All season comfort in your home depends on your HVAC System.  At Trusted Plumbing and Heating, selecting the system begins with a proper site inspection and assessment of your home.  Some people think this means buying the right size furnace for the size of your home.  The size of your home matters, but so does the direction it faces, how many windows and doors to you have, how old are they, what type of insulation is in your home, and countless other factors.  In fact, assessing your home isn't something just anybody can do.  We bring in a certified expert to do a heat loss calculation on your home, and ensure that in addition to sizing the heating or cooling appliances properly, we also install the right size air exchanger's and ensure adequate supply and return air ducts.  


We install furnaces and boilers (hydronic heat systems) for residential and commercial applications.  Our trained plumbers install properly sized systems to ensure warmth and comfort and highly efficient performance.   Your comfort extends to peace of mind as well, Our industry leading 10 year warranty covers parts and labour, ensuring your investment is protected.  

Air Conditioners

Central air conditioning is one of the most significant home improvements you can make in terms of comfort. On a hot, humid summer day, few amenities add to quality of life more than central air conditioning.  Air conditioning is also one of the most expensive improvements you’re likely to make, so it pays to do your homework and choose wisely.  At Trusted Plumbing and Heating, we perform a professional analysis of your home to ensure we select an efficient and properly sized air conditioner to ensure comfort and efficiency. We also offer a 10 year parts and labour warranty giving you peace of mind.


A heat recovery ventilator (HRV), sometimes called an air-to-air heat exchanger, is different than conventional vents and fans. With standard ventilation, air circulates through static, open vents or is expelled by fans, such as those used in bathrooms, kitchens, and attics. When room air escapes or is expelled, the energy that was used to heat or cool it is wasted.  An HRV can save 75 percent or more of that wasted energy. As it pushes out stale air, it pulls in fresh air, and—with little or no mixing of the two air streams—it transfers the heat or chill from the outgoing air to the incoming supply. The fresh air arrives preheated or precooled and, with some units, prehumidified or dehumidified.

When you hire Trusted Plumbing to install your HRV you get: