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House Depot has been providing Condo HVAC services in Toronto and the Greater Toronto Area for more than 20 years. We repair and install all sorts of condo heating and air conditioning units for both low and high rise condo properties.
Our technicians are experienced and ready to help with any water source heat pump system, fan coil unit, MagicPak or PTAC.
If you are experiencing problems with your condominium HVAC system, contact us today to schedule a visit.
House Depot is providing HVAC and electrical services to the following areas:
We service North York, Vaughan, City of Toronto, Richmond Hill, Mississauga, Brampton, Newmarket, Etobicoke.
We service most major makes and models of condo fan coil, water source heat pumps, Magic-Pak all-in-one heating, condo air conditioners, ductless mini split air conditioners and heat pumps, ERV and HRV Ventilators, and thermostats.
Yes, we offer financing through Financeit for all HVAC systems including furnaces. You can purchase your new furnace with affordable monthly payments. Please check HVAC Financing for or contact us for more details.
Yes, we are fully licensed and insured. When you need it, we can provide a copy of our insurance.
Our highly specialized condo HVAC technicians diagnose, repair and replace following condominium heating and air conditioning systems.
Condos with fan coil units have a centralized chiller and boiler on a designated level that supplies chilled water and hot water to the fan coil located in your apartment via the piping system.
During the summer (cooling season), the condo management will run the chiller to deliver chilled water to condo units, and during the winter (heating season), the boiler will run to supply hot water for heating.
The cold or hot water will travel through the coil of your fan coil unit and with the aid of a blower fan, the cold air (in summer) and hot air (in winter) circulates inside your condo.
There are two sorts of fan coils available in the market, 2-pipe fan coils and 4-pipe fan coils.
Condo water source heat pumps are one the efficient solutions for heating and cooling condominiums. The way your condo water source heat pump is functioning is quite similar to the single-family heat pumps known as air source heat pumps. Water source heat pumps using centralized boilers and instead of chillers they use cooling towers.
Water source heat pumps, like all the other types of heat pumps, use refrigeration cycles to heat or cool your space.
During the summer, the cooling towers of your building supply condenser water to the heat pump located in your apartment for heat rejection. Your heat pump absorbs the heat from your space and rejects it to the condenser water in the pipes.
During the winter, your condo management will switch from chillers to boilers to supply hot water to your water source heat pump. Your heat pump then uses the refrigeration cycle to provide heating and keep your space warm.
It is quite inconvenient to have no heating in the freezing winter or no cooling in the hot summer days in Toronto. If you live in a condo, whether you have a fan coil or water source heat pump, there are some common reasons why your heating or cooling system is running but not heating or cooling.
Another frequent problem of condo fan coils and condo heat pump units are fan issues which are caused by malfunctioning blower motors, worn belts and lack of lubrication.
A component known as an actuator is used by either a condo fan coil or a water source heat pump. This device controls the opening and closing of valve(s) which allows water to flow through the fan coil or water source heat pump. If the actuator valve fails to work properly, it will disrupt the heating and cooling operations of the fan coil and water source heat pump, resulting in your system operating but not cooling or heating.
Another common reason causing the problem is a faulty thermostat. A faulty thermostat is not giving the accurate reading or causing miscommunication with the hvac system.
If you are experiencing a problem with your condo HVAC system and need help contact us anytime to organize a visit to solve the problem immediately and effectively.