We had two furnaces and some vents cleaned on Nov 16, 2020. They finished mid-afternoon. At supper time we noticed that the main furnace was not working and called the cleaning company. A man came out after supper to look and said that the inducer motor was seized, but that this had nothing to do with the cleaning. The sAme man came on Tuesday afternoon to replace the motor for another $800.
It is just too much coincidence that they didn’t cause the motor breakdown by, perhaps, hitting the furnace with the hose or something similar.
- Company Response
We do not have records of a client with your first name or last name ( Kavee )
A seized motor is indicative of age or not getting a regular tune-up on their furnace, our equipment cannot seize a motor. If you indeed hired Alberta Furnace Cleaning ( in Calgary ) we invite you to please call our manager in turn ( Sam ), to address your concerns. Again, a seized motor can not happen from our cleaning procedure.