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  • Gas-lines – Patio Heaters/BBQ/Cooktop/Fireplace/Outdoor & Indoor Fireplaces/Range/Unit Heaters

We service any make & model of equipment!

An energy-efficient furnace or air conditioner will help protect the environment and save you money. We supply and install Goodman’s complete line of energy-efficient furnaces and air conditioners.
You can expect top-quality service from the staff at Berg’s Plumbing and Heating. We’re proud to offer the finest heating, cooling and water heater replacements, with prompt and professional customer service. We take care of all the work. From removal of the old equipment to a clean professional installation, Berg’s Plumbing and Heating can take care of it all. Just give us a call at 306-244-4377.
Is it time to tune up your furnace?  Check out this article in the StarPhoenix, featuring Glen Kreger, on the importance of keeping your furnace well-maintained.
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ENERGY STAR Loan Program

SaskEnergy Network Member
As a SaskEnergy Network Member, we are pleased to partner with SaskEnergy and SaskPower to roll out a new and improved ENERGY STAR Loan Program. Effective July 1, 2016, customers will receive lower interest financing (OAC) for the purchase and installation on all qualifying ENERGY STAR certified natural gas furnaces and air conditioners. With interest rates as low as 2.0%, we are excited to provide natural gas furnaces and air conditioning units which benefit both our customers and Mother Nature. To find out if what you have qualifies, feel free to give us a call and our experts can assist you free of charge.
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Furnace Tips


  • Keep your furnace clean, lubricated and properly adjusted with annual maintenance. If your furnace is working at peak efficiency it will use less energy and cost less to operate.
  • Clean or replace the filter every 1-2 months - a dirty filter reduces the airflow and forces the furnace to run longer to heat your home.
  • Book a furnace tune up at Berg's
  • Consider purchasing a new ENERGY STAR® qualified furnace with a variable speed motor. An average home can save up to $530 in natural gas and electrical costs annually when upgrading from a standard 60% efficiency natural gas furnace to a 95% efficiency furnace with a high efficiency variable speed motor.

"No Furnace Heat" Troubleshooting Tips

Presented by Patty (Office Manager)

If you find yourself on a cold day with a furnace that refuses to blow warm air, or even worse, not blowing any air, give these steps a try. If all else fails give us a call and we’ll have a technician out in no time.
  1. Check the thermostat and ensure it is set properly. Set the thermostat to the heating position. Make sure that the batteries are fresh. Replace if unsure. Turn up the thermostat.

  2. Ensure that all vents are open in the rooms where you want the heat. Check and replace your furnace filter, dirty filters clog with dust and need regular changing for optimum operation. Change your filter monthly in the winter months, especially if you have pets. I change mine every month.

  3. Check the outside venting and ensure that it is clear from frost and/or snow. Take a wooden spoon and clear it out even if it looks clear. Sometimes frost will be hidden deeper inside the venting. It will not hurt anything if snow drops inside the venting.

  4. Reset the furnace. Turn the furnace on/off switch to off. Leave off for five minutes. Turn back on. This switch is usually found in the stairwell going down stairs or in the furnace room. It looks like a regular light switch.

  5. Make sure that the breaker is on.  


  • Lower your thermostat by 4 - 5 degrees Celsius (7 - 9 degrees Fahrenheit) while you're sleeping at night and when no one is at home.
  • Install a programmable thermostat. You can save 2% on your heating bill for every 1 degree C you turn down your thermostat. With a programmable thermostat to consistently lower your heat when you don’t need it, you could save up to $60 a year!

Money Saving Tips

Sometimes saving time and money can be as easy as following these simple tips:
  • Ensure your filter is clean. Filters should be checked every couple of months and changed at least twice per year, more often if you have pets or if your air seems particularly dusty. For optimal filtering, buy a good quality disposable filter.
  • Ensure the breaker is in the “On” position.
  • Ensure the power switch (usually located in the stairwell or joist above the furnace) is in the “On” position.
  • Check that the thermostat is set for the appropriate heating/cooling stage.
  • Do not wait until your house is hot to turn on the air conditioner; it will take more time and power as it tries to catch up. Also, pull your blinds down to keep the radiant heat out.
  • Furnaces and Air Conditioner’s should be serviced annually.
  • Burning candles in your home can cause candle “sooting.” Less expensive candles with fragrances are more likely to produce soot, necessitating more frequent furnace filter changes.
  • Have your furnace or air conditoner’s make, model, and serial number available when you call for service.
When all else fails, call the experts at Berg’s Plumbing & Heating!

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