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We Service All Brands and Models of HVAC Equipment

Cozy Comfort Plus Heating & Air Conditioning specializes in installation, maintenance and repair of heating, cooling and indoor air quality systems for both residential and commercial customers. We have extensive industry experience and the knowledge required to service or repair any HVAC system.

Do not hesitate to contact us for:

– New System Installation
– Service and Repair
– Maintenance Programs
– 24/7 Emergency Service
– Residential & Commercial Systems

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Our Locations:

Central Office and Showroom:
1170 Sheppard Ave. West, Unit #48
Toronto, Ontario
M3K 2A3

Tel: 416.780.9760
Fax: 416.780.9761


 

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24/7 Emergency Service

24/7 Emergency Service

Posted by CozyComfortPlus on Feb 13, 2013

Day or Night, Rain or Shine… Call us in case of emergencies and our team of expert technicians will provide you prompt and efficient assistance and resolution to any unforeseen circumstances regarding your home comfort systems. Call us NOW if you have an emergency:...

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Ductless Split Systems

Ductless Split Systems

Posted by CozyComfortPlus on Jul 8, 2017

Understanding the Ductless Advantage Ductless Split systems – sometimes referred to as “mini splits” are one of the best ways to keep your home at a comfortable temperature year round. As the name suggests, the most evident advantage when it comes to ductless split systems is that they do not require ducts (air vents) to be in place before they are installed. We live in a city where many of the houses were built before modern forced-air central cooling and heating systems became ubiquitous. In these circumstances, as well as with many modern homes, a ductless split system is simply the best solution to implement central or localized cooling. As the previous diagram illustrates, a ductless split system is composed of outdoor and indoor units that are linked by refrigerant lines. The lines are basically hoses that carry fluids instead of cold (or hot) air and as such they are easier to conceal and take up much less space than ductwork. It is called a ductless split because the indoor units and outdoor units can be quite far from each other. In a very simplified way, you can compare a ductless split system to a window air conditioner unit if you think of the bit of the AC that sticks out of your window onto the outside of your home as equivalent to the outside unit of a ductless split; similarly, the inside unit is like the part of the AC that actually blows the cold air into your room. Clearly, having those two units separate allows for much more flexibility when it comes to designing your living spaces – every...

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Introducing Nest

Introducing Nest

Posted by CozyComfortPlus on Jul 8, 2017

A revolutionary thermostat that learns from your usage and programs itself to save you money   But the advantages of the Nest do not end there. When you look at the intrinsic beauty of the device, it comes as no surprise that the man who came up with it was the same man who led the iPod and iPhone division at Apple. The exquisite design, extensive features and breakthrough ease of use have garnered the Nest A+ reviews from technology blogs to finance newspapers. For years people had just been putting up with thermostats that offered little functionality, were just plain ugly and were too complicated to use but that no longer has to be the case thanks to Nest. Check our nest product section or give us a call now for more...

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Furnace Types

Furnace Types

Posted by CozyComfortPlus on Jul 8, 2017

Single-stage, two-stage, modulating furnaces, and what it all means to you When looking to replace your old furnace for a brand new one, nowadays you are faced with a multitude of choices that can be overwhelming. All the big brand furnace manufacturers offer a range of single-stage, two-stage and modulating (or variable) furnaces with varying efficiency ratings and so on but the most important thing to consider is that most manufacturers offer comparable models with similar features, regardless of whether they are single-, two-stage or modulating furnaces. The above graph is an oversimplification of the main concept of the difference between the three kinds of furnaces and it is usually what most people hear when talking to an expert or salesman. It is not wrong but it is not the full picture either. The graph shows a marked difference in temperature swings between single- and two-stage furnaces but as with most things, it is relative. Single-stage furnaces This is the most basic and widespread type of furnace you can buy and it is the type of furnace that most people are familiar with. They are called single-stage because they work like a simple on/off switch. When the temperature goes below the desired temperature on the thermostat, the furnace turns itself on full blast until the temperature goes above the desired point and then the cycle repeats itself. This is what generates the temperature swings. Two-stage furnaces If a single-stage furnace is like an simple on/off switch, one can think of a two-stage furnace as working in the same way as those small desk-top fans that only have three speeds: 0, 1,...

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Information and company affiliations

Cozy Comfort Plus is one of Ontario’s leading HVAC Contractors

Known within the industry for our innovative solutions, integrity and future-oriented management. Customers value their relationship with Cozy Comfort Plus because of our long-term stability, integrity and honesty as well as our ongoing quest to continuously improve the customer satisfaction experience.

To support our commitments to quality, innovation and excellence our organization is currently undergoing the process of IS09001 certification. Our company is insured, bonded and – as importantly – a committed member of the:

  • Technical Standards and Safety Authority (TSSA)
  • Ontario Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Contractors Association (ORAC)
  • Heating, Refrigeration and Air conditioning Institute (HRAI)
  • Workplace Safety and Insurance Board (WSIB).
  • Toronto Better Business Bureau (BBB), and
  • Electrical Safety Authority’s (ESA) Authorized Contractor Program for Electrical Safety (ACP)

Cozy Comfort Plus is continually growing to serve our clients better and we serve key markets throughout the Golden Horseshoe.

     

We are also a proud supporter of the SickKids foundation

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