SaskWest Mechanical Ltd. installs Lennox furnaces and offers dependable repairs of all makes and models. We offer free furnace quotes, too. Below is a comprehensive list of the details of Lennox furnaces we have available for you to choose from. To request our services for your furnace work, be sure to let us know!
Dave Lennox Signature Collection SLP99V Variable Speed Gas Furnace
The quietest furnace you can buy – and one of the most efficient.
To compare the 3 different series of heating appliances SaskWest Mechanical Ltd. has to offer, click the link below to be directed to the Lennox International website.
Frequently Asked Questions
If you are looking for a furnace replacement, you should consider the following:
- Furnace efficiency
- Calculated furnace size
- Warranty details
- Brand name and model number of the quoted furnace
- Disposal of the existing furnace
- Thermostat included
- Blower fan motor size
- Direct current (DC) or alternating current (AC) blower fan motor
- Ductwork modifications
- Electrical work
- Modifications to the existing chimney
- Permits and inspections
- Modifications to the combustion air supply
- Sufficient air flow for central air conditioning
- Condensate pump
- Two-stage or Multi-stage burner
- Variable speed blower fan motor
If you are using a pleat filter, it should be changed every 2 to 3 months. If the furnace has a dust stop filter, the filter will need to be changed monthly.
If the filter is dirty, less air will move over the heat exchangers and will cause it to overheat. If this happens, the built-in safeties on the furnace will shut it down before it can do any damage to your home.
Lennox Industries stands behind their products and warranties. They have been in the furnace business for over 100 years, and lead the industry in technological advances while developing products that are more energy efficient and environmentally-friendly.
Preventative Maintenance is a program we offer to check and service your heating or cooling equipment to avoid any problems that may arise from the equipment not being kept in peak operating condition. For furnaces, this involves visual inspection of the chimney and heat exchanger, testing of the igniting equipment, testing of the controls, checking belts and filters, cleaning and oiling of the motors, and checking the blower operation. With air conditioning systems, it involves checking the furnace filter, blowing out the condenser, removing debris from the compressor, and checking the unit pressures.
As a general rule, we recommend 1 ton for every 400 to 600 square feet.
You should call SaskEnergy immediately. We recommend opening windows and doors to air out the house. If the smell is very strong, leave your house and wait for SaskEnergy to arrive.
A programmable thermostat is designed to change temperature settings at specified times and dates. Depending on the type and complexity of the thermostat, it can tell you everything from when your filter needs changing to the outdoor temperature. Not all programmable thermostats are compatible with all furnaces. By setting your temperature back for nights and unoccupied periods, you can save on the expense of heating your home more than necessary.