Whole Home Decontamination
COVID-19 (Coronavirus) preventative measures are now in place at CQHS, please contact us by phone or email for more information.

We are offering antibacterial fogging to disinfect your entire home.

Whole Home Furnace + Venting System fogging starting at $299 + GST.

Surfaces routinely touched by daily activities may play a role in the spread of micro-organisms. Fogging is a sterilization technique that uses a special machine to create a mist which eliminates all pathogens, even ones that cannot be reached by conventional cleaning.

  • Our all natural non-toxic disinfectant used in our fogging machines:

    • Safe on all surfaces, skin, clothing and children's toys

    • Kills over 99.99% of Bacteria including Virucidal, Bactericidal, Fungicidal, and Tuberculocidal spores (eg : HIV-1, Mold, Norovirus, Salmonella, Staphylococcus, etc)

    • Made from plant extracts containing Thyme oil and other germ killing essential oils

    • Suitable for use around children, pets, elderly, pregnant women, and chemically sensitive individuals

    No rinsing or wiping afterwards required

Limited Availabilities.

DIY Furnace Maintenance
Change your filter (make sure the arrow on the filter is pointing toward the furnace)
Besides giving your local HVAC technician a call for regular furnace maintenance, it is highly recommended that you change your furnace filter periodically. Checking your furnace filter every 30 days and waiting no longer than 90 days to clean or replace it will do wonders for your HVAC system. If you want to have cleaner indoor air, better airflow, and a more reliable and efficient furnace, learn how to change the filter.

Here are some quick instructions for changing your furnace filter:

● Find your furnace
● Turn off power to the furnace
● Find the removable filter panel door above, below, or on the side of the furnace, Remove the access panel and remove the dirty filter
● Determine the correct filter type and size (use the same size and brand as your dirty filter or ask your local HVAC technician)

Change your filter (make sure the arrow on the filter is pointing toward the furnace)

● Check and calibrate thermostat settings
● Inspect, test, and tighten electrical controls and connections
● Lubricate moving parts like motor and bearings
● Inspect gas connections and gas lines for leaks
● Check operation of safety controls
● Inspect, clean, and adjust pilot assembly as necessary, Clean heat exchanger and check for cracks
● Remove, clean, and adjust burners
● Secure loose panels, Check and adjust fan switch, Ensure unobstructed combustion air openings
● Inspect flue pipe and proper ventilation
● Adjust belts and pulleys if necessary
● Check proper voltage and amp draw
● Change or clean air filter

And More!

It's a fact: preventative heating maintenance is the only way to guarantee peak system performance. With annual cleanings and regular professional checkups, you'll extend the life of your equipment and better protect your HVAC investment. Over time, you'll avoid major repairs and replacements. Who doesn't want that?