Furnaces are available in a variety of fuel burning & style options. Click on a fuel burning option below to see our suppliers for examples and product information.

Goodman Gas Furnace
granby oil furnace
newmac oil furnace
Gas Furnaces (Natural & Propane)

Natural gas is the preferred gas to use for heating due to its environmental friendliness and cost effectiveness. However, it is limited to certain areas and is not always an option.  Propane delivers a clean, cost-effective, energy-efficient and reliable energy solution, as well.  Click here to see what we have to offer.

Oil Furnaces

Oil heat is an excellent, modern way to heat your home and provide ample domestic hot water. Today’s oil is a clean and economical form of home heating fuel. One of  the greatest advantages is onsite fuel storage. Oil is a versatile source of energy that can be used with various sorts of equipment and systems.  Click here to see what we have to offer.

Wood and Combination Furnaces

Wood is the oldest and most traditional source of heat. It can be used to heat the same way that oil or gas can, by furnace or boiler system. Many people prefer the heat generated from wood. Although there is a lot of work that comes with choosing wood, it is sometimes the most cost effective choice depending on availability and other options. Click here to see what we have to offer.

empire direct vent wall furnace
Direct Vent Wall Furnaces
zuba central

Zuba Central Furnaces

Made for Canada, Zuba-Central is the true evolution in whole-home, year-round comfort. Thanks to our efficient and exclusive Hyper-Heat Inverter (H2i) technology, Zuba-Central provides excellent heating performance in Canadian winters, even under extremely low outdoor temperatures at -30°C and beyond. From energy-saving features like VCSI technology to powerhouse performance features like our Hyper-Heat Inverter (H2i) technology, Zuba-Central is packed with so many advancements that we have no reservations in calling it the true evolution in whole-home, year-round comfort.  Click here for more information.