At Trust Home Services, we provide a wide range of heating, cooling, water treatment and air purification systems. Our strong relationship with leading industry manufacturers has allowed us to supply premium quality products. We encourage you to browse through our products section and hope you find exactly what you’re looking for.
We offer a wide range of energy efficient heating systems and water heaters that will keep you warm all winter long.
Our air conditioners are exceptionally efficient, economical, and effective at keeping your home at a comfortable, cool level during our increasingly hot summers.
We offer high quality water purification systems to give you and your family, on-demand access to purified water.
WHY CHOOSE US
We guarantee same day service and installation on all of our products. Customer service is important to us proving why our company comes second to none.
Our partnership with leading industry manufacturers allows us to install the most reliable, highly-efficient and environmentally friendly equipment.
From the beginning of your assessment, to the end of your installation, our highly qualified staff and technicians are committed to providing you with the best experience.
From the moment we greet our customers to the moment our technicians arrive and thereafter, our mission is to provide the highest quality of home service possible by: offering professional advice, supplying premium products, providing affordable rates and reducing environmental impact.
It’s that time of year when furnaces get a lot of use. And you may be thinking about a replacement or perhaps getting one more year out of the old one. That delay may cost you a lot of money.
Ontario announced a $100-million program Thursday to help homeowners upgrade their furnaces, water heaters and insulation, but did not provide a start date, eligibility rules or rebate amounts.
Continued increases to the cost of electricity threaten to undermine the long-term competitiveness of Ontario’s economy, warns BMO’s chief economist Doug Porter.
The federal government will toughen regulations on a greater number of household and commercial products to require them to be more energy efficient by 2020, Natural Resources Minister Jim Carr announced ahead of Monday’s G7 energy ministers meeting in Japan.
Recent Blogs Post
Okay, so you know that your old heating and cooling equipment is lousy for the environment. But do you know just how bad it really is? To give you an idea: your old-fashioned hot water tank alone – all by itself – produces about half the carbon emissions of the average car!…
Winter is upon us, and with a new fall chill in the air, it’s also the perfect time to start saving energy at home. But how to do it? Considering that space heating is typically the largest energy expense in American households, making up nearly 45% of residential energy bills…
We know how tough it can be finding trustworthy, professional technicians under such short notice, but rest assured, you’re in good hands and we’re glad you made it!At Trust Home Services we offer professional HVAC repairs at an unbeatable price…
We’ve designed the above illustration to give you an idea of how much it might cost to replace your gas furnace. Compare it with the size of your home for a general idea. Keep in mind this doesn’t take into consideration the cost of installation.
How we transform homes
Canada’s carbon emissions reduction target by 2030 :
Average household gas savings with a tankless water heater :
Average household utility savings with a high-efficiency AC :
Average household gas savings with a high-efficiency furnace :