Protect yourself and your family from the hot summers and cold winters with expert repair and installation services that keep all of your important home systems in working order. When your cooling, heating or air quality devices go on the fritz, know that professional, affordable and well-equipped technicians from Accuserv are only a short phone call away.
We’ve been offering our services to the Toronto area for more than 20 years, and we’ve developed a reputation for quality and fairness that we work very hard to protect. It’s important to us that our techs can carry our name with the same pride for the next 20 years, so we try to bring the same amount of quality that made us famous to every repair job.
Our office is located at the east end of Toronto on Danforth and Woodbine, Whether you’re just around the shop, down at the beaches, downtown, North York or all the way in the west bordering Mississauga— we’re your local HVAC specialists for heating, cooling and air quality needs.
- Emergency Service
- 24/7 Call Center
- TSSA Licensed Technicians
- Local Technicians
- Good Standing with BBB
Our techs can assist you with any of the appliances you see listed above. Thanks to the strong weather here, every year comes with many furnace, boiler and AC repairs. We make an effort to help our customers as quickly as possible, including same night service for furnace repairs on particularly cold nights. You can learn more about each of these services on their product page.
We are always happy to take questions by phone if you’d like to know if or how we can help. For all of these devices, we offer not only expert repairs, but also maintenance and installation. Old systems can be safely removed by our team, and replaced with new ones that give you all the comfort that modern technology has to offer.
The Accuserv Difference—How Our Techs Stand Apart
We take the hiring and training of our techs who will carry our name very seriously. Here are some of the ways we protect our reputation for quality by keeping our techs at the top of their game:
Learning doesn't stop once technicians leave school. Many companies throw their techs into the field without sufficient training and supervision. The results are misdiagnosed furnaces and higher repair bills. Our technicians are continually being trained on the latest and best practices in diagnosing and servicing furnaces.
When compared to the competition, our technicians on average stand out from the crowd with the following credentials:
-More knowledgeable about modern air conditioner, furnace and boiler technology.
-Proficient with the gas and others codes to help ensure your safety
-Carry more certifications
-Know how to operate more tools and use them to accurately diagnose and repair your system
-Attend more training classes
-Receive more one-on-one mentorship support
-Direct training with manufacturers allowing them to service almost all brands of furnaces.
-Proud winners of Homestars Winners Award 2015 and 2016 for exceptional service
-Proudly Nate Certified, a certification only given to those with high levels of heating and air conditioning expertise.
-Committed to Quality...Guaranteed
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