COOLING

Stay Comfortable all Summer


Our team of expert technicians are ready to help you whenever you need it. They can preform service or repair on all makes and models of air conditioners, ductless mini-splits, and air-to-air heat pumps. From installation to service and repair, the experts at Winnipeg Home Services have you covered.

We will not only fix your cooling issue, reestablishing comfort in your home, but we will also leave it in the same condition as when we arrived. No dirty boots tracking mud, no hardware rolling around on your floors and absolutely no damage to your home.

We are experts when it comes to air conditioners, ductless mini-splits and heat pumps and have the knowledge to keep yours in good running condition for years to come.



Air Conditioning & Heat Pumps


Winnipeg Wally is an expert when it comes to Air Conditioner repair, service and installation.
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Ductless Heat Pumps


We service all brands of ductless heat pumps, and feature industry leading LG ductless mini-splits.
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Common Cooling Problems

  • Check the breaker to ensure it hasn't been tripped
  • Check to see if the air filter is blocked – this can cause the cooling coils to freeze
  • Change filter, Shut off your AC - Allow any ice on the evaporator coil or refrigerant lines to melt – and restart your system
  • If it happens again you will have to call for service


Mold and mildew can accumulate from condensation on the refrigerator coils. Clear any clogs from the drain pan.



Blocked vents, ductwork inefficiencies, air leaks near windows and doors can cause temperature imbalances.



Loose parts, broken isolation feet, refrigerant leaks, or a malfunctioning compressor are some causes for noise.



The fan may not be running, or is running too slow.



The evaporator coil may be frozen and liquid refrigerant is flowing to the outside unit through the refrigerant line.



  • Check the breaker to ensure it hasn't been tripped
  • Check your thermostat's fuse


Damper valves in the ducts that control airflow may be closed or there may be furniture blocking air vents.



This can be caused if the insulation under the floor of your home isn’t adequate enough to stop the underground air from meeting the conditioned air of your house.


Energy Bill Savings Tips

Ensure your heating system is warming your home at optimum levels when you want it. Here's how you can save:

  • Routine system inspections
  • Sealing of vents and duct work
  • Proper duct, window, vent and home insulation
  • Adjustment of gas pressure
  • Routine cleaning and servicing of HVAC motor, exchangers and coils
  • Implementation of zoning systems
  • Odd noises from heater/furnace
  • Maintaining a clean blower