditioners; Hot Water Heaters; Heat Pumps; and Natural Gas or Propane Fireplaces.

Terms and Conditions for Maintenance Plans

Learn more about the terms and conditions related to the annual maintenance contracts we offer for furnaces, air conditioners, and other HVAC equipment that is still covered by your manufacturer’s warranty.

Service Plans: For Equipment Out Of Warranty

At Bryan’s Fuel, our service plans include annual maintenance and any emergency no-heat service labour and parts. Service plans are available for oil, gas, or propane furnaces, air conditioners, or combined furnace/air conditioners. We offer these service plans so that you can keep your service costs down. Just pay once a year, and all of your service and parts needs are covered!

Furnace Service Plan

Includes one annual furnace maintenance and any emergency no-heat-service labour. Plus, all applicable parts listed below.

Air Conditioner Service Plan

Includes one annual air conditioner maintenance and any emergency no-heat-service labour. Plus, all applicable parts listed below.

Furnace & Air Conditioner Service Plan

This is our most popular plan! Includes one annual furnace maintenance and one annual air conditioner maintenance. Plus, all applicable parts and labour are included.

Bryan’s Fuel Heating And Cooling Service Plan Options
Plan Description Price HST Total
Furnace Only Oil/Propane/Gas Furnace (parts & labour) $270.26 $35.13 $305.39
A/C Only A/C Only (parts & labour) $213.20 $27.72 $240.92
Furnace + A/C Oil/Propane/Gas Furnace AND A/C (parts & labour) $466.42 $60.03 $527.05

What’s Included in Your HVAC Service Plan

Dependable Service

Trained service technicians to deliver the friendly service you have come to expect when you need it most. At Bryan’s Fuel, we provide 24-hour emergency service, 7 days a week, 365 days a year. As a Service Plan customer, you receive preferential treatment.

Expert Inspections

Our professional service technicians will keep your equipment in top condition. Our annual inspections allow us to inspect, lubricate, adjust, and clean your heating and cooling equipment to keep it in peak operating condition.

Price Assurance

You know what it will cost to keep your equipment operating for the next year without any costly repair surprises. You also know the price can’t change between the effective dates of the Service Plan.

Flexibility

At Bryan’s Fuel we have a large, well-trained team of service technicians, a fleet of service trucks, and a well-stocked parts warehouse at the ready. We will be able to help you when you need it most.

Expertise

Should a problem exist with your heating or cooling system, we will tell you what is wrong and recommend ways to remedy it.

Parts and Labour

One annual furnace or A/C maintenance, and any emergency business hour labour or no-heat service labour. Plus, all applicable parts are listed below.

Replacement Parts As Listed Below

  • Oil Pump
  • Electrode Assembly
  • Nozzle & End Cone
  • Oil Filter
  • Air Filter (1” standard)
  • Transformer
  • Combustion Chamber
  • Primary Control
  • Fan Control
  • Draft Regulator
  • Fan & Motor
  • Oil Burner Motor & Fan
  • Belt
  • Vent Connector
  • Condenser Fan Motor
  • Fan Relay
  • Temperature Limit
  • Hi Pressure Limit
  • Air Filter (1” standard)
  • Low-Pressure Limit
  • Suction Filter
  • Compressor Relay
  • Fan Blade
  • Condenser Fan Housing
  • Evaporator Orifice
  • Expansion Valves
  • Thermocouple
  • Burners
  • Pressure Switch
  • Gas Valve
  • Air Filter (1” standard)
  • Ignition Control
  • Hot Surface Ignitor
  • Flame Sensor
  • DSI Ignitor
  • Fan Control
  • Limit Control
  • Fan & Motor
  • Power Pile
  • Belt
  • Ventor Assembly

Access Valves Maintenance Performed

  1. Check operation of thermostat or temperature control
  2. Check safety controls
  3. Lubricate fan motor & bearings
  4. Check blower operation (forced air)
  5. Check fan belt tension and alignment (forced air)
  6. Clean out flue passages
  7. Clean and adjust burners
  8. Clean pilot/ignition control sensors (gas/propane)
  9. Replace nozzle (oil)
  10. Visually check venting system
  11. Remove debris from chimney base or cleanout
  12. Check filter and instruct the customer on filter maintenance
  13. Remove vent and check furnace breach
  14. Check heat exchanger for cracks or holes
  15. Efficiency test & report
  1. Check operation of thermostat
  2. Check safety controls
  3. Check return air temperature
  4. Check supply air temperature
  5. Check cooling temperature
  6. Check current/voltage
  7. Clean condenser
  8. Check electrical connections
  9. Check subcooling
  10. Lubricate fan motor in furnace
  11. Check head pressure
  12. Check suction pressure
  13. Check for leaks
  14. Check & clean condensate lines
  15. Check outside ambient temperature
  16. Start rotor amps
  17. Close bypass dampers
  18. Mark air conditioner fuse/breaker
  • Thermocouple
  • Burners
  • Pressure Switch
  • Gas Valve
  • Air Filter (1” standard)
  • Ignition Control
  • Hot Surface Ignitor
  • Flame Sensor
  • DSI Ignitor
  • Fan Control
  • Limit Control
  • Fan & Motor
  • Power Pile
  • Belt
  • Ventor Assembly

Terms and Conditions for Service Plans

Learn more about the terms and conditions related to the annual service contracts we offer for furnaces and air conditioners outside of the manufacturer’s warranty.

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