Got A Heating Or Cooling Glitch? Call Oorlich!

Oorlich Heating & Cooling provides Owen Sound and surrounding Grey Bruce sales, service, and installation of Natural Gas, Propane & Air Conditioning HVAC Appliances at a competitive rate. When you work with Oorlich, you are dealing with the owner/operator of the company, not just a salesperson. The owner comes with 19 years of HVAC experience. From inquiry to installation you are dealing with someone who understands your needs and is knowledgeable in manufacturer specifications and provincial codes.

Got A Glitch? Call Oorlich!

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Oorlich Heating & Cooling provides sales, service, and installation of Natural Gas, Propane & Air Conditioning HVAC Appliances at a competitive rate. When you work with Oorlich, you are dealing with the owner/operator of the company, not just a salesperson. The owner comes with 19 years of HVAC experience. From inquiry to installation you are dealing with someone who understands your needs and is knowledgeable in manufacturer specifications and provincial codes.

Serving Owen Sound & Surrounding Areas

Oorlich sells, installs and services all HVAC Appliances. Contact us today to get the help you need.

  • Free assessments, Pre-Inspections & estimates on all new equipment

  • After Sales Support & Maintenance

  • Service for most brands of HVAC Equipment

  • 100% Satisfaction Guaranteed

  • Red Tag or warning tag Removal? Compliance issue? Been Tagged?

    Don't fret we at Oorlich know our stuff, we can advise you & offer solutions - fast & effective

Our Services

  • Air Conditioning

    Don't Melt! We'll keep you cool during the summer months. At Oorlich, we know that when it comes to Air Conditioning, you need a system that keeps your family cool & comfortable no matter what, without costing you an arm and a leg when the energy bill arrives. We offer complete installation & service, along with a 100% satisfaction guarantee!

  • Ductless systems - Ductless AC or Heat Pump

    No Duct Work No Problem! The ideal solution if your home doesn't have an existing duct system. Ductless are simple, small wall-mounted units that quietly maintain your comfort during the winter & summer months. Heat Pumps offer cooling in the summer & heating in the winter months.

  • Furnaces

    Stay comfortable this winter with Worry-Free Heating. Get a high-quality, energy-efficient Furnace. At Oorlich, we can help keep your family warm & safe all winter long.

  • Home Furnace Efficiency Ratings

    Furnaces are rated by their Annual Fuel Utilization Efficiency (AFUE) which is a standardized thermal efficiency measure of combustion equipment like furnaces, boilers, and water heaters. The AFUE rating of a furnace attempts to represent the actual, season-long, average efficiency of the furnace and tells you how well the furnace converts fuel into heat. For example, a 90% AFUE for a gas furnace means it outputs 90 BTU's of useful heating for every 100 BTUs of natural gas input. A high AFUE means higher efficiency.

    Average furnaces typically have ratings of about 78% - Whereas high-efficiency furnaces must have a rating of 90% or more.

  • Fireplaces

    We are experts in Natural Gas or Propane fireplace installation! We can support you through the entire process of purchasing and installing your new fireplace or help you to repair your current unit.

  • Water Heaters

    Whether you're looking to purchase a new unit or just need your current water heater checked out, we'll be happy to help!

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Frequently Asked Questions

While a high-efficiency furnace may be more expensive initially, it will save you money in the long run by reducing the amount of power and fuel used.
 
Your savings will show up immediately in your fuel bill.

No, your Gas Furnace will not work in a power outage. In order for this to work you need to have a backup panel made for a generator that has to be used outside, or a Generac Generator backup system with a transfer switch. This is why is good to have a backup source of heat like a fireplace.

Yes, your Fireplace will work in a Power Outage. Some units that don't have a standing pilot will need the backup batteries installed after the power failure to ignite your pilot and start the fireplace. You won't have use of a fan if you have added that option. But the radiant heat will work just fine to heat and keep you warm.

You should be in a habit of checking your Furnace Filter monthly, especially if you have animals. But remember getting your ductwork cleaned every 4-5 years is also important.

Your HVAC equipment should be checked yearly to ensure the safety of the equipment, making sure that if a problem is starting that you can catch it before it's a major problem and you have no heating or cooling.  Also, your equipment's manufacturer wants yearly inspections to keep your warranty.  
Check and change your Batteries yearly, I would suggest right at the start of a heating season.  If your heat isn't working always check your Batteries first.

The heating season can be a dangerous time of year, so make sure you have CO detectors Batteries but also the expiration date. Yes C0 detectors expire and to ensure your safety they should be replaced on or before the expiration date.

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