Your comfort is our goal
The residential heating and cooling industry however has not evolving. It's just becoming more expensive for Canadian homeowners.
You may find your contractor online instead of using the yellow pages, but you still need to make an appointment, have someone come to your house, sit through a presentation, let the person try to build rapport with you, find common ground, hit you with a price, then relentlessly try to close the deal offering discounts and incentives, wasting your time and pushing you to the point of exhaustion.
Well, those days are over.
We make HVAC affordable
It's not a slogan. It's a mindset.
After decades of experience, we’ve learned what everyday Canadian homeowners are really looking for, because we’re homeowners ourselves.
Good quality equipment, installation and service, at a price they can afford.
Online empowerment - Offline expertise
Homeowners have become used to making their decisions online.
We empower our customers to make an informed choice of what they want at the budget they can afford and pay the way they want to pay.
We will then work hand in hand with you to ensure the installation process will be seamless, with no surprises.
Thank you for considering AirToday.ca for your HVAC needs.
Memberships and Associations
We are proud to be associated with the following organizations
The Heating, Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Institute of Canada (HRAI)
is a national association that represents more than 1,300 heating, ventilation, air conditioning and refrigeration (HVACR) manufacturers, wholesalers and contractors and provides Canadians with the tools and information necessary to ensure their total indoor environment comfort.
The Better Business Bureau (BBB)
For more than 100 years, the Better Business Bureau has been helping people find businesses, brands, and charities they can trust. Millions of people turn to BBB each year to view BBB Business Profiles and Charity Reports all available for free on BBB.org. BBB Accredited Businesses support the mission and vision of BBB, and their dues and contributions allow BBB to offer its information and services to consumers at no charge. The Better Business Bureau is not affiliated with any governmental agency.
The Technical Standards and Safety Authority (TSSA)
is a not-for-profit, self-funded organization dedicated to enhancing public safety on behalf of the government of Ontario. TSSA’s Boilers and Pressure Vessels (BPV) Safety Program regulates all pressure-retaining components manufactured or used in Ontario to ensure boilers, pressure vessels and piping systems conform to the Technical Standards and Safety Act, applicable regulations, codes and standards. TSSA performs the required installation inspection for all boilers, pressure vessels and piping systems in Ontario.