Airflow, circulation and ventilation are crucial to health & comfort and aren't to be overlooked in a well designed building.
Repair & Maintenance
HVAC is not a side line for us. We service, repair, and replace all makes, models, and types of HVAC equipment. From your home bath fans to heat recovery ventilators (HRV) and energy recovery ventilators (ERV), commercial air handlers to rooftop units, we do it all.
We ensure you receive the most efficient workmanship, maintenance & repairs, minimizing costs and getting your system back up and operating as quickly as possible. We service Air Conditioners, Heat Pumps, Conventional Heat Pumps, Gas and Electric Forced Air Furnaces & Packaged Units, and Indoor Air Quality
Replacement & Installation
When it is time for replacement, our experienced local installation crew will exceed your expectations with the highest quality craftsmanship. We use brand-name, efficient products, and long-lasting materials. From small to large jobs—whether it is a simple replacement or new construction—we have the resources to get it done right.
Mr. Plumber can audit your systems and show you ways to save money on your utility bills. From installing energy-efficient night set back systems to full building management systems, we will find ways to put the money back in your pocket.
High-efficiency air filters are a cost-effective way to help improve indoor air quality, which may be beneficial to family members sensitive to allergens and other particles in the air. Air filters also help keep your furnace’s coils and heat exchangers clean, which may prolong furnace life and keep it running efficiently.
Tip: Replace your HVAC filters four to six times a year for cleaner air and a healthier HVAC system.
Heat Recovery Ventilators
If you aren't familiar with HRVs, they are simple devices that keep heat in while moving stale air out. Heat recovery systems typically recover about 60–95% of the heat in exhaust air and significantly improve the energy efficiency of buildings. This is especilly useful in our cold Saskatchewan winters. What does that mean for you? Cleaner, fresher air indoors and lower energy bills!
HVAC stands for heating, ventilation & air conditioning and is the technology of indoor environmental comfort. Its goal is to provide thermal comfort and improve indoor air quality. Depending on outdoor conditions, air is drawn into buildings and heated or cooled before it is distributed within. It is then exhausted back outside or reused in the system.
Heat & Energy
Heat recovery ventilators (HRV) and energy recovery ventilators (ERV) are air exchange systems that help to enhance indoor air quality and minimize heating costs. They retain existing heat and optimize the interior moisture content in the air. These mechanical systems use fans to maintain a balanced airflow into a house while exhausting stale indoor air.
ERV vs HRV:
ERV vs HRV:
What's The Difference?
The primary difference between the two is that an HRV transfers heat while an ERV transfers both heat and moisture. Both ventilation systems place the control of air quality and air exchange in the hands of the homeowner rather than relying on inherent, often inadequate, leaks in the home to provide necessary ventilation.