Consumer Reviews of Keeprite furnaces
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Date created: 2010-12-30
Name: Chris Philpott
Location: New Brunswick Canada
"Air Exchange Heat Pump"
I expected the service for my heatpump to more efficient. I've been trying to get my provider to service my unit and cannot get his technician out to inspect the problem.
Date created: 2010-12-24
Name: G. Munde
Location: Mississauga Ontario
I have this furnace installed two years back. The noise from the small motor starting the cycle is like a motor cycle engine in the night. I have 5 years parts and labor written warranty from the installer. I keep calling him and he does not show up. can any body tell me what should i do. If I could I would throw this unit out of my house without wasting a minute I can not sleep in the night it keeps waking me up.
Date created: 2010-12-12
Location: Mississauga, ON, canada
"High level noise"
I replaced my keep rite furnace and air condition unit in summers 2010. The problem I have is the noise. Since we replaced the unit the noise level in every room has increased that we can not sleep properly. It is a single step motor so the speed can not be changed. The person who installed never gave any receipt. Is there anything I can do to reduce noise. Please advise…
Date created: 2010-10-08
Name: Barry B
Location: Edmonton, Alberta, Canada
New home came with a Keeprite installed. In the 3rd month the furnace stopped. Called the sticker on the furnace and Keeprite gave number of the installer. 2:00 am and the tech called back and asked about the "heartbeat" in the view window. He said he would be right out. He was their inside of 30 min. The unit was running in 15. No charge. No callout charge of any kind. The tech said that was the Keeprite warranty. WOW. Temp outside was -35 deg f. We have had no issues since. 3 winters. (it gets cold here)
Date created: 2010-09-20
Name: Helmut Redermeier
Location: Penetanguishene, Ontario
"Stay away from KeepRite Furnace"
If you have money you want to get rid of buy a KeepRite Furnace . The Heat exchanger must be badly designed or poorly manufactured maybe both. Every time you have this furnace checked before winter there is a high chance Direct Energy will RED TAG the furnace.
Date created: 2010-08-18
Name: Dan Stefan
This is my fourth home. I never had issues like this before. The furnace is 7 years old. I replaced the board, PSwitch and ignitor. What else can go wrong?? I'm contemplating on replacing the furnace. I've been told by the service tech that Keeprites are known for their heat exchanger cracks and I should have it serviced annually!
Date created: 2010-08-16
Name: J D Harris
I found this web site while researching a replacement for my 7 year old Keeprite furnace. After five years (just beyond the warranty period) the condenser needed replacement, $750.00. Now the heat exchanger is cracked. It is a dog!
Date created: 2010-06-23
Name: Don P.
Years owned: 22
The unit was 11 years old when we purchased the house 11 years ago. We have not had any issues with this unit. It looks like the fan/limit control was changed before we bought the house. It was made in Brantford, Ontario, Canada but that factory has been closed. I would try another KeepRite.
Date created: 2010-05-01
Name: Gerry Breault
Years owned: 6
Blower motor noisy after 56 months of use.
Date created: 2010-04-27
Name: Don P.
Years owned: 11
"Good quality 21 years ago"
Our unit is 21 years old. We have lived in the house for the last 11 years. It looks like the previous owner may have changed the fan/limit control at some time. There is a Honeywell fan/limit manual with the unit. The ventor motor has started to make a noise near the end of this years heating season. If the fan/limit is the only thing changed in 21 years that speaks for it's self. They are no longer making the furnaces in the same factory as they were 21 years ago so I don't know what today's quality is like but I would try a new Keeprite.
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