With our home automation services in Red Deer, you can know what is going on at your home.
From faucet repairs to full kitchen and bathroom renovations, we have the experience to get it done right.
We at Service Plumbing & Heating are dedicated to providing affordable plumbing services in Red Deer. All our technicians are knowledgeable and well trained to provide our residential and commercial clients with a safe, comfortable experience. We pride ourselves on our integrity and honest communication to our clients. Whether you need a repair or replacement, our professionals offer complete plumbing, heating, and air conditioning solutions to get your problem solved promptly.
As a service-oriented business, our primary focus is on fixing, repairing, reinstalling, and replacing your plumbing and HVAC systems. Our certified gasfitters and plumbers can also help you with new installations, but we don’t focus on new builds as much. We aim at keeping you and your family safe and healthy while maintaining and preserving the efficiency and quality of your home. You can also count on us for home automation and mobile home services. We can get the job done right beyond your expectations and at competitive prices.
At Your Service – 24/7 Emergency Services
Established in 1979 by the Jardine family, Service Plumbing & Heating is available round-the-clock to help you with all your emergency service needs. As a locally owned and family-operated business, we are proud of the personal approach we take to customer service.
Our clients are part of our community, and we strive to provide repair, maintenance, and renovation services in a timely, respectful, and courteous manner.
Having helped residential and commercial clients in Red Deer for over 40 years, we have the knowledge and experience to service all makes and models of plumbing and heating equipment. Our services include:
Toilet and drain auguring
Kitchen and bathroom, sink and faucet repairs and installations
Furnace replacement and repairs
Air conditioning replacement and repairs
Water heater replacement and repairs
We’re in the Business of Customer Satisfaction
To fix your plumbing and heating issues quickly and promptly, call us now. We’re easy to talk to over the phone and schedule an appointment. Our friendly staff is very caring to the seniors and ready to help find long-lasting solutions.
Promotions and Special Offers
10% of parts for seniors
Free quotes on projects over $1000
Excellent and On-time Services
“-40 outside, the furnace is not working - Who are you going to call? Service Plumbing is highly recommended.
With the excellent and knowledgeable customer service from the 1st phone call to the final payment - all the stops were pulled out in order to find and fix the problem. They were professional, efficient and reliable. The service technician was very knowledgeable and was able to sort it out for me. Thank you to all.”
- Sue D.
Frequently Asked Questions
How often should I change my furnace filter?
We recommend changing your furnace filter minimum every 3 months. If you have animals or live on a gravel road; it is recommended to check your filter and change it every 1-2 months as needed.
What kind of furnace filter should I use?
Pleated or Non-Pleated; both have benefits. Pleated will definitely give you better air quality, however, they are more expensive and there is a risk that the motor will fail prematurely due to the extra work to push through that filter. Non-Pleated is easier on your furnace to run, and push air through the filter easier. They are also economically priced at less than $5.00 (CAD) per filter.
I smell gas, what should I do?
Call your local gas provider and isolate gas if it is safe to do so. You can also vacate the building until help arrives.
I can hear water running, what should I do?
Turn off all appliances that are using water if there are any and turn off your main water valve. Then call a professional to inspect your plumbing to source and repair the leak. If you cannot turn off your main water valve, you will need to contact your
municipality’s environmental services to turn the water off at the curb.
My furnace won’t turn on, what do I do?
First, check your thermostat to make sure the settings are correct; sometimes a schedule can interrupt a call for heat. Second, check to see if your thermostat has batteries; if it does, replace the batteries with brand new batteries. Third, if it is winter, make sure your exhaust pipes for the furnace are free and clear of all snow and ice. Fourth, call a professional to come and inspect your furnace.
My sewer is backing up, what do I do?
Stop using water in the house, and turn off any appliances that are using water like your washing machine and dishwasher. Turn off water at the main valve if it is safe and accessible. Call a professional to come and inspect your sewer. More often than not, the mainline needs to be augured.
My kids dropped my car keys down the toilet, can you get them?
We can definitely try our best! If they got caught in the toilet, you will get your car keys back. We will drain and remove your toilet and attempt to retrieve them from either the toilet or the line however there is never a guarantee.
I can’t get through a shower without running out of hot water, what’s the problem?
There are a few factors than can associate with this and it could be as easy and checking the setting on the gas controller on your water heater. Your water heater could also need a new dip tube. Either way, it is best to call a professional Plumber in to fix the problem the right way!
My water heater needs a repair but it is 9 years old, what should I do?
This is a tricky one but it is ultimately up to the homeowner. When a tank has reached the 8-12 year mark and we start to see components on this tank breaking down, often times the homeowner will pay the price of a new tank just in repair parts - not including the labour associated either! If this happens to you, it would be a smart idea to consider replacing the tank so that the repairs are not nickel and diming you.
The reason why we see water heaters that need to be replaced so early is quality of water (i.e., you will see a longer lifespan if you have a water softener installed) and use of the tank. A tank that is being overfired and used frequently will cause sediment and calcium to build up faster and wear on the components faster as well. If you have a 40-Gallon tank in your home but you are a family of 6 who uses the dishwasher, laundry, and tub/shower daily - it might not be a bad idea to consider going up a size or two!
What is a “smart home”?
A smart home is a home that has different accessories installed to make living easier and/or more accessible. Imagine being able to turn your water off from your phone while sipping a margarita from the beach? Technology has made it so these types of visions are a reality!