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Whether you’re looking at a furnace repair job, inspection, or regular scheduled maintenance, Ken Scobie will make certain your home’s climate control system operates smoothly all year long for the perfect  temperature inside, no matter what the Canadian weather is outside.


Winter lake view looking out the front window of Scobie HeatingWinter lake view looking out the front window of Scobie Heating


Winter lake view looking out the front window of Scobie Heating


Oil Furnace Maintenance

According to most leading furnace manufacturers, it’s essential you maintain your system every year. Without an annual inspection and cleaning, small issues can grow to become serious (and seriously expensive) problems. Also, your furnace will be far less efficient, costing you more in fuel and electricity.

Don’t let a furnace issue ruin your comfort. Ken is an expertly trained TSSA certified technician who can spot a problem and can provide you with a comprehensive quote that includes high-quality parts.

Some of the benefits that can come from a Scobie Heating equipment tune-up for your furnace include:

  • Lower monthly hydro bills
  • Extended equipment life
  • Fewer repairs, breakdowns, and improved system reliability
  • Increased heating and/or cooling capacity
  • Peace of mind for you and your family

 With a wide array of high-quality furnace repair parts means he can fix and maintain most makes and models, no matter where you bought your furnace or who initially installed it.



Oil Furnace Cleaning

Did you know that your furnace needs a cleaning, tune-up, and inspection every year to run at its best?
Book yours today!


Oil Furnace Inspection

Let Scobie Heating carefully inspect your system to make sure it’s operating safely and efficiently. Ken Scobie is a TSSA Licenced Technician No. 1 who will ensure your furnace’s venting and heat exchange system are operating at peck efficiency and is safe in your home.


Here is a quick look at what you can do if your furnace stops working before you call the service man.

Steps to take when you oil furnace wont start: